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.
For the past 20 years I discovered many talented youngsters with my pen and paper. Some of the players who went to make a name for themselves in football and graced our back page headlines include Thabo Rakhale, Abia Nale and Steve “Chippa” Lekoelea to mention but a few.
EVATON. – Vaal Monate FC was crowned the Pooe Heritage Day Tournament champions after they beat Junior Palace FC 4-2 in the minutes-thriller final at the Beheman Rovers dusty soccer grounds in Evaton over the weekend.
I was sitting there listening to soccer fans talking about how football used to make them forget their problems. I was also sitting there and one of the best memories of the venue was when Bra Thoms Blackpool played to a goalless draw with my former team Evaton Ocena Stars. It was an exciting game.
Gorilla warfare versus dog’s life
A young golf star from Carletonville once again did very well at a big tournament recently.
Austria is the next destination for Carletonville’s Moto GP sensation, Brad Binder who is flying the South African flag high in the Moto 3 series on his Red Bull KTM bike.
SEBOKENG. – Pule Qokolweni is a young, up-and-coming, ambitious coach who is destined for a great future, not only in football but also in empowering the community as far as fitness and health are concerned.