Manchester Babes cash in on Women’s Day
UITENHAGE’S Manchester Babes women’s soccer team celebrated Women’s Day in style yesterday when they paraded the Nelson Mandela Bay Mayoral Cup trophy at the Multi-Purpose Centre in KwaNobuhle.
Top 8 weekend finale at NU9
THE final playoff rounds of the inaugural Biyana-Mofa Top 8 competition, which got off to a thrilling start last week, will be played at the NU9 Stadium this weekend.
PEBC celebrate 130th anniversary next week
ON Tuesday, the PE Bowling Club members will pay homage to those who went before them when they celebrate the club’s 130th birthday, to the day.
Tough matches as new Nafa season starts
THE next round of matches in the new Nafa Premier League Cup sees most of the teams playing double-headers this weekend.
Club weekend fixtures
Race to help charities clear obstacles
NEXT month’s Herald Urban Run, a fun 10.5km obstacle running race through the CBD, hosted by the Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA), is set to raise more than R100000 for children’s organisations.
Eye injury cost cricketer Boucher his lens, iris and pupil
CAPE TOWN – Mark Boucher, the former South Africa wicketkeeper, lost the lens, iris and pupil in the eye injury which forced him to announce his international retirement, he said Wednesday (08/08/2012).
Semenya marches into semi-finals
South African athlete Caster Semenya made a solid start to her Olympic Games campaign when she ran to qualify for the semi-final of the women’s 800 metres in London on Wednesday (08/08/2012).
Nell demands 100% against Leopards
EASTERN Province Kings captain Darron Nell is demanding an 80-minute performance from his team-mates when they face the Leopards in an Absa Currie Cup first division match in Port Elizabeth on Friday night (7.10pm).
Sexton sets EP target
FORMER Canterbury Crusaders hooker Matt Sexton has settled into his role as EP Kings rugby coach and will be aiming to keep them on top after an unbeaten run so far.
THE fourth round of the Consolidated PEBC women’s pairs competition which was not completed last month will be continued next Wednesday to 15 ends.
St Andrew’s thrash Muir
MUIR travelled to Grahamstown at the weekend and were beaten 47-17 by St Andrew’s.
DF victorious over rivals VP
HOSTS DF Malherbe scored a convincing 19-3 (halftime 12-3) victory over Victoria Park in an entertaining schools rugby fixture at the weekend.
Woodridge boys unbeaten
THE Woodridge first boys’ hockey team have had an outstanding season this year, ending unbeaten in the Eastern Province.
Hockey win for Collegiate
COLLEGIATE enjoyed a keen sporting contest against Framesby when they hosted their PE rivals in netball and hockey at the weekend.
PE Open winner
HUMEWOOD’S Mark Lloyd provided a reminder of his talent when he won the Beta Chemicals PE Open at the Port Elizabeth Golf Club on Sunday.
Bay’s Imbasa crash out of Nestle Milo tournament
MOTHERWELL’S Imbasa Primary School were eliminated in the group stages of the provincial annual Nestle Milo Champions knockout tournament held at the Dumpy Adams grounds in Queenstown on Saturday.
Motherwell win in rain-hit Pefa league
RAIN was again the winner in the Pefa Premier League at the weekend with only two matches played. The rest were postponed due to waterlogged fields.
Madibaz prove too good for brave Progress
THE NMMU Madibaz 1st XV rugby team narrowly defeated Progress 17-14 in a hard-fought Nelson Mandela Bay Mayoral Cup final clash at the Central field in Uitenhage at the weekend.
Schools rugby feast
NDZONDELELO senior team beat David Livingstone 17-8 in a fiercely contested SA Rugby Coca-Cola regional final at Dan Qeqe Stadium in Zwide on Friday.
Kings draw with Pumas
THE EP Kings extended their lead at the top of the standings despite a high-scoring Nelspruit stalemate in the weekend’s Currie Cup First Division rugby action.
Club competition results
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