Sports

Hockey festival at Kingswood/Sports Festival at DSG

Kingswood College hosted its annual Co-Ed 1st team hockey festival over the past weekend. The festival was made up of 28 teams - 14 girls' teams and 14 boys' teams.

MSA knocked out of cup

Shandis Football Club struggle past determined Muslim Student Association (MSA) with a 1-0 win to proceed into the next round of Rhodes Internal league soccer, knockout stages. 

Top-flight athletics in Port Elizabeth

Another action-packed night of track and field athletics is scheduled tonight, as the Athletics South Africa Night Series moves to the coastal city of Port Elizabeth. 

WEB - MSA knocked out of cup

Shandis Football Club struggle past determined Muslim Student Association (MSA) with a 1-0 win to proceed into the next round of Rhodes Internal league soccer, knockout stages.

St Andrew’s old boy chasing Springbok dream

Tipped by former St Andrew’s College director of rugby Allan Miles as a potential future Springbok, Eastern Province Kings flanker Sintu Manjezi is more than living up to the promise he showed as a schoolboy in Grahamstown.

Rhodes Phoenix wins as power outage stops Lily White fixture short

Rhodes University Phoenix rugby side beat Lily White 19-12 in their third game of the South Eastern District Rugby Union (Sedru) league on Friday 15 April. The game was stopped five minutes before full-time after the floodlights went out, but nevertheless provided fans with an enthralling spectacle.

Rhodes Inter res soccer continues

The Rhodes inter res league resumed earlier this week, with a few teams looking to bounce back from their disappointing start to the campaign. Those teams who started strong in the first week, continued with the impressive start to the campaign.

SUPERSPORT HIGHLIGHTS – 15 TO 17

Scotland, who seem to draw the South Africans nearly every round, must be sick and tired of the sight of the Blitzboks and face another match of chasing shadows in the Singapore Sevens on Saturday and Sunday. 

Grahamstown local ready for Currie Cup bow

When the Vodacom Bulls Currie Cup side was announced on Thursday, not many Grahamstown locals would’ve guessed that one of their own was in it. 

St Andrews old boy to captain EP Kings

EP Kings coach Robbi Kempson has announced his team for their second Currie Cup match against Boland on Saturday, naming St Andrew's old boy Sintu Manjezi as the captain.