“Well done to everyone who took part and especially to those who went the extra mile (literally) to secure the win in their respective categories.”
“The trail was tough because of all the steep hills and turns. But I didn’t mind at all. It was a good run.”
The league started at the beginning of November, with the Krugersdorp Bowling Club wanting to involve the school community to help grow its membership.
Over 350 rugby enthusiasts had the opportunity to meet 15 rugby legends at the Aand van Legendes hosted by SA Sports and Hospitality at Silverstar Casino on Saturday, 22 October. Players from the Springbok team that won the 1995 Rugby World Cup blessed the audience with their presence and was more than happy to spend time with their fans; signing their shirts and rugby balls, and enjoying a delicious feast with them.
Krugersdorp’s very own Olympic bronze medalist, Henry James Loubscher celebrated a milestone birthday on 8 August.
Members of the Aroeke Fitness team excelled at the Sibanye North-West Development Show recently under the guidance of their equally skilled coach, Princess Susan Fourie.
The Easter Weekend Bets of the West Festival played off at Krugersdorp High School and welcomed teams from all over the country and beyond.
Friendly cricket at Caxton Khosa Club promotes sportsmanship and keeps the children out of the malls.
The 21 cyclist paddled across town on their way to Bloemfontein to complete the annual tour in aid of Bible distribution.
Young tennis players were going about the routine practices when the News stopped by.
The race saw between four and five thousand cyclists cycling the Muldersdrift hills.