Rhodes University Archery Club hosted the Eastern Cape Archery Championships on the Great Field over the weekend of 15 and 16 February.
Kuyasa Special School pupils Devernito du Plessis and Deano Jack represented the Eastern Province basketball side at the South African school sport for the intellectually impaired.
Grahamstown's favourite fun run, the Makana Brick 8km Nite Race, is once again upon us. Taking place on Wednesday 5 March, residents still have time to fit in a few training runs before race day.
Swallows and Grahamstown Brumbies rugby clubs hosted friendly rugby fixtures at the Oval on Saturday 8 February.
Neap tides and cold water greeted swimmers for the annual St Andrew’s College, DSG and St Andrew’s Preparatory School's Bushman’s River Mile Challenge.
Get results for all the sports events that took place in the last week from Friday 7 February to 14 February - from school rugby to the bowling club, it's all here!
In their clash against Woodridge on Saturday 8 February, Kingswood chose to bowl first, in overcast conditions.
St Andrew's College hosted Queens College on Saturday, followed by North Eastern Cape High School on Sunday 9 February, winning both games convincingly.
St Andrew’s College took to the water on Saturday 1 February for the first regatta of 2014, the East Cape Sprints Regatta at Settlers Dam.
PJ Olivier held its inter-house athletics at the school (field events) and at Rhodes University Prospect Field (track) recently.
Read the Tuesday 11 March 2014 edition:
Dear Editor - please publish (again) Municipal officials and Councilors salaries - and perhaps their daily account at Kentucky! And where does the R15 million come from for Egazini museum?
In order to protect girls from getting cervical cancer caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), the government has decided to conduct a national vaccination campaign in 2014 to vaccinate girls in Grade 4 who are 9 years and older. Read more here!
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