The top four rugby sides have played themselves into contention, as the South African Rugby Union confirmed the date and teams for the semi-finals of the 2007 Women’s Inter-Provincial League.
South Africa’s highest internationally ranked female surfers slipped down the ratings after the completion of women’s WQS and World Tour events in Brazil during the past week.
Rookie ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS) campaigner East Londoner Nikita Robb was a top South African surfer at the Rip Curl Boardmasters in Newquay, England on the weekend.
Rookie South African surfing pro Nikita Robb stayed on track for her best result of the year, by advancing to the last eight at the 5 Star R175 000 Rip Curl Boardmasters women’s event at Fistral Beach in Newquay, England, on Friday.
South Africa’s mid-year international contest season is now in the history books and attention shifts to the domestic scene as the race for the country’s most prestigious junior surfing titles resumes at Victoria Bay in the Southern Cape next weekend.
South African Under 18 Champion Nikita Robb (East London) won the Girl’s titles at the 2007 Mr Price Pro Junior in Durban on Saturday, after competing in 2-3 foot surf at Durban’s New Pier in one part of the Durban Beach Festival.
A combined Border team posted a huge 48,554 team score, the highest score in 15 years to blow their provincial opponents away and win the 35 year old President’s Cup, for only the third time in the 41 year history of the event.
Good four-foot off-shore surf continued at the world-famous Nahoon Reef for Day Two of the 2007 South African Surfing Championships to the delight organisers, as the second round continues in East London.
Nahoon Reef delivered epic 4-6 foot offshore surf for the first day of the 41st edition of the 2007 South African Surfing Championships on Thursday, as warm weather and clear skies surf greeted competitors in East London.
Ten of the best female surfers in South Africa are currently in Mozambique, preparing for the start of the inaugural Roxy Invitational which is set to take place at one of the perfect right-hand point-breaks in the area.