Thousands of runners will be taking to the streets of Chatsworth to participate in this Comrades Marathon qualifier and what better way to make your business known than throw your support behind this massive event?
The R10 million competition caters for nine provincial teams that will contest the first leg of the event played over four weekends in March 2018 in both indoor and beach volleyball format of the sport.
The Volleyball National League 2018 is brought to you by eThekwini Municipality by Sport and Recreation SA in partnership with Volleyball SA (VSA).
About 30 SKISA fighters were crowned grand champions, having won double gold medals in both the kata (forms) and kumite (fighting) much to the delight of Protea head coach, Brando Pillay.
Members of the Rising Sun Chatsworth Athletic Club are excited at the prospect of the partnership with the Rising Sun Community Newspapers and hope for a very long and fruitful amalgamation.
Hilton College captain, James Ritchie said, “We did well today to post a large total that made it difficult for the opposing team to chase down. This is a big win for our school as we haven’t won the Dolphins final since 2015.”
Madge has had to vacate the EFC lightweight title, but in doing so it has left an opening for his teammate, Martin van Staden (18-9) to face the No.1 contender, England’s undefeated Gavin Hughes (9-0) for the now vacant championship.
The Newlands executive members were excited at the new phenomenon and promised to follow the advice of Naidoo. From then, the Newlands team applied the Futsal programme in all their training sessions.
Among some of the highlights was the Hollywoodbets Dolphins winning the One Day Cup, which was shared with the Warriors due to the rain on the day of the match.
This year, Coca-Cola South Africa, in partnership with Cricket South Africa (CSA) and Proteas batsman, Temba Bavuma, will be on the lookout for outstanding young players to be part of the Coca-Cola T20 All-Star Team.
School friends and owners of Headstart Skills and Orientation, Khayelihle Kay Hlatshwayo (25) and Sanele Ngcobo (26), believe that through their sports development programme called ‘Rugga Rugga Bashana Bashana’, children can develop their motor and socials skills.