As well as awards for the race itself, the race was the last of a series of six mountain biking events across the province and so Limpopo Colours were also handed out to those who have obtained the necessary points across the series.
Twee mini trampoline gimnaste van Zani’s gimnastiek het Limpopo-kleure verwerf waar hulle gekwalifiseer het om tydens die ‘SA Gym Games’ deel te neem die afgelope Oktober.
Local driver Eddie Simpson and Pretoria based navigator Isabel Raath in a Opel Corsa finished sixth overall and first in class D.
Bosveld Jagters-en Wildbewaringsvereniging, Letaba Tak, het weereens hul self oortref met die aanbieding van hul jaarlikse groeperingskietdag wat plaasgevind het op 13 Oktober.
Advice from a stranger on the driving range led to immediate rewards for Vernon Koekemoer of Swartklip Golf Club.
Former radio news anchor, Freddy Rikhotso, was once again crowned Limpopo’s second fastest man.
The tournament was organised in order to raise money for emerging farmers as part of the recent Agri Expo and a total of more than R80 000 was raised at the event.
Tzaneen’s very own soccer star, Karabo ‘Mboma’ Mookamedi, can attest to Oprah Winfrey’s quote that ‘The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams’ after realising his soccer dream.
After the Waterburg Defensive Pistol Club (WBDPC) took the top spot last year, the Hoedspruit team were left with a score to settle in 2018.
When local soccer star, Karabo ‘Mboma’ Mookamedi quit playing soccer two years ago, he did not realise that the best was yet to come.
Whilst the rest of the town slept, those clad in their active wear took to the streets of Tzaneen to compete in 5 km, 10 km and 21 km races last Saturday.