The club is one of few areas in New Germany that families can utilise and have a fun time at.
The Sharks have great energy and are working well as a team.
If you love the outdoors, enjoy running and adore your pooch – enjoy a morning out at the Kloof and Highway SPCA’s Heritage Day Trail Run.
“It was a great representation of the strength and popularity of KZN schoolboy football.”
Karabo Litabe, a Royal Eagles player has donated soccer balls and other training equipment to the team.
Discipline will be important for The Sharks, undeafeated in seven matches.
“I would also like to thank all the people that have shown their love and support for me throughout my career so far” – Patrick Lambie
Players will don a special yellow armband demonstrating their support for The Sunflower Fund.
The Sharks are top of the log but head coach Robert du Preez said there’s no place for complacency.
Kearsney 1st drew 1-1 with Northwood 1st in soccer.
WBHS beat Crawford La Lucia 4-0 and Maritzburg College 6-2.