The Newcastle District Cricket Association (NDCA) season officially came to an end after some breathtaking finals last week.
Tent pegging competitors from across the country put on a masterclass, putting themselves and their horses through a number of disciplines.
The championships ran from April 1 to 6 in Kroonstad, and included tough challengers from across South Africa, plus some from Namibia and even America.
The Boys’ and Girls’ National (Protea) teams, the President Boys and Girls teams, the under-14 boys and girls teams, and a development team, each consisting of five riders.
The following Huttenpark boys were chosen to represent the Amajuba District Boys Hockey teams:
The Newcastle Highlanders played against the Durban Collegians at Arbor Park Grounds on Saturday, April 1.
Businessmen from far and wide convened at the Newcastle Golf Club on Friday, March 31 for a grand game of golf.
Although the sun was out in all its glory, golfers were eager to take on the verdant course.
The event was dedicated to Autism Week, and spectators and racers were dressed in blue to raise awareness.
KILBARCHAN – It is that time of the year again when Newcastillians will break away from mundane routines and embrace the annual Vesco Winter Festival, set to start on April 26. In the build-up to the four-day event, the annual Winter Festival Golf Day took place at Kilbarchan Golf Course on Saturday. Taking to the…
It proved to be a daunting task as anglers pushed through poor catches and multiple ‘stucks’ as anglers lost fish and traces due to thick vegetation underwater.