The first runners are expected to enter Newcastle at 9.30am, while the walkers are estimated to enter the town’s borders from approximately 12pm.
The tournament would be part of the day’s fun along with a three kilometre fun walk/run, which would start at the Paradise Sports Grounds at 3pm.
In the NG Kerk Drakensbergvallei sponsored event, the results were as follows:
The tournament will not be for up and coming soccer players, but rather the golden oldies, as the tournament will host players over the age of 50 in the teams.
The event starts at 6pm.
Fanciers of the Newcastle Racing Pigeon Club have battled it out in numerous races this season, with newcomers, Dawid van Rooyen, Dave McMillan and Mike Villiers impressing.
Newcastle Bowling Club hosted its annual prize giving last weekend, with an appreciative number of members in attendance.
The golfers showed off their immense golfing skills to prove who would be named the best player of the day.
Summarising a successful season, Breakwaters was crowned VME League champion and AA Tours Grand Challenge champion, and was runner-up in the Transnat Knock Out.
With precision and years of technique, players perfected their roll match after match.
Billed as an ideal networking and team building opportunity, the new tournament will consist of four Saturdays in August and September, to determine the best of the best.