Dozens of runners and cyclists made their way to Giba Gorge recently to take part in one of the Kloof SPCA’s annual fund-raisers.
Dean Wright, a local runner, hopes to raise up to R100 000 for the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust during this year’s Comrades Marathon.
More than a dozen residents made their way to the Hillcrest Bowls Club to learn to play bowls at the weekend.
Runners were also encouraged to donate a toy, which would be distributed among the Westville Athletic Club’s two supported charities, Baby House Westville and Malvern Children’s Home.
More than 100 golfers made their way through the 18 holes at the Kloof Country Club.
Despite the chill and the downpour, fans were excited to watch the rugby derby between Highway’s top teams.
PDAC’s Brenda McCann said there were 1255 finishers on the day.
The annual Sharks Fun Day was a hit with rugby fans on Saturday. Besides getting up close and personal to the players, fans also had a chance to play a spot of touch rugby with the Super Rugby squad.
Fifty four games were played over the three days.
The tournament was hosted by Pinetown Girls’ High School and 20 schools participated.