Doodsklok lui vir rugbyklub

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - Die Vaal Reefs Rugbyklub is in April 1940 gestig en is een van die oudste rugbyklubs in die land, maar gaan nou sy deure sluit. Die plaaslike kragmetings tussen Vaal Reefs en Klerksdorp rugbyklub was altyd ‘n hoogtepunt op die rugby kalender, maar finansies en ‘n tekort aan spelers het die doodsklok vir Vaal Reefs laat lui.

To read the full story, read page 24 of our 9 November 2018 issue.

Matlosana awards sportsmen and women

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - The City Council of Matlosana and Matlosana Sport Council hosted the 2018 Matlosana Community Sport Merit Awards to honour the local sportmen and sportwomen who have performed and represented the city all over. Nominees, individuals and clubs were nominated from schools, federations and sport clubs.

To read the full story, read page 13 of our 2 November 2018 issue.

Ju-Jitsu glory in Gibraltar

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - Megan Jordaan represented the South African Nations team at the United Nations of Ju-Jitsu Championship 2018 which was held in Gibraltar recently. She won two silver medals at the championship. Megan, who just turned 18 before the championships, was selected to represent South Africa at the United Nations of Ju-Jitsu championships and was also awarded her South African Presidents Colours in Ju-Jitsu.

To read the full story, read page 24 of our 2 November 2018 issue.

SAPSA Handgun Nationals a success

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - The SAPSA Handgun 3rd round National Championship was held in Klerksdorp this past weekend and crowned a few local successful shooters to continue in the continuing rounds of the competition. 331 Participants from all over South Africa attended the national championships at the Frontier shooting range just outside Klerksdorp on the Buffeldoorn road. 

To read the full story, read page 24 of our 2 November 2018 issue.

Local gymnasts go for gold

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Senior gymnasts from the Klerksdorp School of Gymnastics (KSG) performed excellent at the recent National Gym Games held during the October school holidays in Pretoria and Johannesburg.

  • These rhythmic gymnasts excelled and achieved the following places, (back) Rozel Coetzee (Level 10, second place), Palesa Mohlamme (Senior Olympic, third place), Tatiana Lavrenchouk-Vizer (coach), Lilica Burger (Senior Olympic, first place), Hlompho Tlale (Level 4), Kara Muller-Van Schalkwyk (Level 4, first place and highest overall score), (front) Akira Stander (High Performance 1, first place), Lebo Maake (High Performance 2, first place), Delrike Maritz (Level 5) and Siyanda Tom (Level 8, second place). Jana Erasmus (Level 5, third place) and Candice Uys (Senior Olympic, second place) were absent.

    These rhythmic gymnasts excelled and achieved the following places, (back) Rozel Coetzee (Level 10, second place), Palesa Mohlamme (Senior Olympic, third place), Tatiana Lavrenchouk-Vizer (coach), Lilica Burger (Senior Olympic, first place), Hlompho Tlale (Level 4), Kara Muller-Van Schalkwyk (Level 4, first place and highest overall score), (front) Akira Stander (High Performance 1, first place), Lebo Maake (High Performance 2, first place), Delrike Maritz (Level 5) and Siyanda Tom (Level 8, second place). Jana Erasmus (Level 5, third place) and Candice Uys (Senior Olympic, second place) were absent.

  • Lilica Burger (15) was awarded as Best Senior Olympic Gymnast and Miss Elegance at the recent National Gym Games.

    Lilica Burger (15) was awarded as Best Senior Olympic Gymnast and Miss Elegance at the recent National Gym Games.

  • These boys, trained by Oleg Vizer (back, right), shined at the recent National Gym Games in Pretoria. In the front row are Bhula Ngcengeni (Level 7, first place overall, highest overall score, gold medals for all six apparatus), Ruben De Klerk (Class 1, High performance, fifth place overall, one bronze medal), Stephan Pelser (Level 5, first place overall, highest overall score, four gold medals and one silver) and back Keanan De Vries (Level 6, first place overall, highest overall score, one gold and one bronze medal).

    These boys, trained by Oleg Vizer (back, right), shined at the recent National Gym Games in Pretoria. In the front row are Bhula Ngcengeni (Level 7, first place overall, highest overall score, gold medals for all six apparatus), Ruben De Klerk (Class 1, High performance, fifth place overall, one bronze medal), Stephan Pelser (Level 5, first place overall, highest overall score, four gold medals and one silver) and back Keanan De Vries (Level 6, first place overall, highest overall score, one gold and one bronze medal).

  • These artistic gymnasts from KSG proved themselves at the National Gym Games in Pretoria - (front) Chané Scholtz (Level 4), Ria Schulenburg (Level 4, first place overall, three gold and one silver medal), Zanté Lemmer (Level 5, third place overall, one silver and one bronze medal), Carmin Schulenburg (Level 6, first place overall and three gold medals), (back) Christelie Jansen Van Vuuren (Level 6), Enrica Buys (Level 5), Keandra Jooste (Level 4), Thelanné Joubert (Level 4) and Mia Visser (Level 6). With them are their proud coaches Suzette de Villiers and Yana Vizer-Graceffa.

    These artistic gymnasts from KSG proved themselves at the National Gym Games in Pretoria - (front) Chané Scholtz (Level 4), Ria Schulenburg (Level 4, first place overall, three gold and one silver medal), Zanté Lemmer (Level 5, third place overall, one silver and one bronze medal), Carmin Schulenburg (Level 6, first place overall and three gold medals), (back) Christelie Jansen Van Vuuren (Level 6), Enrica Buys (Level 5), Keandra Jooste (Level 4), Thelanné Joubert (Level 4) and Mia Visser (Level 6). With them are their proud coaches Suzette de Villiers and Yana Vizer-Graceffa.