Two years ago when eight-year-old Tàen Lee Govender’s parents stumbled upon the Alexandra Park bike track, little did they know that one day their little boy would be placed as the top rider in the National Age Group BMX Challenge Series and the SA National BMX Championships that was held there recently.
Last Saturday’s inaugural Joe Gengan Invitation Tournament at the Northdale Stadium drew a handsome crowd of close to 1500 family and friends to witness and exciting display of dazzling football only former soccer federation die hearts could offer.
Six-year-old Gabriel Santos, dubbed “The Little Champion”, is creating a name for himself as a BMX biker.
The Northdale stadium was a hive of activity last weekend albeit with confusion regarding the non booking of the ground by a Youth Development Group promoting sport who arrived with eighteen teams only to be stopped on their tracks.
Pietermaritzburg is set to attract more world-class sporting events with this weekends official opening of the Msunduzi Athletics Track, further cementing the city’s status as the sporting capital.
Former South African soccer coach, Clive Barker, spent a weekend in Pietermaritzburg as part of a social campaign to develop soccer in underprivileged communities along with Duzi Build It.
This unique Pietermaritzburg event has been running since 1976 and incorporates both tar and off-road sections.
Jooma Properties Zulu Kings announced its team and captain selection in grand style on Thursday, August 23 at a gala dinner held at Jimmy’s Killer Prawns restaurant in Pietermaritzburg.
The Umgungundlovu Chess Association (UCA District Federation) together with Umngeni Knights Chess Club hosted a free Females Chess Tournament “Battle of Queen’s” at Howick Indoor Sports Centre recently.
The Northern Areas Soccer Stream (NASS) is on an operation to clean up on teams that have not registered players in accordance with SAFA date of birth.
Entries for the 2018 edition of the Mandela Day Marathon (MDM) closed with a record 20 000 committed participants.