Currently, Phoenix is on top of the Spur Super Saturday’s A-Division Log, followed by Asians in second position and Paradise in third.
Fantastic tee offs, good putts and a birdie or two had golfers in friendly competition mode, as they set off to prove who would be the best golfer of the day.
Overcast conditions with a passing draft provided ideal conditions for golfers to swing in some decent shots for the day.
Highlands batted first and amassed 181 runs in 29 overs, where Connie Niewoudt and Craig Pedersen were the main contributors, running up 59 runs and 33 runs respectively.
Soccer fans are in for a treat with the arrival of the Over-50s Soccer Tournament at the Fernwood Grounds on Saturday.
The APL record clerks had an easy day with few catches, yet even that could not stop Ladysmith Angling Club from opening its tally with 32 points.
With 36 teams participating in the open division and a further 12 teams in the under-12 division, organisers had to facilitate 50 soccer matches on Saturday, together with the Fun Walk.
The prestigious event took place at the Show grounds, with 48 riders from Memel, Newcastle, Normandien, Vryheid, Durban and Bethlehem competing for coveted positions in the KZN teams.
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.
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.