Photos by Marcel Sigg The first weekend of the Premier Hockey League didn’t quite go according to plan for Cheslyn Gie, but the Kilimanjaro Addo Elephants coach is confident things will get back on track in the next round of matches this coming Saturday. Last year’s finalists went down 4-0 in their opening match against 

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Today a year ago, Ricky West was getting married to the love of his life. This year he was slotting in a pair of goals to lead his Maropeng Cavemen side to a 3-2 victory over the Addo Elephants on the second day of the Premier Hockey League in Johannesburg.   And his wife, Coral, 

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Photo by Marcel Sigg A good dose of sibling rivalry was just the thing to inspire Amkelwe Letuka to his first ever goal for the Drakensberg Dragons as the Premier Hockey League kicked off in a rain-soaked Johannesburg today. Playing against his twin brother, Onke, Letuka’s was the second of four goals that his side 

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Photo by: Robert Swanepoel   With the Premier Hockey League (PHL) now just three days away, former captain of the national men’s team, Austin Smith, is relishing the opportunity to play in the competition for the first time. Smith missed out on the 2016 PHL because of club commitments in the Netherlands, but timing has 

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  The men’s defending champions may already have the edge on some of the other teams heading into the Premier Hockey League in just 10 days’ time. With 13 of their players all based in Gauteng, the Maropeng Cavemen have managed to have a few training sessions together ahead of the tournament which kicks off 

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