This event is held to honour the sporting achievements of pupils in the various sporting codes that the school participates in both internal and on the inter-school level/external level.
The exciting championships will be taking place from November 28 to December 2 and will be proudly hosted by Karate South Africa.
This trip proved to be a successful outing for the Chatsworth Hub, who returned home with four wins from four games played.
Sporting Chance is non-profit organisation based in Cape Town, which rolls out events such as street cricket with the aim to increase participation and at the same time, get kids active.
CMA race director, Rowyn James said, “We reached the cap of 25,000 entries last night and therefore shut down the entry process. The unprecedented demand for Comrades Marathon entries has been amazing.”
During an exciting league, their under 17 and under 13 divisions captured the 2018 league championship and are unbeaten for the season.
Pupils and teachers were also present to cheer on the soccer stars during the exciting match.
Athletes of the Rising Sun Chatsworth Athletic Club took on the 21, 1km and 42, 2km races respectively. All participants agreed that it was a scenic run along the stunning coastline.
The divisions are under six, under nine, under 13, under 15 and under 17 respectively, for the coming year in Isipingo and districts.
The best performance award went to Shamsud Deen.
She will now go on to represent the club in the Champions of Champions tournament at Bowls South Africa, which will be held next year in Durban.