Franchise of The Year:
Cape Seals

But in 2008 they must have come close. Teams were gearing up for a national challenge of indoor hockey of the utmost quality, what they got was a national challenge of an excessive heat wave.

In an almost poetic manner though, the hockey on display at Paarl Gymnasium High School was a s hot as the weather. The inclusion of the Namibian franchise proved an astute decision aas their calculated approach led to the first ever non- South African champion in a National Tournament .

Their ability to rise above the heat, almost like a hawk was a standout from the tournament. The heat also intensified whenever the Seals and `Foxes were on the courts together, with the Foxes winning the battle (U17 Boys champs), but the Seals winning the war (Franchise of the Year)!


U15 Girls

Gold : Seals                    

Silver : Sharks                    

Bronze: Foxes      

U15 Boys

Gold: Seals                      

Silver: Hawks                     

Bronze: Scorpions   

U17 Girls

Gold: Hawks

Silver: Foxes

Bronze: Seals

U17 Boys

Gold: Foxes                          

Silver: Seals                    

Bronze: Hawks    

U15 Girls section

Player of the Tournament: Quanita Bobbs (Seals)                   

Most Improved:Tarryn Glasby (Sharks)                    

Goalkeeper of the Tournament:Tayla Karsten (Seals)     


 U15 Boys section

Player of the Tournament: Michael Mulder (Seals)                                

Most Improved: Anathi Hans (Hawks)                                      

Goalkeeper of he Tournament: Andre Augustyn (Hawks)

U17 Girls section

Player of the Tournament: Marsha Venter (Hawks)

Most Improved: Mellissa de Koker (Foxes)             

Goalkeeper of the Tournament: Candice Francis (Hawks) 


U17 Boys section

Player of the Tournament: Neil Roode (Foxes)

Most Improved: Sean Pattenden (Seals)

Goalkeeper of the Tournament: Wynand Fourie (Foxes)