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JONATHAN COOK

The South African men’s indoor hockey team has been named to face a strong PSi International All Stars line-up in the four-match Denbeys Indoor Series in Durban and Pietermaritzburg next month.

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Men: (See their Facebook page)
Day 1
Poland 8 RSA 3
RSA 0 Netherlands 5

Day 2
RSA 2 Russia 10
Canada 5 RSA 5

Day 3
Switzerland 4 RSA 1

Men's Pool A (completed)

1. Germany (15 points)

2. Austria (10 points)

3. Sweden (5 points)

4. Iran (4 points)

5. Czech Republic (4 points)

6. Australia (2 points)

Men's Pool B (completed)

1. Russia (13 points)

2. Netherlands (10 points)

3. Poland (9 points)

4. Switzerland (7 points)

5. Canada (1 point)

6. South Africa (1 point)

9 - 12 place Crossover Match
Czech Republic 4 RSA 2 (RSA will meet Canada in the 11th/12th place playoff)

Women:
(See their Facebook page)

Day 1
Netherlands 14 RSA 0
RSA 3 Czech Republic 5

Day 2
RSA 0 Belarus 11
Poland 5 RSA 1

Day 3
Kazakhstan 5 RSA 5

Women's Pool A (completed)

1. Germany (12 points)

2. Australia (12 points)

3. Austria (6 points)

4. Ukraine (4 points)

5. Canada (1 point)

6. Belgium (0 points)

Women's Pool B (completed)

1. Netherlands (12 points)

2. Czech Republic (9 points)

3. Poland (7 points)

4. Belarus (7 points)

5. South Africa (1 point)

6. Kazahkstan (1 point)

9 - 12 place Crossover Match
RSA 2 Belgium 2 (RSA win 3 - 1 on Shoot Out. RSA will meet Canada in the 9th/10th place playoff)

Men: (See their Facebook page)
Day 1
Poland 8 RSA 3
RSA 0 Netherlands 5

Day 2
RSA 2 Russia 10
Canada 5 RSA 5

Pool A:
(After four games each)
1. Germany (12 points)
2. Austria (9 points)
3. Iran (4 points)
4. Czech Republic (3 points)
5. Australia (2 points)
6. Sweden (2 points)

Pool B:
(After four games each)
1. Russia (10 points)
2. Netherlands (10 points)
3. Poland (6 points)
4. Switzerland (4 points)
5. Canada (1 point)
6. South Africa (1 point)

 

Women: (See their Facebook page)

Day 1
Netherlands 14 RSA 0
RSA 3 Czech Republic 5

Day 2
RSA 0 Belarus 11
Poland 5 RSA 1

Pool A:
(After four games each)
1. Germany (12 points)
2. Australia (12 points)
3. Austria (6 points)
4. Ukraine (4 points)
5. Canada (1 points)
6. Belgium (0 points)

Pool B:
(After four games each)
1. Netherlands (12 points)
2. Czech Republic (9 points)
3. Poland (7 points)
4. Belarus (7 point)
5. South Africa (0 points)
6. Kazahkstan (0 points)

 

Men: (See their Facebook page)
Poland 8 RSA 3
RSA 0 Netherlands 5

Pool A:
(After two games each)
1. Germany (6 points)
2. Austria (6 points)
3. Czech Republic (2 points)
4. Australia (1 point)
5. Sweden (1 point)
6. Iran (1 point)

Pool B:
(After two games each)
1. Netherlands (6 points)
2. Russia (6 points)
3. Poland (4 points)
4. Switzerland (1 point)
5. Canada (0 points)
6. South Africa (0 points)

Women: (See their Facebook page)
Netherlands 14 RSA 0
RSA 3 Czech Republic 5

GROUP A:
(After two games each)
1. Germany (6 points)
2. Australia (6 points)
3. Ukraine (3 points)
4. Austria (3 points)
5. Belgium (0 points)
6. Canada (0 points)

GROUP B:
(After two games each)
1. Netherlands (6 points)
2. Czech Republic (6 points)
3. Belarus (4 points)
4. Poland (1 point)
5. South Africa (0 points)
6. Kazahkstan (0 points)

Don't you just love hockey? Only they can run 2 full World Cup competitions involving 24 teams over a period of 5 days!