Wynberg can expect Grey backlash
GREY High will be aiming to use the occasion of their annual reunion to bounce back from their first loss of the season when they host Wynberg in their traditional schools rugby derby at Grey tomorrow.
Strong message from determined Londt Park
THE Dulce Londt Park A team have flexed their muscles in the EP men’s first squash league, issuing clear signs that their grip on the title will not easily be loosened.
Cavaliers in big double-header
LAKESIDE Cavaliers have an important weekend ahead as they strive to establish their credentials as title contenders with a double-header in the EP men’s premier hockey league.
A stars keep fingers crossed for the London Games
SOUTH Africa’s Olympic hopefuls face an anxious two months as the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) begins to finalise its squad for the London Games, starting on July 27.
Grace chases home victory at Simola
BRANDON Grace has won three European titles this year, but this week he is back home in Knysna and chasing an elusive Vodacom Origins of Golf Tour victory.
St Andrew’s edge out Graeme
GRAHAMSTOWN residents were treated to an exciting feast of intense school rugby on Saturday as home team St Andrew’s edged Graeme 10-6 in their annual derby in Grahamstown
Last-gasp effort gives Hudson Park victory over Kingswood
IN a game where the lead changed hands several times, Hudson Park scored a try in the closing stages to defeat Kingswood 31-28 in a schools rugby thriller in Grahamstown at the weekend.
Nail-biting derby rugby day
THERE were scenes of wild celebration as Westering beat Victoria Park 32-26 in what turned out to be a tense and exciting derby day rugby match at Westering on Saturday.
Alex’s defence prevails
IN an entertaining game at Alexander Road, Alex beat Ndzondelelo 23-15 in their schools rugby fixture at the weekend.
DSG girls beat VG rivals 3-1
DSG defeated Grahamstown rivals VG 3-1 in a spirited game of girls’ hockey at the weekend.
Thiel, Schepers star in EP u-19 squash championships
JOHAN Thiel, of Framesby, and Collegiate’s Ashleigh Schepers took the top honours in the under-19 division when the Alan Stapleton EP Open squash championships were held in Port Elizabeth at the weekend.
Easy win for Khwezi High
THERE was plenty of talent on display when Khwezi Lomso High defeated Phakamisa High 4-1 in a Sanlam Kay Motsepe Cup under-19 tournament fixture that was played at the Ndzondelelo fields in Zwide last week.
PEARSON continued their good form this season by outclassing Woodridge 37-12 in their schools rugby clash at Woodridge on Saturday.
Decisive win for Union High
UNION High ran in five tries to defeat Muir 41-15 in their schools rugby clash at the weekend.
Khumalo aims to make his mark this season
BONGANI Khumalo is still positive he can make an impact overseas and has targeted next season as his breakthrough year in Europe.
Young SA soccer star heads for European Champions League
SOUTH African youngster Kamohelo Mokotjo will be playing European Champions League football next season after helping his Dutch side Feyenoord to second place in the Eredivisie.
Bay Stars in EL draw
BAY Stars lost two crucial points when they were held to a goalless draw by relegation-threatened Bush Bucks in a Vodacom League clash at East London’s Jan Smuts Stadium on Friday.
Runaway win for Madibaz
THE NMMU Madibaz continued their impressive form when they overwhelmed United Barbarians 57-7 in their Grand Challenge rugby fixture on Saturday.
NMMU edge out Old Grey
DEFENDING champions NMMU were given a good workout by Old Grey before knocking in three second-half goals to win their EP men’s premier league hockey match 3-0 at NMMU yesterday.
Cape riders achieve success on debut in gruelling Gauteng to coast race
PLETTENBERG Bay cyclist Kevin Evans and David George of Cape Town made their debut in spectacular fashion at the third annual Old Mutual joBerg2c event, taking five stage wins en route to overall victory at main beach in Scottburgh, KwaZulu Natal, on Saturday.
René Kalmer retains top spot in Spar series
PORT Elizabeth’s Humewood beachfront was a sea of orange as a record 12200 runners set off in the 19th annual Spar Women’s Challenge from Kings Beach on Saturday morning.
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