Friday night saw many spectators gathering at the rugby stands, to show their support for the teams in the newly formed league and to witness some thrilling cricket action.
The Ncandu Bowling Club saw its members gear up for some seriously competitive competition when they participated in the club’s ‘Chicken Run’ Competition this past Saturday, October 6.
More than 800 swimmers from across South Africa competed in the championships, including locals Minette Janse van Vuuren and Ruan Jansen van Vuuren.
President’s team, to play in the Quadrangular Tournament in Margate next year: Sue Hutchinson, Dorothy Crosbie and Lindsay Steele.
Friday’s one-hour emphasised the ‘centre-line’ of the body, as the point from power and speed originated (hara).
Water tables helped golfers preserve their strength and push on for the full round of 18.
This event was hosted as a joint venture by the Newcastle City Athletics Club and the Newcastle Sport Academy, and attracted over 130 athletes from across KwaZuluNatal, Mpumalanga and the Eastern Cape.
On September 29, the team explained, the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban would play host to the final between defending champion, SuperSport United and last year’s runner-up, Cape Town City, in what is certain to be a fierce rematch.
“She is up against two strong contenders but this category is judged purely on merit.”
The Angler of the Day was the club’s Ramil Juggan with nine points, for which he received the red cap, trophy and R200 in cash.
Douglas’s team then rallied to be only two shots behind with one head to play.