A certificate was issued to the cluster commander Major General Ngobeni for his active participation in the annual SAPS sport day event since 2009.
The women have definitely done Team VAC proud once again and look forward to participating in the next challenge.
The event, a first for KDAC after over 10 years, will see a 10km run and walk commencing at 7am, while the 4km fun run will commence an hour later at 8am.
All members and non-members are welcome to join in the 10km,12km 15km or 20km training runs/walks.
They beat a highly talented Amanzimtoti Cricket Academy team by nine runs. This was a massive win for the boys. Man of the match Riley Kasipersad scored 61 runs and took four wickets.
The ceremony paid tribute to teams as well as excellent performance of individual players over the 2016/2017 season.
His 50 years of work and dedication to karate has certainly not gone unnoticed as this is a first for South Africa.
These events cater for the returning Comrades finishers and middle distance runners.
The party was enjoyed by all members of the sporting club.
Sanjeev Roopnarain walked 10km after being out of action for a couple of months due to a foot fracture at the end of 2016.
The AUSC region 5 is made up of the following countries: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa. The tournament drew over 250 competitors from those countries.