Supersports to Broadcast Hero FIH Road to London throughout Africa
Africa’s leading sports channel, Supersports is to broadcast every remaining South Africa women’s match and all women’s classification matches at the Hero FIH Road to London, which concludes in New Delhi on Saturday.
With two wins and a draw from their opening 3 pool matches, the South African women’s team are currently looking good for a finals berth, possibly against India, with the winner of the final match taking all – one of three final qualification places for the London Olympic Games.  South Africa are the highest ranked women’s team in competition here.
Supersports is available in 55 countries throughout Africa, bringing the total number of broadcast countries for the Hero FIH Road to London up to 130. The broadcaster has by far the largest variety of sports on a single sports broadcaster. This includes most of the major sporting events and leagues of rugby, cricket, football, golf, tennis, motorsport, cycling, boxing, wrestling, athletics. It is the world's biggest broadcaster of live rugby and cricket and also the world's biggest English Premier League broadcaster.
South Africa play hosts India tomorrow at 6pm.  The match will probably decide one of the teams in the final.
Africa’s leading sports channel, Supersports is to broadcast every remaining South Africa women’s match and all women’s classification matches at the Hero FIH Road to London, which concludes in New Delhi on Saturday.

With two wins and a draw from their opening 3 pool matches, the South African women’s team are currently looking good for a finals berth, possibly against India, with the winner of the final match taking all – one of three final qualification places for the London Olympic Games.  South Africa are the highest ranked women’s team in competition here.

Supersports is available in 55 countries throughout Africa, bringing the total number of broadcast countries for the Hero FIH Road to London up to 130. The broadcaster has by far the largest variety of sports on a single sports broadcaster. This includes most of the major sporting events and leagues of rugby, cricket, football, golf, tennis, motorsport, cycling, boxing, wrestling, athletics. It is the world's biggest broadcaster of live rugby and cricket and also the world's biggest English Premier League broadcaster.

South Africa play hosts India tomorrow at 6pm.  The match will probably decide one of the teams in the final.