Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Bulldogs to sweat it out on sidelines

After a weekend of results that did not go their way the Border Bulldogs find themselves on the brink of missing out on qualification...

Pakistan send India packing by 180 runs

London — Mohammad Hafeez hailed Pakistan’s team spirit as the key to their stunning Champions Trophy final triumph against India. Just two weeks ago, Pakistan...

Come and give it horns at Rhino Run for PAWS

ASHMEL SPAR is proud to be the sponsor of the 2017 Rhino Run taking place next Saturday. All funds raised will go to PAWS, who...

Kicking up a storm

The karateka from Border JKA (excluding the Mthatha team) represented the Eastern Cape province at the recent South African JKA championships in Johannesburg under...

Stock car fans rev up for Summerpride thrills, spills

SA’s top drivers gear up for Showground challenge ON SATURDAY the second annual Border Stock Car Association 1660 Challenge will be held at the Summerpride...

ECO-WARRIORS

The Cambridge High School Aloe Eco-Club recently partook in a successful litter clean-up outside the school premises. Together they managed to collect more than...

Cricket SA’s R7.2m injection boosts Border cricket

Border cricket has received a major boost ahead of the new cricket season after receiving a cash injection of R7.2-million from Cricket South Africa...

McCarthy expected to join City

Former Bafana player could be announced as new coach today BENNI MCCARTHY. Picture: AFP Cape Town City have called a media conference for today where they...

East London hosts the Eastern Cape Danone Nations Cup provincial final

Laerskool Kuswag in East London will be the venue this weekend for the under-12 Danone Nations Cup Eastern Cape provincial finals, kicking off at...

Upset as Woodridge top regional hockey tournament

Woodridge College caused an upset when they claimed the final spot in the provincial finals of the SPAR Eastern Cape Schoolgirls Hockey Challenge after...

It’s not over yet says Ndlazi after loss

Maccabi FC coach Kenny Ndlazi believes his side still stand a chance of gaining promotion to the First National Division despite being at the...

IN PICTURES: Emotions run high at the end of the Comrades...

It was an emotional end to the Comrades Marathon, with Bongmusa Mthembu winning it for the second time, and US runner Camille Herron coming...

EL pair to dance in LA

Trail run to raise funds for Tayla’s participation at world champs SINCE the age of three Tayla Meecham has blossomed as a dancer so much...

Best ever Nite series in store

Four trails at superb venues ENTRIES are officially open for East London’s favourite night time trail running series. And the popular Out the Green Box...

Youngster revved up by sponsored motorcycle

IN RECOGNITION for his performances in the MX circuit, Beaconhurst Primary School pupil, Jayden Bruce-Alexander has received a Yamaha YZ85 motocross motorcycle sponsored by...

Extreme moves: Stephen oozes class at Grand Prix Circuit

Hot action at circuit AN EXCEPTIONAL, balmy late autumn afternoon delivered great Extreme Festival motor racing at the East London Grand Prix Circuit on Saturday...

Saddle up for big mountain bike ride

MOUNTAIN bike action is kicks into gear at the end of the month as the Daily Dispatch Mountain Bike Challenge takes centrestage at Wings...

Pedal to the metal

Extreme Festival heads to GP circuit EAST London's legendary Grand Prix Circuit will play host to the third round of the 2017 Extreme Festival on...

Kingsridge win Border Inland tourney

KINGSRIDGE had another successful outing when they won the Border Inland tournament in the SPAR Eastern Cape Schoolgirls Hockey Challenge for the second time...

Two earn colours for golden track records

TWO pupils from Baysville School were recently awarded colours for their outstanding and sustained achievements in athletics. The young athletes, Tracey-Lee Swartbooi and Charl Schaup...

Once in a lifetime opportunity for aspiring SA footballers

Newly crowned English Premier League champions Chelsea Football club have launched a once in a lifetime opportunity for aspiring South African footballers writes Bareng-Batho...

De Kock steals show while George SA’s top umpire

DESPITE Quinton de Kock being the star of the show as he cleaned up at a glittering Cricket South Africa (CSA) awards function at...

Get into shape with Zumba

  JOIN Mansoor Galant, Zin Jammer and fitness instructor Lisa Botha at Hudson Park Primary School hall on May 19 if you would like to...

Hudsonian pride

Trio to fly SA flag in various disciplines THREE Hudson Park High School pupils, Sisipho Ndlabhu, Kwanda Mbalekwa and Rhys Poovan will be representing South...

Promoting unity through football

YOUTH of King William’s Town and surrounding areas recently took part in a soccer event at Zwelitsha Stadium with more than 200 fans attending...

Saddling up for big race

Athletes’ excitement builds for tough Expedition Africa ADVENTURE Racing World Series event, Expedition Africa kicks off on Sunday in the Baviaans and Kouga Region. Thirty-nine teams...

Thrills and spills of Superbikes

IT WAS another day of thrill-a-minute action when the Superbike series took place at the East London Grand Prix Circuit at the weekend. Petrolheads came...
HOCKEY SIEGE: The Selborne U13A hockey side were invited to play in the fourth Grey PE hockey festival which was held on April 21-23. Grey Junior in Port Elizabeth have won the past three tournaments. On the Sunday, Selborne walked away with the trophy by beating Grey on home ground. No goals were scored against Selborne during this tournament and Charlie Caswell was the goalkeeper of the tournament Picture: SUPPLIED

We are the champions

HOCKEY SIEGE: The Selborne U13A hockey side were invited to play in the fourth Grey PE hockey festival which was held on April 21-23....

Bikers roar in for Stutterheim ride

300 motorcyclists rev up for Tablers STUTTERHEIM Round Table 103 held their annual Bike Ride at the weekend. The occasion has become one of Round Table’s...

Springboks drawn with world champions New Zealand in Rugby World Cup...

The Springboks were drawn with world champions New Zealand in Pool B for Rugby World Cup 2019‚ at a ceremony in Kyoto on Wednesday. ...
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WATCH: Intrepid South African oarsmen step ashore after 92-day Cape to...

Two South Africans completed the most southerly row across the Atlantic ocean on Tuesday. Braam Malherbe and Wayne Robertson made it to Rio de Janeiro...
SLICK MOVE: Hellenic winger, Rivaldo Madden (blue jersey), tries to get past his opponent during their King East Local Football Association league game against Violets in Breidbach over the weekend. The game ended in a goalless draw. Results of other league games played are: Extension Utd 4 FC Chox 2; Aces 2 Celtic 7; Barcelona 2 Nerina 0; King Spurs 5 Gunners 3 Picture: DESMOND COETZEE

Colossal Kelfa showdowns

SLICK MOVE: Hellenic winger, Rivaldo Madden (blue jersey), tries to get past his opponent during their King East Local Football Association league game against...

Hockey honchos

FIGHTING FOR POSSESSION: Africans Hockey Club centre forward Abigail Thompson (blue jersey) battles for ball possession with a Old Selbornians (Old Boys) third team opponent...

Brumbies impress with Collegians win

KING Brumbies Rugby Football Club made home ground advantage with a convincing 43-12 win over Old Collegians at the weekend (April 22). The Breidbach-based side...

Big derby goes pink

IN A bid to help fight cancer and also help raise funds for Choc, the Selborne College versus Queens College derby day on May...

GO! SCHOOLS

 

Mixed bag of results but BCM schoolboys shine at rugby fest

Four players get ticket to Sharks Academy BUFFALO City schools had mixed fortunes at the 10th Standard Bank Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival held over the...

Fighting fit at Fish River

Karateka from Shotokan Circle of Karate competed in the 2017 UWKSA Championships at Fish River recently. The participants are, from back left, Sean O’Connell...

Sawyer hits top form at the Buffalo City Pro

THE second round of the City Surf Series, the Buffalo City Pro, presented by Reef Wetsuits, took place at Nahoon Reef over the Easter...

BCM dancers keep in step at championships

NICOLE Windell's Steps of Style Dance Studio performed well in the South African Championships of Performing Arts last week and many dancers were chosen...
Gonubie Primary School took part in the Grens Rugby Festival recently. It was a tournament aimed largely at preparing primary schools for the long and arduous season ahead. The Gonubie team performed very well, winning two of their three matches played. Part of the team in the photo are, from left, Luke Johnson, Seth Collins, Lethu Mjikeliso, BB Babaso, Lux Mente, Amahle Jongolo, Camron Fransman, Jared Durrheim, Langa Mluma and Khaka Pakada

Ready to rumble

Gonubie Primary School took part in the Grens Rugby Festival recently. It was a tournament aimed largely at preparing primary schools for the long...
Clarendon rowers recently took a very exciting trip to Roodeplaat Dam in Pretoria to participate in the South African Schools Rowing Championships. The Clarendon girls did the school proud and managed to bring back five medals. Pictured is the U15 Octuple team that won gold, celebrating with coach Kate Godfrey. The team consists of Amy Newey, Morgan Deutschman, Rozanne Kruger, Emily Sparg, Quinta Kieck, Nikita Van Rooi, Eden Krug, Mia Scheepers, Jessica Shadwell

Proud team of rowers

Clarendon rowers recently took a very exciting trip to Roodeplaat Dam in Pretoria to participate in the South African Schools Rowing Championships. The Clarendon...

Teams Tuff it out in adventure race

Nevarest, Painted Wolf win categories in 150km epic THE abundant “Transkei”, a wild and mystic land drenched in history and promise, proved to be the...

Fundisa schoolboys go for gold

Four pupils jet off to SA swimming champs SOMEBODY might wonder how it is possible for boys with special needs, and who are from a...

Taste of Wits Academy for youngsters

FOUR Carlos Soccer Youth Development Academy (CSYDA) young footballers travelled to Gauteng to join Bidvest Wits Football Club for a week’s training. Athenkosi Badi, Musa...

Athlete excels at champs

Sidiki wins bronze in the 80m dash DESPITE a knee injury and a sprained ankle, Veronique Sidiki pulled out all the stops to emerge the...

Angola to give Bafana a run for their money, says coach

Newly-appointed Angola coach Roberto Bianchi says his team will give Bafana Bafana a run for their money when the two teams clash in an...
Stirling Primary pupils did exceptionally well at the Surfer’s Marathon recently. In fact, the first three boys’ positions and the first two girls’ positions in the Junior Surfers all went to Stirling pupils. From left are, Kiara Herman (first U13 girl), Amber Herman (second U13 girl), Sherwin Bauer (third U13 boy), Nathan Gallacher (first U13) and Asha Hoare (second U13 boy)

Stirling’s Surfers pride

Stirling Primary pupils did exceptionally well at the Surfer’s Marathon recently. In fact, the first three boys’ positions and the first two girls’ positions...
Members from the Shotokan Circle of Karate – East London dojo – won medals at the All-Shotokan karate championships held in Grahamstown last month. The medal winners are, from left, Ethan Chipps (bronze for kata), Sean O'Connell (gold for kata and gold for kumite), Jaco van der Merwe (gold for kata and gold for kumite) and Morné van der Merwe (silver for kata)

HARD FOUGHT

Members from the Shotokan Circle of Karate – East London dojo – won medals at the All-Shotokan karate championships held in Grahamstown last month....
George Randell Primary School would like to congratulate Tristan Hoffman for placing second in the U13 high jump category at the Eastern Cape Primary Schools Athletics Competition held in Cradock on March 4. Tristan will go on to represent us at national level. Congratulations Tristan! You have done us extremely proud

Well done Tristan Hoffman

George Randell Primary School would like to congratulate Tristan Hoffman for placing second in the U13 high jump category at the Eastern Cape Primary...