Union High mow down Alex
GRAAFF-REINET side Union High showed outstanding form to run in nine tries for a one-sided 59-15 victory over Alexander Road in their schools rugby match in Port Elizabeth at the weekend.
Big incentive for schools at Spar race
SCHOOLS have been offered a big incentive to enter the Spar Women’s Challenge on May 5 with a new laptop up for grabs for the high school with the most pre-entries.
Jerling wins US college tourney
PORT Elizabeth’s Luke Jerling achieved what very few college golfers are able to do . . . win in their freshman year.
Exciting schools rugby clashes
BRANDWAG held on in the face of a strong finish from Marlow to win their schools rugby match 20-18 in Uitenhage at the weekend.
Replacement Herne helps EP Kings snatch last-minute win over Eagles
THE Eastern Province Kings rugby team snatched victory from the jaws of defeat when replacement hooker Frank Herne crossed for a try in the final minute to give them a 27-25 win over SWD Eagles in George at the weekend.
Disappointing start for Pefa Premier League
THE Pefa Premier League season got off to a disappointing start on Saturday with two of the six matches called off.
Super-smart students take cricket cup, league double
MECER NMMU1 completed the league and cup double yesterday when they beat Maritime Motors Old Grey in the Brian Bands EP Super League T20 final at the campus.
PE club briefs
EASTERN Province tenpin bowlers Marika van der Berg and Petruchka Dekker have been included in the national team which will participate at the European women’s championships in Tilburg, Holland (June 6-17).
Tsotsobe lets rip with a bouncer at Warriors
CHEVROLET Warriors fast bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe dropped an unexpected bombshell yesterday when he nominated the Dolphins as his team of choice for next season.
Elite in Bay for national champs
TSHOLOFELO Thipe, who has already achieved Olympic qualifying times in the 200m and 400m, will attempt the shorter sprint double at the South African championships at the Xerox NMMU Stadium in Port Elizabeth at the weekend.
Down to business for Ironman challengers
THE time has almost come for corporate competitors from across the country to participate in the Vodacom Corporate Triathlon Challenge as part of this year’s Spec-Savers Ironman South Africa event.
Lads in line for league honours
PORT Elizabeth soccer outfit City Lads have kept their hopes of winning the Eastern Cape Sasol Women’s League Stream A title alive following their 6-1 victory over Kubs at the Chevrolet Stadium last week.
J-Bay surfer takes world GromSearch event
AFTER an epic day of big storm surf waves at Bells Beach in Victoria, Australia, and progressive surfing performances by a crop of the world’s best young surfers, Jeffreys Bay’s Dylan Lightfoot, 17, and 15-year-old Tatiana Wetson-Webb, of Kauai, Hawaii, emerged victorious at the Rip Curl International GromSearch championships on the 7 April 2012.
Courageous Anton in tough Ironman debut
A DISABLED athlete from the Free State will make his debut in the Spec-Savers Ironman in Port Elizabeth this month. Anton Swanepoel is on the brink of realising his dream of participating in the energy-sapping able-bodied event and will be joined by blind athlete Francois Jacobs, who is a regular in the event, being held on April 22.
THE next outing for Ibhayi men’s and women’s Nomads bowls will be on Sunday at the PE Moth Bowling Club, tabs in 1.30pm. Visitors welcome. All national entries with payment must be handed in at this outing.
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