CJ Erasmus van die Hoërskool Ben Vorster is tydens die afgelope VKB Reitzweek verkies tot die ITEC Uitnodigings-rugbyspan wat Oktober na Ierland toer.
According to owner Hennie Smit, this year’s event promises to be even more spectacular, with the addition of a second spectator tarmac stage.
Eight members of the Letaba Bassmasters proudly took home the trophy of the South African Bass Anglers Association (SABAA) inter-provincial championship at the Tzaneen Dam last week.
At last week’s inter-provincial championship, the average age of the participating teams was late 30s to early 40s. Kurten acknowledged that this is a worrying trend for the sport and asked all members to be more proactive in encouraging junior members in the sport and allowing young members to gain experience from them by inviting them onto their boats.
When other grannies are busy knitting and doing gardening, one local granny and her friends are busy playing soccer.
The PSI Leopards League will be run over six weeks and starts the last weekend in August until the end of September when the finals will take place.
All three of our local participating schools, Merensky, Ben Vorster and Stanford Lake College, played excellent games of hockey.
Farm Portsmouth BJ Blyde which comprises of Laeveld Sitrus and Mahela was honoured to be a part of a ground-breaking venture between Limpopo farmers and the Mark Fish Foundation (MFF) on Youthday, June 16.
Stephen Madiye won a silver medal in the Comrades!
What incredible sporting athletes our small town is producing in many different sporting codes. Our local schools are certainly putting Tzaneen on the map.
Many students from Stanford Lake College will be representing Limpopo in the following sporting codes during the July holidays: