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Selectors call up four more
- Updated: May 18, 2009
South African Hockey selectors have seen it necessary to increase the number of senior players attending the national men’s training camp in Pretoria from the 25-31 May from the current 24 players to 28.
The following players will now join the squad at the training camp at the High Performance Centre: Paul Blake, Matt Botha, Darren Kimfley and BJ Wilson.
After the camp, the team will be chosen to travel to the Four-Nations tournament in Russia next month and the Africa Cup of Nations in Accra, Ghana on July 10-18