The second Social KO volleyball tournament took place at the Marburg Sports Complex last Saturday. Many volleyball legends from yesteryear made an appearance.
It was great to see the young surfers, from around the country, enjoying the surfing at St Mike’s.
The club started small and has grown over the years, drawing in new golfers and donating more than R250 000 to charity.
The Riversmead Warriors lost 78-14 to league champions College Rovers in the opening round of the Murray Cup at Douglas Mitchell Sports Ground on August 5.
The annual Paddock Polocrosse Tournament included a three-test series involving the South African and Zambian U14 teams.
The youngsters are making progress in terms of their golf games under the watchful eye of PGA teaching professional Colin Iddon.
The Tablers pulled out all the stops to make it a golf day of note.
The inaugural event was to raise funds for the Southern KZN Rugby Referees’ Society. There was a wide variety of fun activities to enjoy on the day.
Contestants as far Durban, Kokstad, Matatiele and surrounding areas competed for first place.
Nineteen strongmen took part in the ultimate test of strength at this year’s annual Lions Show.
Blake Louwrens of Westville managed to defend and keep his South Coast Strongman 2017 title.