As part of its inaugural celebration, the club hosted a fun family fun run/walk, which was well attended by members of the community.
The tournament provided South Africa’s top under 18 provincial rugby players a platform to battle it out in an action-packed rugby week.
Appeals were made to the running community and after a few unsuccessful attempts, the team managed to secure Welcome an entry through a social media connection who had to pull out of the race.
The front row of Mpatho Shange, Phakamane Mthenjwa and Lapzen Matsoso sniffed the indecision and started dominating the forward exchanges pushing the Kwantu scrum off their own ball and turning the possession statistics around.
The eThekwini Machine played six matches in the round robin section and finished in first position. The first semi-finals was then contested between eThekwini City and OBC and the second a local derby between PMB Hotspurs and Young Natalians.
Some turn to mystics or sangomas, others try tea-leaf readers or tarot cards. Other tend to trust the traditional beans that are planted by the Gold Circle team on the day that the final field is announced.
The run/walk caters for the senior citizens as well as the youth of our community. The course is therefore designed to cater for all ages- 1km for the old and the toddlers, 5km and 8km for the fitter athletes.
He fought opponent, Tshapang ‘Gearbox’ Babui from Botswana at the boxing event held at Sibaya Casino.
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Fresh from a resounding win against Burning Spears of Lindelani the week before, the Rhinos were once again focused on the task at hand as they scrummed down to tackle Ogwini, who handed Queensburgh Rugby Club a bloody nose two weeks earlier.
“We are planning to make this an exciting family fun day so that all members of the family can participate,” said club spokesman, Yashika Singh.