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Thursday, 04 February 2010 21:05

TallyCat! Queens College 1st Team Captain

Standing 185cm tall and weighing in at a healthy 114 kg's Queens College First Team Captain, Allan Dell was hoping that 2010 was going to be a great year for his team. The inspirational captain, known as "Tallycat" in the team, had his work cut out for him as he led his team against traditional rivals and other top teams around the country. The inspirational captain personally enjoyed a tremendous year, was the dominant front rower at Craven Week and is looking forward to a great professional career as he joins the Sharks Academy.

Monday, 01 February 2010 22:07

Meat, Rice And When To ICE

Sorry to disappoint those of you who thought that this was a dietary segment, it will however provide you with some food for thought. Many of my patients ask me when they should apply ice to an injury, and when they should use heat, and I thought now would be a good time to address this topic.

Thursday, 17 December 2009 09:21

U19 SA Schools Cricket Team Announced

Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced a 15-member South Africa U19 squad ahead of a packed local and international schedule for U19 cricket. The squad, announced at the awards dinner on the final day of the Coca-Cola Khaya Majola U19 cricket week in Benoni, will play

Sunday, 06 December 2009 23:09

Glenwood Coach Ranked Amongst The Best!

"I learnt teaching from the teachers. I learnt golf from golfers. I learnt how to win at rugby from the coach" Glenwood Old Boy.       It is often said that if a team is winning look no further than the coach to find the reason for the team's success. In school rugby the country has amongst its top performing team's rugby coaches who have dedicated hours, weeks and months each year in order to coach boys the basics of the sport and to groom the best to go further in the game.

Friday, 27 November 2009 13:32

Shoulders - Your Blades Of Glory

As joints go, shoulders are right up there with the most complicated. Now don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that they were designed badly, rather that we as the operators tend to over do things sometimes.

Wednesday, 18 November 2009 17:57

Sporting Mercenaries?

South Africans representing other countries on the world stage are hardly a new phenomenon. In fact it has gone on for over a century. Whether due to political isolation, immigration, or colonial affiliation, it has long been a fixture on our sporting landscape.Basil De Oliveira and Alan Lamb were England legends. Robin Smith was a Durbanite a Northwood schoolboy. Yet we showed no ill feeing towards them. We wished them well (provided it wasn't against us).

Never before has South Africa enjoyed such a wealth of talent and success in cricket than in 2009. For the first time the country  had in the Protea's,  a team that were ranked the best cricket team in the world, a team which had beaten every side put before them.  Such euphoria over the national team would mean little if there was not a genuine belief that South Africa...

Thursday, 05 November 2009 11:57

"Soft Balls" Hurting English Cricket

With the start of England's cricket tour of South Africa this week it is interesting to see how many Southern Africans grace their team. Including Zimbabwean Coach Andy Flower a total of 5 members of their squad were born in these parts with the majority learning their junior cricket here too. It is little wonder England are looking to other countries to boost their pool of players with the latest warning from a Conservative Member of Parliament in the UK who has warned...

Monday, 02 November 2009 09:25

It's All Hands And Feet, Oh And Eyes !

The game of Cricket is focused around runs. Scoring runs is possible (or else batsmen would refuse to play), but not all the time (or bowlers would refuse to play). It seems that batting in all sports requires skilled co-ordination between the eyes, hands and feet. And the higher the level of competition, the further this visual-motor system is pushed to its limit.

Tuesday, 20 October 2009 11:03

Glenwood's Rugby Coach Ranked Tops !

Sean Erasmus, the current Glenwood High School 1st XV Rugby Coach and Sharks U19 Technical Analysis Rugby coach, was recently sponsored by Discovery SharkSmart and nominated by the KZNRU, to attend the Jake White's Winning Ways Coaching Course held at Kearsney College.