Climbing gearing up for showpiece tournament

It is all systems go for Western Cape Climbing as they prepare to host the African Championships from 17 to 20 December at City Rock in Paardeneiland. The best of Africa will be competing for the continent’s two places – one for a male and one for a female climber – at next year’s Olympic […]

Soccer players hoping for a flying start in new year

While the professional soccer league is well underway, local football players are hopeful of a return to play soon and plans are being devised to make that possible. That is the word from Gerald Donn, president of the South African Soccer Federation Western Cape. He says the national competitions committee of SAFA would sit soon […]

Western Cape Climbing is ready to host Olympic qualifier

Western Cape Climbing is ready to host the best of the continent at the African Championships from 17 to 20 December at City Rock in Paardeneiland. The tournament serves as an Olympic qualifier and Western Cape will be strongly represented in the South African team, with 4 males and 4 females vying for the African […]

Organisers consider Cape equestrian meeting a success

The Motus-Mitsubishi Cape Town Western Cape Lower Novice Dressage Championships 2020 took place at the Sarda Centre in Constantia the past weekend and the organisers deemed it a big success. The Western Cape Equestrian Federation is hosting events again after receiving the green light for a return to play after a Covid-19-enforced absence from live […]

Track cyclists set the bar high at Western Cape meeting

The Western Cape Track Cycling Championships was held at the Bellville Velodrome the past weekend and Corné Bence, president of Western Cape Cycling, says it was a major success. Corné said they had many more entries than usual and ascribes it to the fact that the riders have not had a chance to compete as […]

Tug of War picking up speed nicely after lockdown

Western Cape Tug of War is slowly but surely finding its feet again after the lifting of the ban on competition due to the Coronavirus. The past Saturday the South African Club Tug of War Championships took place at the ATKV Amphitheatre in Hartenbos. On November 7, the Western Cape Tug of War Championships take […]

Western Cape ringball players can look forward to some action

Western Cape Ringball players will be excited to hear the news that they will be in action soon after having been on the courts for the last time during March. Their president, Wynand Zaayman, said now that the gates are open again, they are planning a round robin tournament in three different towns. Western Cape […]

Western Cape boxers looking forward to first fight night

Boxers in the Western Cape will be in action again this coming Saturday after a long absence from the ring due to the lockdown brought about by the Coronavirus. That is the good news from adv. Kwababana, Secretary General of Western Cape Boxing. He said at an administrative level, things are looking good again for […]

Women and Girls Commission’s Zoom session successful again

The Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation’s Women and Girls Commission recently hosted yet another online session. Dr Debbie Alexander, Clinical Psychologist and SASCOC head of high performance, was joined by Dr Denise Bouah, author of the recently released book Sport Psychology for Children. The meeting took place on the Zoom online meeting platform and Sunette […]

Western Cape cyclists enjoying being back on track

It is almost all systems go again for Western Cape Cycling, with riders competing again on the track and mountains. According to Corne Bence, president of Western Cape Cycling, race organisers and the cyclists adapted quickly and efficiently to the Covid-19 regulations imposed on cycling by the government. We have started with track meetings again […]