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Hockey 24 Seven is the first ever dedicated hockey podcast in South Africa. Tyron "Jabu" Barnard and Derek Alberts pair up for a weekly chat with a hockey personality about all things hockey in the country and abroad. Both are former SAB Sports Media Award winners and branch into the podcast to tell the terrific untold stories of the world of Hockey.

Hockey 24 Seven is the first ever dedicated hockey podcast in South Africa. Tyron "Jabu" Barnard and Derek Alberts pair up for a weekly chat with a hockey personality about all things hockey in the country and abroad. Both are former SAB Sports Media Award winners and branch into the podcast to tell the terrific untold stories of the world of Hockey.
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Location:

South Africa

Description:

Hockey 24 Seven is the first ever dedicated hockey podcast in South Africa. Tyron "Jabu" Barnard and Derek Alberts pair up for a weekly chat with a hockey personality about all things hockey in the country and abroad. Both are former SAB Sports Media Award winners and branch into the podcast to tell the terrific untold stories of the world of Hockey.

Language:

English

Contact:

0834545018


Episodes

Episode 7 - Keet Delivers

4/18/2019
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Marcelle Keet is one of those gifted athletes who has represented South Africa in more than one sport. Not only is the Hockey and Waterpolo international extremely talented, but she's an incredibly nice person too. She joined Jabu and Derek to discuss all things hockey, the challenges of competing in two sports, family life as well as her recent adventure in Hong Kong.

Duration:00:35:59

Episode 6 - Focus on Fredericks

4/11/2019
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Allistar Fredericks became a hero for many when he became the first player of colour to represent the South African men's hockey team, who went on to score 57 goals in just 59 matches. He also participated at the 1996 Olympic Games, and delivered South Africa's team speech to then-President Nelson Mandela at his Pretoria home before the squad departed for Atlanta. Despite retiring in 1998, hockey is still part of Fredericks' life, and Derek and Jabu caught up with the family man to discuss...

Duration:00:40:30

Episode 5 - Hack Opens Up

4/5/2019
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Jabu and Derek catch up with Cindy Hack - a household name in South African Hockey. The SA Indoor Captain is the most-capped indoor hockey player in Africa, and opens up about the European Tour, plans for 2019, balancing parenthood with her sporting commitments and the big 100 cap milestone. And of course, the big question - will Cindy join Lloyd Norris-Jones on the One Question Quiz honours board?

Duration:00:30:09

Episode 4 - Willis Proves his Worth

4/2/2019
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Ross Willis was appointed coach of the Western Province Indoor Hockey men's side at the age of just 26 and few expected him to finish in the top 4, yet he went on to capture the title. Derek and Jabu chat to the man about the indoor IPT and the road to ending 12 years of hurt for Western Province. He also gives it a go in the Hockey 24 Seven One Question Quiz!

Duration:00:30:58

Episode 3 - Mbande Makes Her Mark

3/20/2019
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Phumelela Mbande joins Derek and Jabu in episode 3 of the Hockey 24 Seven Podcast. The shot-stopper, fresh from being named in the 26-player squad for the FIH Open Series Final, chats about her professional and hockey life, the players for transformation movement, and her player of the match performance in her most recent test match. She also takes on the Hockey 24 Seven One Question Quiz!

Duration:00:35:51

Episode 2 - Johnson Proves Her Versatility

3/13/2019
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Indoor and outdoor hockey player extraordinaire Robyn Johnson reflects on her many achievements, discusses her talented sporting family, the PFT Movement and emphasises her love for Johannesburg.

Duration:00:24:50

Episode 1 - Lloyd Norris-Jones heads to Germany

3/6/2019
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In the first-ever episode of the Hockey 24 Seven Podcast, brought to you by Rayder Media, celebrated South Africa striker Lloyd Norris-Jones is extremely candid about his retirement from the international game, the financial burdens placed on South African hockey players, his impending move to Germany, and his very brief modelling career.

Duration:00:40:08