Belgotex Sport Easter Hockey Tournament – An epic finale for an epic event

Belgotex Sport Easter Hockey Tournament – An epic finale for an epic event

27 Mar

30 Mar

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Belgotex Sport Easter Hockey Tournament – An epic finale for an epic event

In the epic arena of the Belgotex Sports Easter Hockey Tournament, where players and coaches alike clashed amidst the roaring crowd, a legendary saga unfolded. Picture this: a wild showdown that kicked off with a whopping forty teams, each bringing their A-game and dreams of glory. But now? Now, we're down to the wire, with just two squads left standing, ready to duke it out in the ultimate showdown.

From the hype of the opening ceremony to the intense battles that followed, these teams have been through the wringer. They've faced off against all kinds of opponents, showing off their skills and proving they've got what it takes to hang with the best.

As the dust settles and the tension mounts, it's like the calm before the storm. The energy in the air is electric, pulsing with excitement as we gear up for the final showdown. This is the moment we've all been waiting for, where legends are born, and history is made.

The Girls Competitors

Somerset College

Led by top goal scorer Julia Brown, whose 8 goals have propelled them through the tournament. Their quarter final match up against Outeniqua saw Lara Gouws and Julia Brown (2) score the goals in a comfortable 3-0 win setting up a classic with the defending champions Monument in the Semi-Final. They conceded for the first time in the tournament but thanks to Annabelle Hamel and Leila Holtzhausen they secured a spot in the final where they will meet Middelburg!


An incredibly tough quarter-final saw both Middelburg and Woodridge fail to score, and the match went to a shootout. Middelburg were able to defeat the 2023 runners up 3-1 and set up a surprise semi-final against Rustenburg. Lume Smit scored her 11th and 12th goals of the tournament while Imke Grobbelaar added the gloss to the score line to make it 3-0 and secure a shot at the gold medal.

In the Plate Final its Hudson Park vs Fairmont, the Shield final sees Stirling take on Kingswood, the Bowl Final is a face-off between Pro-Ed Akademie and La Rochelle while the Super Bowl Final sees Hermanus take on Belville.

The Boys Competitors

Paarl Gimnasium

The defending champions have played like exactly that throughout the group stages and were strongly favoured but met a massive road block in the quarter finals when they took on Somerset College. John Coetzee cancelled out Michael du Toit’s goal and the two teams couldn’t be separated. It was the defending champions who triumphed 3-1 in the shootout to progress to the Semi-Final. There it was a straight forward hammering of Private School Swakopmund winning 9-1 with LD Nel getting three and John Coetzee and Juan Swanepoel both getting a double to set up a possible repeat for the defending champions.

Worcester Gymnasium

After a 100% group stage Worcester took on York in the quarter final. Joshua Coetzee and Christiaan Joubert both got on the scoresheet while a superb defensive performance stopped York form scoring and secured a top 4 place for Worcester. They did not want to settle for that, and a thrilling semi-final was drawn 1-1 with Stellenberg with Joshua Coetzee scoring the goal. The shootout was equally thrilling with Worcester triumphing 4-3 and earning a spot in the Final.

In the boys Plate final its Kingswood vs Durbanville, the Super Bowl sees Middelburg take one Northcliff, the Bowl Final is a battle between Hoerskool Punt and Strand while the Shield will be contested by Hermanus and DF Malan

So, grab your snacks, settle in, and get ready to witness some serious gaming drama. Because tonight, my friends, it's game on. Welcome to the epic finale of the tournament, where it's all or nothing, and anything can happen. Live on Supersport Schools. Let's do this.

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