Fourteen Codes To Compete In The 2022 Mayor’s Cup

Fourteen Codes To Compete In The 2022 Mayor’s Cup

Fourteen sporting codes are poised to take part in the 2022 Mayor’s Cup.

New sports include surfing, skateboarding, and marathon.

The official launch of the 2-22 Mayor’s Cup was held at the St Francis Links on Thursday, June 9. Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks, said that The 2022 Mayor’s Cup would include soccer, rugby, netball, golf, cricket, pool, and chess.

Seven New Sports Added

However, seven new sports have been added to the mix – touch rugby, tennis, gymnastics, bowls, surfing, skateboarding, and marathon.
“We would like to thank all the sports associations and clubs for joining hands with us to present the Kouga Mayor’s Cup. It’s good to see the tournament growing stronger every year,” said Hendricks.
He said the aim of the tournament was to facilitate sports development. Also, it was to encourage participation among people from all walks of life.

The Benefits Of A Healthy Lifestyle

“It’s about showing communities the benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle. So, not only is playing sports fun. It is also a great way of achieving social cohesion and building community spirit.”
He said the tournament would start towards the end of June and run until the end of July.
“Also, the matches will be hosted at different venues across Kouga. This will allow as many communities as possible the opportunity to participate and support the programme.”
For more information or to become a sponsor of the tournament, contact Kouga Special Programmes Coordinator, Elvina Felix, at elvina@kouga.gov.za.
The Human Side Of Money

The Human Side Of Money

 

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Lifestyle Financial Planner

Over the last decade, we have seen the emergence of a different type of player in the industry, the Lifestyle Financial Planner. This may seem like a play on words, but the main difference with this new type of planner is that their focus is not on your money but instead on you and your family and how you can live your best life possible with what money you have. Yes, the money is essential, but only to the extent that it allows you to live your ideal, planned life.

Your Hard-earned Money

The LFP does not give advice in your first meeting but gets you to know first. Who are you? Where are you from? How did you get to where you are? Where do you want to go? Who are you taking with you on your journey? We believe that until we know these things about you, we have no right to tell you what to do with your hard-earned money.

While this approach may not be for everyone, we find that more and more people and families are looking to live meaningful and purposeful lives. The LFP approach to financial advice and life matches this need.

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South African Surfing Kicks Into Top Gear With Exciting Contest Season

South African Surfing Kicks Into Top Gear With Exciting Contest Season

News Release

12 June 2022

South African Surfing Kicks Into Top Gear With Exciting Contest Season

Matt McGillivray made the quarter-finals at the Quiksilver Pro G-Land. © WSL/Sloane

South African surfers and surf fans are in for a feast of events. 

In the world of South African surfing and surfers, it’s all kicking off again as we emerge from the challenges of the pandemic. Currently, South African surfers compete internationally on the World Surf League Championship Tour, the Challenger Series, and the Qualifying Series for both men and women, and we have a range of domestic events coming up.

The Ballito Pro Challenger Series event will run at Willard Beach, Ballito from July 3-10, and the men’s and women’s fields are stacked with former Ballito Pro champions and local favourites.

The Corona Open JBay is the premier Championship Tour surf event in South Africa for men and women. It has a waiting period from 12-21 July and has both Jordy Smith and Matt McGillivray competing. Jordy (DBN) is a two-time event champion and also has the distinction of scoring a perfect 20-point heat in 2017.

20-point heat video here – https://youtu.be/L76Ky5LFgVo

 

Jordy, JBay. © WSL/Cestari

Matt McGillivray (JBay) was on the cusp of the Championship Tour mid-year cut-offs and surfed a valiant contest in giant surf at Margaret River, Western Australia, to re-qualify. He is comfortable for the back half of the tour this year and has qualified for the 2023 season. The JBay local will be fired up for a big performance in front of his family and the home crowd. 

On the domestic front, we have a run of Junior events, including the Plakkie Pro at Victoria Bay, the O’Neill SMTH Shapes Ballito Pro Junior and the Rip Curl GromSearch at Seal Point.

The Rip Curl GromSearch is the second event in a three-event series that kicked off earlier this year in Mossel Bay and Victoria Bay. The Rip Curl GromSearch enjoyed a welcome return to junior surfing with their new series, with their third and final event set for Scottburgh in October. The 2023 series promises to be bigger and better.  

The Tiger’s Milk Winter Classic longboarding event set to take place this weekend has been delayed due to tiny surf. It will take place on June 25 and 26th down in Muizenberg, and the Vans Duct Tape International is to be held in Muizenberg in early July. Watch the Tiger’s Milk live heats here – https://www.liveheats.com/events/19517

This weekend also sees a South African crew of hopefuls compete in the Krui Pro QS 5,000 event in Krui, South Sumatra, Indonesia. 

Luke Slijpen (CT), Saxton Randall (DBN), Jordy Maree (CT), and Karl Steen (DBN) are all competing in this event in the perfect reeling lefts of Ujung Bocur, Krui. The surfers are experiencing mixed results, with Jordy Maree the most impressive in an event that has a number of former CT surfers in the mix. . Watch it live at www.worldsurfleague.com or on the free WSL App.

Luke Slijpen © WSL/Liquid Barrel

Finally, congratulations to Luke Thompson for winning Bronze at the recent ISA World Juniors in El Salvador. Team South Africa ended a credible 10th at the event.

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