Be sure to join the Newcastle Squash Club members next Thursday and have an evening of fun and exercise.
The day was organised as a fund-raiser with proceeds going toward the 3rd Newcastle Scout Group.
That match has been rescheduled to be played on May 19, but other rugby matches will continue to be played as per the rugby fixture list.
A golf day unlike any other, this competition was a BetterBall Scramble Drive and served as a fundraiser for Gerhard Gouws, who was diagnosed with leukaemia.
From toddlers to senior citizens and canine members of the family, everyone joined in this fun way of getting into shape.
In honour of World Autism Awareness Day, racers and their families marched a half-track journey waving blue balloons.
The bi-annual sponsored competition pitted a total of 12 teams from Newcastle and Volksrust against one another in friendly competition.
Cyclists faced either a 20km, a 60km or a 100 km road cycle, while enduring cold, windy and rainy weather conditions.
On March 31, the inaugural Vulintaba Extreme Cycle Challenge was held, and spectators and contestants have already marked of the event in their calendars for next year.
Although no official competition was planned, golfers endured the chilly weather conditions as they made their way around the 18-hole course.
According to Kilbarchan management, the golf day was arranged to promote golf with the youth of Newcastle.