The Railways Cricket Club celebrates its 70th anniversary this year and in commemoration of this, a special gala anniversary dinner will be held at the Palace Conference Centre on Saturday, December 8 from 6pm.
The summer time start of 5am, allowed members and the public to enjoy the rest of the day after a fresh start in the morning taking in the view of planes landing and taking off from the King Shaka International Airport.
Time trials continue every Thursday at 5: 30pm and is opened to members and non-members.
The officials and management of the Verulam Athletic Club congratulated their members for bringing honour to the sporting organisation once again and wished them well in future marathons.
CMA race director, Rowyn James said, “We reached the cap of 25,000 entries last night and therefore shut down the entry process. The unprecedented demand for Comrades Marathon entries has been amazing.”
All participating athletes enjoyed the route and said that the airport challenge is always an event that is filled with excitement and a sense of exhilaration.
Hosted by the Amanzimtoti Athletic Club, the marathon consisted of a scenic and undulating run along the coastline.
They successfully completed the 106km and 65km races, respectively.
Karate South Africa (KSA) believes in promoting and developing athletes for the future.
Heading the successful team is the sports coach of Sunford Primary School, Mr P Govender.
Rehaan was also the top batsman at the recent Shesha Junior T20 Bash held in Chatsworth.