Since his arrival in 1976, Pastor Paul Saul brought to the Pietermaritzburg community a sense of dedication, high standards of judgement, personal and professional dignity which earned him the respect of people from all walks of life.
Northdale Stadium will be dominated by our female counterparts as SAFA National Technical Department, led by Frans Hilton Smith, will conduct a selection session for women players. The session will start on Sunday morning from 9am.
At the recent South African Indoor Football Association Cup, national champions Young Natalians FC’s Quincy Ngcobo won the NFL Player of the Year and coach Gregory Nair won the NFL Coach of the Year award.
Spain secured top spot in Group B with a dramatic 2-2 draw against Morocco and will play their first knockout game against Russia on 30 June.
French fans are cock a hoop after a 1-0 victory over Peru.
Northdale Stadium was abuzz when NASS under seventeen junior teams assembled to display their talent against each other whilst invited teams from the Midlands sports academy and the MDFA made up the group of sixteen teams.
It is going to be a busy off-season for a number of Hollywoodbets Dolphins stars who have been called up to the Proteas or SA A teams for their respective tours of Sri Lanka and India over the next few months.
The Heeralal brothers have once again done their parents, schools and community proud by bringing home two gold, two silver and three bronze medals from various karate events. Sensei Hemal (16) and Dhruv Heeralal’s (11) recent victories have led to their selection to represent South Africa in Umag, Croatia in June/July for the International Youth Cup Championships.
Terence Hoskins was elected as the new President of the Sports Veterans’ Association (SVA) at a Special General Meeting which took place on Saturday, May 26, at Allandale Primary School.
Some highly notable Comrades Marathon former winners and Green Number achievers will present Green Numbers to those athletes who will be inducted onto the Green Number Roll of Honour at this year’s Comrades finish.
Pietermaritzburg was abuzz on Monday with cheering, singing and flag-waving as legions of Maritzburg United supporters turned up to welcome home the Team of Choice after their heroic display in the Nedbank Cup final and for finishing fourth in the Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL).