Category: Hockey

Pupils from St Andrew’s School for Girls selected to participate in Netherlands hockey tour

Emma Paget and Jenna-Lee Lange, grade 9 pupils from St Andrew’s School for Girls have been selected to participate in the Golden Sticks hockey tour to the Netherlands from 29 September to 9 October 2017. The main objective of the tour is to provide hockey girls between u/14 and u/15 in the Gauteng area with a multi-faceted hockey experience to accelerate their hockey skills and performance for the future. The girls will be based in Amsterdam where they will watch international hockey matches, train with professional hockey players/coaches, and practice with their touring accompanying coach and also play against...

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St Andrew’s – Grade 12 Cultural Awards

St Andrew’s School for Girls in Bedfordview, hosted the Senior School Winter Sports Awards and Grade 12 Cultural Awards. Half Colours are awarded to a Grade 9 who has achieved at a full colours standard, and to senior girls who have consistently performed for the school team and achieved the required distances and times that are representative of a district or provincial level. Half Colours for hockey are awarded to Stefania Aldrighetti, Stacey Burrowes, Jenna-Lee Lange and Emma Paget (photo on top) Full Colours is awarded to senior girls who have consistently performed for the school team and have...

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Hockey Tropies for 2017 – St Andrew’s School for Girls

The recipients of trophies for the Hockey 2017 season at St Andrew’s School for Girls, Bedfordview, are as follows: Michelle Tregoning Trophy for Hockey Player of the Year – Danielle Quinn Cindi Tregoning Trophy for Sportsmanship – Stacey Burrows Lume Gouws Captain’s Award –  Stefania Aldrighetti & Fae-Siri Keighley Progress Trophy – Emma Paget Most Promising u15 – Jenna-Lee Lange Most Promising goalkeeper – Deandra van der Bank Most Improved u14 – Khensani Rivombo McNulty Trophy for most dedicated hockey player – Erin...

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