Thursday, September 20, 2018

K-Day hockey clashes

THE keenly anticipated annual K-Day clash between St Andrew’s College and Kingswood College is not only about the rugby. Many of the hockey matches in...

Midwinter dip

IT was absolutely freezing this morning when 15 of the hardiest people - young and old,  male and female - congregated at Kelly's Beach...

Port Alfred wins Royals golf rumble again

ROYAL Port Alfred Golf Club (RPAGC) won the 28th annual Royals Golf Tournament, beating five other Royal clubs over a three-day tournament with 125...

Hero’s welcome for novice Port Alfred cyclist

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Daniel Otto of Port Alfred received a hero’s welcome as he finished the Fish River Sun Mountain Bike Challenge two-day stage race today. It...

Race to the finish in the Fish River Sun MTB Challenge

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Cyclists approaching the finish of the Fish River Sun Mountain Bike Challenge today – the final day of the two-day stage race. It was...

Springboks beat France in Durban

South Africa scored four tries to beat France 37-15 in the second Test at Kings Park Stadium in Durban on Saturday to wrap up...

Indigenous games a big treat with locals

ENDLOVINI in Port Alfred hosted the third official Sarah Baartman Indigenous Games Festival at the Mamityi Stadium last weekend, where teams from Ndlambe, Makana,...

South Africa A victorious over French Barbarians

In what was an uninspiring encounter‚ South Africa A emerged 36-28 winners over the French Barbarians in the first international rugby match to be...

Youth Day netball in Kenton

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There was fun competition on the netball court at Ikamva Lesizwe in Ekuphumleni as nine teams played in a round robin today. In this...

Youth Day soccer in Kenton

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The Teenagers (yellow bibs) take on KTM at the Ekuphumleni soccer fields at Kenton-on-Sea on Youth Day. Eleven soccer teams faced off. The event...

Late tries sink Junior Boks at World Championships

Outstanding No 8 Zach Mercer scored a late try, which flyhalf Max Malins converted, to give England a narrow win in a tense World...

Bafana coach Baxter admits he was far from confident in the...

Bafana Bafana managed to claw their way to the break goalless‚ but Stuart Baxter said he was far from confident at that stage‚ and...

India give SA masterclass in how to win when it matters

London - South Africa paid a high price for five minutes of madness in their shootout with India for a Champions Trophy semi-final place...

Nadal wins record-breaking 10th French Open

Rafael Nadal coasted to a record 10th French Open title on Sunday, demolishing Stan Wawrinka in a brutally one-sided final which also earned the...

Boks get back to winning ways with victory over France

Springboks’ 37-14 win over France at Loftus on Saturday night was far from polished but it gave the long suffering South African fans something...

Royal rumble at local golf courses this weekend

LAST year local golfers at Royal Port Alfred Golf Club (RPAGC) did the community proud as they took back the title of king of...

Gospel star recovering after Comrades health scare

Gospel star Jonas Masotla is reportedly recovering in hospital after he collapsed at the Comrades Marathon last Sunday. According to Sowetan Jonas was rushed to...

Alkana smashes SA 110m hurdles record

Antonio Alkana smashed the South African 110m hurdles record last night when he won at the Josef Odlozil Memorial in Prague in a time...

Herron first American female athlete since 1997 to become women’s Comrades...

American athlete Camille Herron gave credence to the unpredictable nature of the Comrades Marathon up run with her maiden win in a time of...

Bongmusa Mthembu wins his second Comrades Marathon

While he wasn't close to Leonid Shvetzov's 2008 record up run time of 5:24:49‚ he became the first South African runner to win two...

South Africa’s Kevin Anderson advances to Roland Garros last 16

Kevin Anderson matched his best run at Roland Garros by reaching the last 16 on Saturday with a five-set win over Britain's Kyle Edmund. The...

Tahir spins South Africa to big win over Sri Lanka

Leg-spinner Imran Tahir took four wickets as South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 96 runs to begin their Champions Trophy campaign in style in London...

Dad to bounce through Comrades for sick kids

AS if running the Comrades Marathon was not hard enough, a Durban businessman will be making it a little tougher for himself by bouncing...

Rugby: Port Alfred High School v Woodridge

The Port Alfred High School U13A rugby team in action against Woodridge Prep at the PAHS fields last Saturday. PAHS fought back from 0-26...

Hockey: Port Alfred High School v Woodridge

The Port Alfred High School U13A girls hockey team in action against Woodridge Prep at the PAHS fields last Saturday. Despite a valiant effort,...

DSG unbeaten in East London

THE DSG hockey club continued its impressive run of results against Clarendon Girls’ High School whom they played over the weekend. Following on from the...

St Andrew’s celebrates first win on Selborne homeground in 18 years

Rugby: St Andrew’s College vs Selborne College FOLLOWING their win against Grey Bloem the week before, it was a confident Selborne side that ran out...

Rabada soars to the top

Kagiso Rabada, the Proteas' 22-year-old pace sensation, has leapfrogged teammate Imran Tahir to become the No1 one- day international bowler in the world. The top...

DSG Junior School pupils selected for the EP Squash side

Congratulations to the DSG girls who have been selected for Eastern Province squash teams, from left, Kayleigh Clayton and Ashleigh Price for the U11...

St Andrew’s pupils selected for EP Country District Craven Week U18...

ST ANDREW’S COLLEGE RUGBY: Congratulations to the following boys who have been selected for the Eastern Province Country District Craven Week (U18) team, from...
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