Three South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) athletes are among an outstanding group who will receive scholarships as part of this year’s Sport Australia Hall of Fame (SAHOF) Scholarship & Mentoring Program.
The South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) wishes to congratulate Gabi Nance on an outstanding hockey career, following today’s announcement she’ll be retiring from playing the sport at an international level.
Australia's promising young female hockey players, including three from the SA Sports Institute, enjoyed a taste of international competition against Japan recently - finishing the series unbeaten.
Australia's best players were recognised at the Hockey Australia awards night with South Australian star Jane Claxton a joint winner of the Hockeyroos Player of the Year with Kaitlin Nobbs
Gabi Nance's hard work and commitment have paid dividends with her selection in the Hockeyroos 2020 squad - a chance at making the Tokyo Olympic Games very much alive
The Hockeyroos can book their tickets to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after beating Russia in an Olympic qualifier in Perth
Outstanding SASI athletes Hattie Shand and Emma de Broughe have been rewarded for their rapid development in hockey by winning selection in Australia's under-21 team for a tri-series against New Zealand and India in December
Champion South Australian and SASI athlete Alex Haydon is hoping to end her junior national career on a high by winning her seventh national crown at the Australian Junior Squash Championships in Tasmania between September 28 and October 5
A testing hockey series in Brisbane recently was just what four SASI athletes appreciated when they lined up with the Australian National Training Centre squad which took on Japanese combo the Coca Cola Red Sparks.
He was a key figure in the Australian under-21 hockey team's success at the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia in 2017 and now SASI athlete Lachie Busiko is hoping for more success at the same event this October