Peet van der Merwe (President: Northern KZN Rugby Sub Union) with Francois Louis (President: KZN Rugby Union), Wessel Strydom (KZNRU: Chief Financial Officer) and Sisesko Jafta (KZNRU: General Manager).
The competition is open to all ages and skills levels, and takes place on November 25 at Grey Goose Game Lodge.
The next fixture on the NFWAA calendar is the first round of the Knockout competition, at Sandford Islands on November 19.
The Newcastle Mall Kestrels will return to Pietermaritzburg on Sunday, November 19, where they will face Standard.
Fishing conditions at Chelmsford Dam were ideal and from the moment fishing commenced on Saturday, catches were in abundance.
He is an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Level 5 qualified coach, who specialises in coaching middle and long-distance runners, therefore a great deal of hope has been placed on Seme’s shoulders.
The reason for their presence was the Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk (Dutch Reformed Church) Sponsored IPS Competition.
A few local karateka, namely Sensei Johan Swart, Sonia de Pooter and Vishen Bhoonpersad were in attendance.
This tournament is reputed to be the oldest running competition in South Africa, having started in 1921.
On the local front, the monthly FedAuto meat competition was won by Simon Ball, Johan Coetzee and Gert Roos, with the runners-up Billy Nicholas, Graeme Robinson and Edith Pretorius.
Currently, Phoenix is on top of the Spur Super Saturday’s A-Division Log, followed by Asians in second position and Paradise in third.