DAY two of the Premier Hockey League (PHL) was a day of movement on the log, a couple of firsts and a little redemption for some. With all teams having played at least a game at the end of the first weekend of the tournament, the Blyde River Bunters emerged as the only unbeaten team
SOUTH African hockey took its first step to a sustainable future with a competitive, not to mention entertaining, day’s play in the inaugural Premier Hockey League (PHL) at the Randburg Astro yesterday(Sat). The PHL, SA’s first franchise-based tournament (12 franchises, six men’s and six women’s put together by draft system), is — with help from
Competition may be fierce on the field at the Premier Hockey League (PHL), but the spirit of the game has shone through on the opening day of the Premier Hockey League at the Randburg Astro as the other 10 teams have all decided to donate 50% of their player of the match prizemoney to
There will be various parking spaces available at the Randburg Astro for the inaugural PHL from Saturday 3rd to Sunday 25th September 2016. For ease of reference, the parking plan is pictured here.
The Premier Hockey League (PHL) has been hailed as one of the most exciting developments in the history of the local game and the feeling of excitement amongst the couple hundred players who arrived in Johannesburg ahead of the tournament launch on Saturday was obvious. Thanks to the considerable financial support of the Department of