Smiles at Private Property and Caxton’s charitable golf day being held at Mount Edgecombe Country Club.
Dudley Pringle Dam came alive over the weekend for another Durban Waterproofing and Roofing North Coast Courier Orphan Fund fishing fun day
The Dolphins went up against the South Coast Warriors at Sugar Rush Park on Saturday in sweltering heat. The second team took to the field first and managed a comprehensive win over their opponents, finishing off on 53-10. The first team were not as convincing on the field though. The Warriors have just come down from the premier league, so they are the team to beat in the 2018 league.
The Ballito Dolphins rugby club started their 2018 season with a show of forceful intent when they flattened the PMB Collegians. The curtain raiser for the two league rugby games was the first Dolphins Hockey game of the year.
The sun was out, the beer was cold and the braai was pumping as the Ballito Lions celebrated another day of bat and ball during the Ricky Braham Cricket tournament on Sunday.
The Dolphin Coast’s ninja impis came out on Saturday to once again test their mettle on the Holla Trails at Sugar Rush Park.
The Great Railroad Brewing Company Ballito Dolphins Rugby Club held their prizegiving last weekend after a tough but good season.
Ballito company ConinghamLee played host to a fantastically fun around-the-world golf day at Umhlali Country Club last Friday. Golfers enjoyed a little taste of international travel as each hole was sponsored by a different company, whose representatives dressed up in themed costumes from around the world.
Throwing their walking sticks and knitting aside, senior citizens from across Ilembe took part in the heart-stopping Elderly Golden Games at Stanger High School last Friday.
More than one hundred people started their weekend at the Numz Adventure Island on the NR 467, Tinley Manor for the weekly 5km park run on Saturday.
The Dolphin Coast’s ninja impis came out on Sunday to test their mettle on the Holla Trails at Sugar Rush Park. Course designers Dwain Swiegers, Justin Christoforus and Tim Lyle thoroughly enjoyed seeing the participants giving it their all.