South Africa plays host to the 8th World Masters Squash Championships in Cape Town from 16th – 21st October.
Granville West of Port Elizabeth was named captain of the 2006 SA Surfing Team at the Colours Awards evening in Cape Town Monday night.
The Gus and Raymond Ackerman Champs were held at Durbanville, Cape Town, during the past weekend, consisting of two competitions, the Gus and Raymond Ackerman Championships, and the Jonathan Ackerman tournament.
A Great White shark cruising close inshore interrupted the first day’s proceedings at the Kahuna Surf Series contest for novice surfers at Muizenberg Corner in Cape Town on Saturday, forcing the organisers to halt the event temporarily until the shark moved off.
Squash South Africa is hosting the 36th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the World Squash Federation in Cape Town, at the Cape Town Conference Centre, from Thursday 5th October until Saturday 7th October.
The 8th World Masters Championships scheduled for Cape Town, South Africa from 16-21 October will see the biggest individual squash championships ever in Africa, with 672 players from 31 countries participating in the 16 age-group sections.
A light drizzle that cleared later did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of the competitors and spectators at the festival of female surfing action in Durban on Sunday as Sarah Maritz took the premier Open women’s title in the first of four Billabong “Girls Get Out There’ Summer Surf Series events.
Cape Town plays host to a unique sports challenge this weekend to help raise awareness among youth about the importance of sport.
Bertine Strauss (NW), a shooting star and up-and-coming junior of only 14 years beat Kelli Shean (WP A) in singles match play in the first round of the Pick ‘n Pay Inter-Provincial Championship played at Germiston Golf Club.
Defending Champions, Gauteng Lions once again proved that they are definitely a team to contend with on a low score of 582 in this year’s Pick ‘n Pay Inter-Provincial Tournament.