Local teams, Maritzburg Hotspurs and Young Natalians participated i n the National Futsal League opener at Caluza Indoor arena on Friday at 8pm. Natalians emerged victorious 3-1 winners after a dominant display . The turnout for the event however was dismal and an appeal to come out in support of local talent capable of wining the national league…
Undoubtedly one of the natural talents the game of soccer had seen in South Africa, the Late Thiri Rampath was indeed the perfect player, who possessed a natural ability second to none. On Sunday, at the Aryan Hall in Raisethorpe, his family and friends celebrated his life on the occasion of his death, exactly ten…
The only local PSL outfit Maritzburg United, may be endlessly battling to move away from the relegation zone, but they say they have the situation under control with no crisis in the camp.
Local angler Santhosh “Babes” Balram was placed first at the SA Freshwater Angling Championships held at the Bloemhof dam in the North West province recently. Eight provinces had competed with 96 anglers in total. Balram, who was initially placed sixth in KZN soared to the top position after three eight hour days of fishing….
This year celebrates 55 years of football within the northerns areas.
A local swimming club has taken it upon themselves to upgrade the municipal swimming pool they use to attract more people to learn to swim
Last Sunday the local PSL outfit Maritzburg United finally made their die hards around the city happy when they managed to beat Bloemfontein Celtic 1-0 away at the Free State province, thus accumulating maximum points
This tournament will be dedicated to the late Mr Kay Parus – Tournament Director
We are left with thirteen more games before the end of the season, and we are still at the bottom of the log with eight points and this is definitely a cause for concern for everyone associated with the Club
Maritzburg United players are capable of beating, upsetting or turning the tables against any team in the PSL
The Pietermaritzburg and District Soccer Association held an open junior tournament over the weekend at the Northdale stadium. Hailed as a resounding success with an overwhelming response, parents and well-wishers were glad to see the re-introduction of soccer for juniors in the area