Klerksdorp het ’n “Bok” in Japan

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - Verskeie studente en oud-studente van die NWU is betrokke by die Rugbywêreldbeker in Japan. Die mees belangrikste “Bok” is boonop ‘n Klerksdorper van geboorte! Die Springbokke se voorry-afrigter, Matt Proudfoot, is ‘n gebore Klerksdorper. Hy het al die NWU se eerstespan afgerig en was betrokke by die stigting van die rugby instituut.

To read the full story, read page 20 of our 18 October 2019 issue.

Cricket champions on top

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Potchefstroom - The North West Dragons Women’s team hosted their franchise partners, Central Gauteng Lions Women, in the CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day competition at Witrand Oval. The home side gave debut starts to two 14-year-old girls, Tshegofatso Molefe (Matlosana Hub) & Nthabiseng Nini (Ikageng Hub), who come from the CSA Hub development structures.

Wenners by ovaalbaan

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - Klerksdorp Raceway het die super drifters die afgelope naweek hier gehad wat gesorg het vir baie aksie by die maandelikse hotrod byeenkoms. Klerksdorper Kobus Beukes het die Tintop-uitdaging op Saterdag 12 Oktober gewen met Christo Holtshausen en Eben Dupper in tweede en derde plek onderskeidelik.

To read the full story, read page 20 of our 18 October 2019 issue.

Frankryk wink vir Wessie

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - ‘n Matrikulant van Hoërskool Wesvalia vertrek net na sy eindeksamen na Frankryk waar hy vir die klub Perpignan gaan rugby speel. Jason Nel het besluit om sy rugbyloopbaan voort te sit in Frankryk waar hy ‘n professionele kontrak geteken het.

To read the full story, read page 20 of our 11 October 2019 issue.

Run Rosalie, run

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - Rosalie Lundstrom is the first lady to complete her 250th at Klerksdorp parkrun. She crossed the finish line this past weekend at position number 131 on Saturday 5 October at Klerksdorp parkrun’s 260th event with a time of 42:08.

To read the full story, read page 20 of our 11 October 2019 issue.

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