The school management, staff and pupils wish Junior well in the upcoming competition.
Race organiser, Annie Batchelder said, “The race continues to grow in appeal and popularity every year and we are proud that it has become a catalyst for economic growth in the province.”
The KwaZulu-Natal Inland Cricket Union have announced that Yashveer Singh will take over the role of Coaching Manager along with three other changes across their administrative and coaching staff.
Other data that was scrutinised included economic impact studies from previous Rugby World Cup events, rugby tournaments and internationals held in South Africa as well as other large sports events hosted here in the past.
On the home front, the newest Panther Rakesh Harikasun successfully completed a half marathon hosted by SAPS under the Sunny Durban skies.
Since its inception, multiple Proteas and franchise players have come through its ranks. This year’s event continued the tournament’s hero making trend.
Apart from the 200 karatekas who participated, with dedication to the sport, the spectator capacity was amazing.
An invite is extended to all youth to join this programme which takes place every Wednesday at 4pm from the Flambel Pool parking.
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In total, 11 schools participated in this event which saw athletes taking part in track and field events.
Panthers star and comrades Silver medalists, Temba Qhaniso manoeuvred his way through with his power walking and finished in 2.38.