Youth run on Sunday

2017-05-26 06:00
Photo: suppliedLocal runners (back, from left) Nkosifikile Mqwadi, Philani Shalati, Dela Mabusela, Sabelo Skhosana, Mzamo Khumalo, (front, from left) Sinovuyo Lila, Andile Mkhulisi and Lusizo Khumalo.

Photo: suppliedLocal runners (back, from left) Nkosifikile Mqwadi, Philani Shalati, Dela Mabusela, Sabelo Skhosana, Mzamo Khumalo, (front, from left) Sinovuyo Lila, Andile Mkhulisi and Lusizo Khumalo.

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MORE than 100 local athletics will participate in a youth run at Oval cricket grounds on Sunday, May 21, this after the event was postponed last Sunday due to rainy weather.
The competition is organised by Kokstad Athletics Club and the Department of Sport and Recreation.

The competition is open to runners aged between 13 and 19.
Dela Mabusela, the organiser and Kokstad Athletics Club coach said athletics will run five kilometres from the Oval grounds, past the Kokstad Medium Correctional Centre, the railway station and back to the Oval.

“In the competition, the top six runners will be selected to participate in a provincial competition soon.”

Women younger than 35 are also invited and the top six will be selected to participate in a provincial competition.

Runners who will be supporting the event include Nkosifikile Mqwadi, Philani Shalati, Mabusela, Sabelo Skhosana, Mzamo Khumalo, Sinovuyo Lila, Andile Mkhulisi and Lusizo Khumalo.

On Saturday, May 20, runners from Umzimkhulu will run and the top six will be selected for a provincial competition.

 

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