In the past few years, Hattie Shand’s sporting career has gone from strength to strength. The SASI hockey graduate was selected in the 2022 Hockeyroos squad after being part of the Jillaroos and will head overseas next month to play in the Pro League Series.
The annual South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Awards were held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday night, honouring the best in South Australian sport and SASI’s 40th anniversary.
The Kookaburras have claimed a seventh-straight Commonwealth Games gold, while the Hockeyroos claim back-to-back silver.
Fifty-five South Australian athletes will don the green and gold in Birmingham when competition commences at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Let the Games begin… the 2022 Commonwealth Games get underway on Friday 29 July and our South Australian Sports Institute athletes are ready to be BOLD IN GOLD!
The Hockeyroos have won bronze at the FIH Women’s World Cup 2022 in Spain.
The skills and expertise of South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) staff have been recognised with the recent appointments of SASI staff to national roles.
SASI rising star Hattie Shand has scored the biggest achievement in her career to date, securing her spot in the 2022 National Women’s Hockeyroos Squad.
While the Australian Men’s Hockey Team were unable to leave the Tokyo Olympics with a gold medal, they had a commendable tournament which resulted in silver.
Two of the South Australian Sports Institute’s (SASI’s) up-and-coming athletes are knocking on the door of the Hockeyroos after being selected for the 2021 National Women’s Development Squad (NDS).