A total of 12 teams set their sights on the grand prize, with the first two days set aside for round robin action.
Seasoned players, Dean Bond and Blessing Khumalo have formally partnered to help children from ages six to 16 harness their potential on the pitch.
The team kept up momentum with a hard-fought two-one victory over uThukela FC on Saturday afternoon, during an ABC Motsepe League Second Division clash at the oSizweni Stadium.
A total of 87 karateka from Northern KwaZulu-Natal competed in the championships in Pinetown.
In his tenure as chairman, Ladysmith-based Mr Suddeby hopes to achieve two goals: to increase membership and to encourage seniors to keep playing golf.
Asians got its campaign off to a sound start with a victory over Paradise, the current local team to beat this season.
Endumeni Angling Club (EAC) is hosting its debut open overnight bank angling competition on April 1 and 2, at the Chelmsford/ Ntshingwayo Dam.
After a tough day on the greens, the day’s winners were confirmed as Fritz Botha, Anil Durgadin and Trevor Smale from Newcastle Bowling Club.
A total of 10 teams from Newcastle, Mahawane, Vryheid and Ncandu bowling clubs took part in the competition, in the format of mixed trips.
Saterdag was wintersporttyd in Volkies, en ? heerlike ontspanne gees het geheers terwyl die spanne van Volkies en Ferrum mekaar aangevat het op die hokkie, netbal en rugbyvelde.