Local youngsters showcased their talent at the MCS Sedibeng Youth Tournament played at the Cecil Oldridge Park on Saturday and Sunday. This was the game between Two Touch FC and Young Chiefs
DENEYSVILLE. – The yearly AllCat Provincial Catamaran Competition held at the Stilbaai Yacht Club (SYC) over the weekend of October 14 and 15 was a huge success despite the weather.
Aqua Lounge is the newest cruiser on the Vaal River and can accommodate up to 50 guests.
VEREENIGING. – Nikita Duarttee (15) was crowned as the 2016 South African Powerboat F30 Champion at the annual PSA (Powerboat South Africa) prize giving in Benoni.
The World Shotokan Karate Federation (WSKF) South Africa once again hosted a very successful development tournament in Vanderbijlpark.
This was revealed at the tournament’s meeting held at Mohloli Secondary School in Sharpeville on Sunday. The meeting saw many local development coaches and managers attended the meeting as they want to be part of this annual tournament. Speaking to the teams – the tournament’s publicist Sello “Zilo” Tshabalala said after the group stages the tournament…
There is this old man by the name of Ntate Tsolo who used to visit Sedibeng Ster Sports offices to talk about football now and then. The last time TOUCHLINE saw this intellectual old man was writing Coaching Manuel Book in Sesotho. He was former soccer player himself played for the Moroka Swallows during those hey days.
Vaal Professional played to a goalless draw against Lerumo United in the ABC Motsepe League match played at the George Thabe Stadium in Sharpeville.
Spectators are welcome at the AllCat Provincials that take place at Stilbaai Yacht Club at Vaal Dam this weekend.
SEDIBENG. – Sensei Buti Maqabe hoisted the Sedibeng flag high when he was voted The Most Spirited Fighter at the Standliboyama/National Karate Championship held in Swaziland over the weekend. This was after he produced a five star performance in the heavy-weight division.
SHARPEVILLE. – All the Sedibeng junior soccer teams are invited to attend the Moso (MCS) Annual Development Tournament meeting scheduled to take place at Mohloli Secondary School in Sharpeville this Sunday at 09:00. This announcement was made to Sedibeng Ster Sport by one of the tournament organisers – Tebello “Benza” Kheswa.