CMA chairman, Cheryl Winn said the CMA board and race organising committee paid due diligence to all facets of the race and the venue before deciding to host the Comrades Marathon finish at Durban’s acclaimed Moses Mabhida Stadium for the very first time.
The principal together with the staff members extended their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to everyone who contributed towards the outstanding success of the day.
The exact route will be announced closer to the date.
On event day, designated parking areas will be available at both the start (uShaka Marine World) and finish (Moses Mabhida People’s Park).
The team of 12 males and four females will be departing for the six-day tour which showcases international talent, on July 27.
Coming off a resounding victory against Burning Spears the previous week, a determined Rhinos team stuck to their game plan to round off a clinical display in the second half putting Ogwini to the sword in a 66-21 display securing their third successive bonus point win.
Children in the area can look forward to training sessions for the youth and league programme will commence shortly.
Chairman, Niren ‘Mizzy’ Misra worked hard behind the scenes to arrange a friendly against 4th Division side Durban University of Technology (DUT) to keep the players focused.
A year later, the KZN-based franchise is celebrating an end to one of their better seasons in recent years. Under the tutelage of Grant Morgan and the captaincy of Khaya Zondo, they reached the final of the Ram Slam T20 and eventually lost to the Multiply Titans.
Well done to the winners!
Coming out in their numbers, athletes certainly had fun at the annual marathon, which promotes social cohesion and unity.