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.
“The organisation was slick, the food the best I’ve had at any mountain biking event and the riding was sublime. Thank you to the whole Magoeba Team for making us local cyclists proud to be Tzaneeners – I WILL be back next year!”
The vehicles used were stock-standard and as one would buy them straight from the dealership, really proving their durability and versatility.
The event saw 102 competitors from all across the country take part in a number of Western Performance disciplines, including Western Pleasure, Trail, Dressage, Horsemanship, Reining and Ranch Horse.
A whole new movement of soccer playing grannies is rising all over South Africa and is all thanks to Tzaneen’s Vakhegula Vakhegula Football Club.
The first day pushed the runners a gruelling 40 km whilst the second day was 25 km.
“There was a great variety between the sectors. It kept you thinking all the time, changing your tactics and changing flies,” said Korrie Broos, an angler from the Western Province who has fished 18 National competitions.
THE 7th Annual Miami Magoebaskloof MTB Challenge will take place this weekend at Merensky High School.
Many says that boxing is a male sport but now women are dominating.