THE Essen School Karate, which was established more than 30 years ago, has achieved a coup by embarking on a direct linkage with the Organisation of Meibukan Goju Ryu, where karate originated in China.
Financial support necessary for Banyana
THE winless Banyana Banyana crew may have had a maiden voyage to the Olympic Games they would rather forget when one considers their results in the group stages.
PE pupil bags EP series
GREY High’s Brian Wessels held off a spirited challenge from Southern Cape’s Jack Duthie and Ronald Baxter, of Eastern Province, to claim the 22nd Glacier Junior Series title at St Francis Links on Sunday.
THE PE Bowling Club turns 130 on August 14 and to celebrate the occasion a President’s dinner is being held with Proteas bowler Gerry Baker as the guest speaker. Tickets cost R100 and are available from Chris Moller (083-472-3000).
Weekend delivers muddy rugby
MUIR went down 32-29 to neighbours Despatch in a tough schools rugby fixture in Uitenhage at the weekend.
Graeme hold on against Kingswood
GRAEME College’s defence stood strong at the death as they beat schools rugby rivals Kingswood 15-11 on a muddy Somerset Field in Grahamstown
Hockey triumph for Grey
GREY High had a clean sweep against traditional rivals Grey College in their hockey derby at the weekend.
Silver for EP in tenpin tourney
EASTERN Province tenpin star Wayne Jones bowled the highest game, of 299, at the interprovincial tournament held in Johannesburg at the weekend.
EP stars in SA squad
EASTERN Province school rugby stars Sergeal Petersen and Aidon Davis have been named in a 28-man South African Schools rugby squad to face European opposition next month.
EP Kings lead log after win
THE Eastern Province Kings broke away from the chasing pack, while defending champions Boland avoided a fifth straight defeat in a series of high-scoring round five rugby matches in the Absa Currie Cup First Division at the weekend.
Blackpool crowned 2012 Mayoral Cup champions
A THRILLING penalty shoot-out saw Blackpool crowned the Safa-NMB Mayoral Cup champions at the NU2 Stadium in Motherwell on Saturday.
Madibaz on top after win
NMMU Madibaz finished the first round of the Grand Challenge on top of the log after their convincing 28-10 victory against Progress at Uitenhage Central Fields at the weekend.
Grey College trounce arch-rivals Grey High in mudbath
GREY College seized their chances in a rugby mudbath to defeat arch-rivals Grey High 22-3 in a fiercely contested schools rugby fixture in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
SA’s golden boy
GOLDEN boy Cameron van der Burgh probably smiled in his sleep last night. And he deserved nothing less. Van der Burgh could not stop grinning after conquering the planet’s best in the men’s 100m breaststroke in a 58.46 second world record.
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