images/stories/images/2019/sep2019/27sep2019/picju-t1.jpgNorth West Ju Jitsu students have claimed victory this past weekend in the Morganti World championships held in Klerksdorp when the incredible students walked away with ten (10) gold Six (6) silver and four (4) Bronze medals. The champions will have to prepare themselves now for the national championships on October 19 in Kempton Park, to qualify for next year’s International tournament to be held in Valencia Spain.
To read the full story, read our 20 September 2019 issue.
MAHIKENG MAIL - MAHIKENG: Magra FC Academy has been invited to participate in the inaugural Mamelodi Sundowns Under 10, Top 8 tournament at the Mamelodi Sundowns Academy, Clapman High School in Pretoria - on September 14.
To read the full story, read our 13 September 2019 issue.
The GoAllOut organisation (NPO-PBO Sec 18A) which consists of over 150 volunteers from the North West University, Mahikeng Secondary and Sol Plaatje Secondary Schools held its 3rd annual Run Ur Dream fundraising event last Saturday at Mahikeng Mall from where the race started and ended. The 5km colour run saw over 1000 runners take part in the event. Participants comprised of children, youth and adults who came out “to run and play”. Mahikeng has over 20 open spaces which can be turned into playgrounds for youth and can accommodate well over 26, 000 children and youth. The organisation aims to upgrade and renovate these playgrounds over the next five years to make them attractive and safe for children and teenagers. Other activities which can accommodate a skate park for young skateboarders can also be featured in these playgrounds to be used by youngsters who usually run the risk of injury by skating on public roads. For more info/donations contact Coach Won on 074 702 1038:
MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: The North West Provincial Sports Confederation hosted Youth celebration games in Mahikeng last weekend and with four Districts that were equally represented on Basketball, Football, Netball and Volleyball respectively.
To read the full story, read our 30 August 2019 issue.