If 2013 was the year that PSi moved to a new level, 2014 was the year it was consolidated as the most inclusive kids sport event in the country.
This was also the year that PSi Nationals would welcome in the true juniors in hosting an U11 and U12 Nationals tournament. This in itself would lead to the incredible 220 teams taking part across the three tournamnets, almost 80 more than the previous year.
This could also be defined as the All Star year as the African All Stars took on the South African men in a bid to support the in preparation for the Indoor World Cup.
2014 also produced what many may call the greatest game ever played. A juggernaut clash between the Gryphons and the Hawks in the U18 Boys final played in front of 1500 supporters was akin to a heavyweight boxing clash as the teams traded blows. The Gryphons emerged victorious via showdowns in a match, excuse the cliché’, which no one deserved to lose.
The PE Vipers showed strength in depth and rode the junior nationals wins to win their first ever Franchise of the year (only the fourth franchise to win it) while the Sharks were the B Franchise team of the Year.