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A stream of performers moved through the city’s Fan Walk on Saturday evening for this year’s annual Cape Town Carnival. See more pictures on page 4. PHOTO: SIMON SHIFFMAN Good times ahead! LANSDOWNE 41 Induland Cres. Lansdowne Ind. Supplier of a wide range of disposable packaging Tel: 021 691 8811 E-mail: [email protected] Free delivery Conditions apply Since 1998 • All types of Paper, Plastic bags • Cake, Pizza, Party boxes • Serviettes, Garage, Toilet rolls • Cling, Bubble, Lunch wrap • Cutlery, Straws, Heatsealers • Cups, Tubs, Lids • Fomo Trays, Plates • Foil Trays, Rolls • Platters, Domes • Detergents, etc X1R74K9W-QK150316 TUESDAY 15 March 2016 | 0021 910 6500 | Fax: 021 910 6501/06 | LANSDOWNE LANSDOWNE Subforum election fails CHEVON BOOYSEN @ChevonBooysen T here is currently no functioning sub- sector forum in sector one of the Lans- downe policing precinct. A public meeting with police and what was supposed to be a special elective subfo- rum meeting last Tuesday ended with no subforum members elected. Sector one of the policing precinct covers Lansdowne, Groenvlei, Wetton Turfhall Park, Woodlands Park, Freedom Park, Ottery, Greenfield Circle and Sierra Park. The special election was to be held after the previous structure had become dormant in October last year, says Sergeant Nkulu- leko Mnyaka, Lansdowne police spokesper- son. Members all resigned “one by one”. While trying to elect the new forum, Ra- fique Foflonker, chairperson of the local community police forum (CPF), encouraged potential candidates to “not be afraid of the responsibility”. “We know that sector one is the largest sector in the precinct, but we need to have people take it upon themselves to join hands with the police and make the area a safer place. There are many issues that arise in this sector, but that is why the CPF and po- lice are there to lend themselves as support- ing structures,” Foflonker said. Colonel Herman Seals, Lansdowne station commander, said the area was “initially a problem”, adding that prostitution, especial- ly, was a concern. “However, in recent months this has changed. We can definitely say in the last four months there has been a change and we are getting somewhere,” he said. Ward councillor Anthea Green agreed prostitution was a concern in the area. “We interact with these prostitutes on a daily basis and this is a social issue that must be tackled. We need to remember that these people are humans too,” she said. Green added that the vice squad of the City of Cape Town’s Law Enforcement had helped in operations in the area previously and “another one will take place during April or May”. With regard to crime prevention in the precinct Seals said he had visited a few neighbourhood watches in the precinct a few weeks ago. He felt positive about the work being done by these structures. “I definitely saw commitment from the neighbourhood watches and them willing to breach the communication gap between the police and the community. However, we do also encourage that a good subforum be elected for this sector to help the neighbour- hood watches in the area,” he said. These pleas were, however, in vain when election time came around as only one per- son volunteered for the position of chairper- son. Seals stopped the election process after Foflonker had tried repeatedly to get nomi- nations from those in attendance. “We will have to reconvene another meet- ing for this election as we are getting no- where at the moment,” Seals said. During the meeting members of the Groenvlei Neighbourhood Watch left ab- ruptly after a question to Foflonker about the watch receiving notice from the police that it had been “dissolved”. Kurt Thompson, who served as project co- ordinator on the previous subforum and is a member of the Groenvlei watch, chal- lenged Foflonker, saying that the watch had been “patrolling continuously”. V Continued on page 3. Email: [email protected]
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Page 1: People’s Post Lansdowne 20160315

A stream of performers moved through thecity’s Fan Walk on Saturday evening forthis year’s annual Cape Town Carnival. Seemore pictures on page 4.

PHOTO: SIMON SHIFFMAN

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Subforum election failsCHEVON BOOYSEN

@ChevonBooysen

There is currently no functioning sub-sector forum in sector one of the Lans-downe policing precinct.

A public meeting with police and whatwas supposed to be a special elective subfo-rum meeting last Tuesday ended with nosubforum members elected.Sector one of the policing precinct covers

Lansdowne, Groenvlei, Wetton TurfhallPark, Woodlands Park, Freedom Park,Ottery, Greenfield Circle and Sierra Park.The special election was to be held after

the previous structure had become dormantin October last year, says Sergeant Nkulu-leko Mnyaka, Lansdowne police spokesper-son. Members all resigned “one by one”.While trying to elect the new forum, Ra-

fique Foflonker, chairperson of the local

community police forum (CPF), encouragedpotential candidates to “not be afraid of theresponsibility”.“We know that sector one is the largest

sector in the precinct, but we need to havepeople take it upon themselves to join handswith the police and make the area a saferplace. There are many issues that arise inthis sector, but that is why the CPF and po-lice are there to lend themselves as support-ing structures,” Foflonker said.ColonelHermanSeals, Lansdowne station

commander, said the area was “initially aproblem”, adding that prostitution, especial-ly, was a concern.“However, in recent months this has

changed. We can definitely say in the lastfourmonths there has been a change andweare getting somewhere,” he said.Ward councillor Anthea Green agreed

prostitution was a concern in the area.

“We interact with these prostitutes on adaily basis and this is a social issue thatmust be tackled. We need to remember thatthese people are humans too,” she said.Greenadded that the vice squadof theCity

of Cape Town’s Law Enforcement hadhelped in operations in the area previouslyand “another one will take place duringApril or May”.With regard to crime prevention in the

precinct Seals said he had visited a fewneighbourhood watches in the precinct afew weeks ago. He felt positive about thework being done by these structures.“I definitely saw commitment from the

neighbourhood watches and themwilling tobreach the communication gap between thepolice and the community. However, we doalso encourage that a good subforum beelected for this sector to help the neighbour-hood watches in the area,” he said.

These pleas were, however, in vain whenelection time came around as only one per-son volunteered for the position of chairper-son.Seals stopped the election process after

Foflonker had tried repeatedly to get nomi-nations from those in attendance.“We will have to reconvene another meet-

ing for this election as we are getting no-where at the moment,” Seals said.During the meeting members of the

Groenvlei Neighbourhood Watch left ab-ruptly after a question to Foflonker aboutthe watch receiving notice from the policethat it had been “dissolved”.Kurt Thompson, who served as project co-

ordinator on the previous subforum and isa member of the Groenvlei watch, chal-lenged Foflonker, saying that the watch hadbeen “patrolling continuously”.V Continued on page 3.

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SLAVE ROUTE CHALLENGE

Slave names give runners wingsEARL HAUPT

@EarlHaupt

This year’s Slave Route Challenge on Sun-day 8 May will see participants run the

usual scenic route through the city while al-so giving honour to individual slaves of theCape’s past.Each runner will carry one of the 8000

names of slaves who appear on a “columnof memory” at the Iziko Slave Lodge in thecity centre.This was announced at the launch of this

year’s edition of the race at the museum lastweek.Farouk Meyer of Itheko Sport Athletic

Club and organiser for the Slave Route Chal-lenge explains runners will have a specificpurpose and a special honour in this year’srace, referring to the “column of memory”onwhich the names of 8000men, women andchildren are inscribed.“This year, every person who registers

will run on behalf of one of these names onthe column, allowing each runner to honoura specific personwhowas an important partof our country’s past.”

More than a raceOrganisers say the Slave Route Challenge

is more than just a race: it is a tribute to thetrials of dispossessed people who contribut-ed to the early development of Cape Townand, as a result, South Africa.The race route takes runners past several

historically significant landmarks, such asthe Castle of Good Hope, Grand Parade, theWhipping Post, Old Slave Church, the IzikoSlave Lodge and the Slave Tree Plaque.“Today the Iziko Slave Lodge is a site of

memory – a place of reconciliation andhope.The SlaveRouteChallenge provides the run-

ners the opportunity to actively engagewiththis history and to, beyond the race, explore,discover, reflect and reconnect with theirroots,” says Paul Tichmann, curator of theIziko Slave Lodge.Meyer says this year’s raceaims tohonour

individuals and celebrate the collective his-tory and diversity of both the race entrantsand the people they are remembering.“This takes the race to a whole new level,

and personalises it for each runner, while atthe same time instilling a sense of unity andmeaning – something so critical at this pointin time for our country,” says Meyer.

5km to half marathonThe event is presented by Itheko Sport

Athletic Club under the auspices of WesternProvince Athletics. While there is a minorchange in the title and logo of the race thisyear, it still formspart ofMetropolitanLife’smojo series which celebrates the communi-ty, andMetropolitan Life remains the race’smain sponsor.Since the inaugural race in 2011, the annu-

al Slave Route Challenge has consisted of ahalf marathon and a 10km run, as well as a5km fun run and walk, and a 10km big walkfor those who prefer a more leisurely pace.The half marathon is scheduled to kick

things off at the starting point in DarlingStreet at 07:00, followed by the 10km run at07:15, the 5km fun run and walk at 07:30 andthe 10km big walk at 07:45.V To enter visit www.iamrunningfor.co.za.

Each of this year’s participants in theSlave Route Challenge will be running for

one of the 8000 names of slaves foundon the “column of memory” on display

at the Iziko Slave Lodge.

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FROM PAGE 1“Our neighbourhoodwatch just receiveda letter to say we are dissolved, eventhough we are registered. Prior to thisletter we received no communicationfrom the previous subforum or anybodyelse requesting to attend meetings,” hesaid.Byron Dowman, who served as the

spokesperson of the previous subforumand is also a Groenvlei watch member,said dissolving their structure was “anembarrassment”.“Are you telling me that we have been

patrolling like monkeys for nothing? We

received no communication from any-body prior to our communication re-ceived from Mnyaka and that was to saythe structure was dissolved,” he said.Foflonker said thewatch had been con-

tacted “on a number of occasions beforebut with no response”.“The structure has an opportunity to

appeal this decision. We will table thisdiscussion and address it offline, as thisis not the correct forum,” Foflonker said.V If you would like to report crime in the area, con-tact Lansdowne sector manager Constable ElsiLucas on 079 893 9835.

Surrey Estatecanal is ‘flowing’with crimeEARL HAUPT

@EarlHaupt

Residents who live next to the Elsieskraalcanal in Surrey Estate are living in fear

due to the frequency of crime they have wit-nessed in the area.Despite the presence of a neighbourhood

watch in the area, residents are at theirwits’ end because of the threat they face ona daily basis.Cathy Agulhas, who lives near the Elsies-

kraal canal, says it’s especially when AriesStreet goes quiet while Surrey PrimarySchool is in sessionwhen the criminals reartheir ugly heads.“I am just sick and tired of all the things

that are going on here. We report thesethings and nothing happened. The guys siton the edge of the canal and are robbing peo-ple. If youcomeout then they call younamesand the next time they break into yourhouse,” she says.Her garden equipment had been stolen,

along with birds she kept as pets.“What can I do about it? I report to the po-

lice and nothing happens. They just comeback to you and say that there is not enoughevidence, that they didn’t catch anyone andthe case is then dropped.“If we then take matters into our own

hands, then we are the ones who go to jailand the thief gets away.”Another resident, Maurice Roman, says

he did not bother to call the police after hiswife was robbed at the canal as he had feltlet down by the police toomany times in thepast.“My wife came down to the hairdresser

and she walked along the canal here andthey robbed her at about 13:00 on a Fridayafternoon. We did not even report it to the

cops, because nothing happens. You phoneandnobody comes andnothinghappens andeverybody feels the same here. When theydo come, then it is four or five hours afterthe incident happened,” he says.Fortunately his wife was not hurt badly,

only getting a few scratches on her arm, hesays. Romanwasmore disturbed that the al-leged crime took place in broad daylight.“I told her that in the future never to ever

walk along the canal, especiallywhen it getsto lunch time and it gets very quiet.Wehaveseen a lot of people who were robbed hereduring the day. It is not safe here and theyare even attacking senior citizens and theydon’t have respect towards the old people.”Lieutenant Ian Bennett, Manenberg po-

lice’s spokesperson, says police are awarethat the area around the canal is potentiallydangerous. But not enough criminal caseshave been reported at the station to makea difference in their crime pattern analysisbefore they deploy more police to the area.“The biggest challenge thatwehave at the

moment is that the community is not report-ing the crime. We are aware of the crime,but they are not reporting it and notmakingcases. This becomes difficult, because theperson who deploys the police in the hot-spots according to the crime pattern analy-sis, he would then not know that that is ahotspot.“We encourage the community, nomatter

how petty it might seem, to report the crimeso that it can go onto the system and themembers can be deployed according to thecrime pattern analysis. We are aware of theincidents, but it is not reported crime. Wedeploy themembers according to the report-ed crime in areas of concern,” Bennett says.V Anyone with information relating to criminal activitycan call Manenberg police on 021 699 9400.

Robbers sent to jail for 15 yearsCHEVON BOOYSEN

@ChevonBooysen

Two robbers will both be serving 15-year jailsentences, ofwhich fiveyears are suspended,after they were convicted.The two were arrested in March last year

after armed robberies in Rylands and Lans-downe (“Toy guns used in robberies”, Peo-ple’s Post, 24March 2015). They faced chargesof committing robberies elsewhere as well.Sergeant Nkululeko Mnyaka, Lansdowne

police spokesperson, says 18-year-old ShurooHoosein and 20-year-old Fadiel Dirkse fromMitchell’s Plainwere convicted in February.“The two were arrested after committing

two armed robberies using a Toyota Yaris,robbing people at Gamsa Street in Rylandsand High Grove Road in Lansdowne. Thesuspects were spotted at Belmore Avenue bya Chubb security guard who chased themand caught them in Flamingo informal set-tlement,” Mnyaka explains.They faced charges of aggravated robbery,

of which twowere committed in Lansdowne,one in Grassy Park and one in Muizenberg.The investigating officer, Constable Solet-

hu Gunya, collected the evidence to ensure

the two were found guilty, Mnyaka says.Gunya says closing the casewith apositive

conviction was a relief for him.“The case in itself was not that tough to

deal with. I am just glad that working on thecase for almost a year bore some fruit. It isgood to know your investigation did not goto waste,” Gunya says.Lansdowne Captain Mvuseleli Kalipa en-

courages residents to keep coming forwardwith information about crime.“The community is urged to help in cases

sowecanhavemanymore successful convic-tions. People should be prepared for the proc-ess of giving statements and witnessing tothese events in court. This is the only waywe can strengthen our cases and lock theseperpetrators up,” Kalipa says.Major Gilbert Booysen, head of the Lans-

downe detectives, commended the workdone by Gunya.“This sends out a strong message to all

criminals out there to watch out,” Booysensays.V Anyone with information about crime is urged to callthe Lansdowne detectives on 021 700 9000 or082 576 2804. Anonymity for information given isguaranteed.

Two robbers havebeen locked awaythanks to theeffort of theinvestigatingofficer, ConstableSolethu Gunya(left). With himare SergeantNkululekoMnyaka, Lans-downe policespokesperson,and CaptainMvuseleli Kalipa.PHOTO: CHEVONBOOYSEN

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Colourful streetparade delightsGreen Point’s Fan Walk was broughtto life for the annual Cape TownCarnival on Saturday night. A hostof local professional and amateurperformers used this year’s “StreetLife” theme to celebrate the differ-ent cultures of Cape Town residents.Simon Shiffman was there tocapture the action.

CAPE TOWN CARNIVAL Some oftheoutfits onshowwerebloomin’beautiful.

Some costumes were a mixture of intrigueand beauty.

A few performers took the “Street Life” themeliterally, “driving” the length of the parade intheir economical “cars”..

No carnival would be complete withoutmusic.

Dancers of all kinds of disciplines addedtheir style to the spectacular displays.

Performers captivated the visitors who linedthe street.

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Police say theywill sniff out liarsEARL HAUPT

@EarlHaupt

Manenberg police saymore perjury casesare being made at their police station

of late.According to Lieutenant Ian Bennett,

spokesperson of Manenberg police, detect-ives have found that more and more com-munitymembers are reporting fake crimes.He says the false cases range from insur-

ance claims to providing an excuse for themto keep their jobs after going AWOL.The false cases are escalating from fraud-

ulent insurance claims to people reportingfake kidnappings and alleged attemptedmurders.“The community is warned that they

should not open and report false cases,”says Bennett.In a recent case a man claimed he had

been abducted and assaulted by unknownmen and left unconscious in a field for fivedays.The man was allegedly in hot water with

his employers and had to provide proof ofhis whereabouts on days during which hewas supposed to have been working.He even went as far as getting a doctor’s

report and submitting it to the authorities.

Police smelled a rate after taking hisstatement and studying the doctor’s report.The detectives’ suspicions were confirmedonce they followed up leads which had pro-vided by the suspect himself.It emerged that he had been at a party the

entire time. The man was enjoying himselfso much that he never went home nor re-ported for work. During the same time, itis alleged that he got into a physical alterca-tion with unknown men at the party andhad his phone stolen.Although his statement had elements of

truth in it, police arrested him last Mondaynight.“The interview turned into an interroga-

tion and this is where the detective got thetruth out. This iswhere the complainant be-came a suspect. He was charged with perju-ry,” says Bennett.Bennett warns thatwhen people decide to

open false cases they open themselves up tocriminal prosecution. He says police willnot hesitate to prosecute.“This type of action also has an impact on

crime statistics. Where we could be concen-trating on serious matters, time is wastedon false cases,” he says.V Anyone with information about crimes can call theManenberg police station on 021 699 9400.

The University of the Third Age will behosting David Davidson as guest speaker atthe Belthorn Recreation Centre, BelgraviaRoad on Thursday at 10:00.Davidsonhasbeenadesigner of theSouth

African floral exhibit at the Royal Horticul-tural Show, Chelsea for 22 years. His talkwill focus on the little known adventures

and crises that happen behind the scenes atsuch a famous, international exhibition.He grew up in the African bush in Zim-

babweandZambia,whichgavehimanabid-ing love of nature. Davidson was born witha passion for plants and a flair for design,although he began his professional careerin psychology and clinical social work.

Designer spills secrets on Chelsea flower show

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The month of March in South Africa isused to commemorate Human Rights,

with national Human Rights Day on Mon-day 21 March.As part of this, Manenberg police have

chosen to roll out a human rights trainingprogramme at primary schools in the area.“Human rights are the most basic rights

we as human beings have and we need toinstil respect in our youth for acknowledg-ing each other’s human rights,” says policespokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett.Police sector managers identified

schools, which include Welcome, Rio Gran-

de and Red River primary schools.Police officers spread the word that as cit-

izens of South Africa, we are all born freeand equal and that we are against discrimi-nation. The officers also teach the followingvirtues:. The right to life. The right not to be enslaved or subjectedto any form of torture. Everyone is equal before the law and allrights are protected by the law. The right to trial. You are always innocent until provenguilty. The right to privacy. Freedom to move. The right to seek a safe place to live

. Right to a nationality, marriage and afamily. The right to your own material things. Freedomof thought and to express oneself. The right to democracy and public assem-bly. Social security. The right to play. The rights to food and shelter. The right to education“No-one can take away your human

rights.“We would like to cultivate a new breed

of respect within the community where theyouth can stand tall and ensure that peoplewithin the community, including thepolice,are respected,” says Bennett.

Pupils taught rights

Manenbergpolice haverolled out ahumanrightstrainingprogrammeat Welcome,Rio Grandeand RedRiver primaryschools.

TheLansdowneChristianEcumenical Forumwill host a Palm Sunday march on Sunday 20March starting at the Moravian Church at14:00. All are welcome.For more information contact Reverend

Steven-John Bam on 082 414 8645 or [email protected].

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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNETuesday, 15 March 2016 SPORT 11

JOSEPH PILLAY

A soccer festival at the Strandfonteinsports complex starts on Saturday.The “By the Sea” tournament hosted

by Strandfontein AFC is expected to bringdroves of spectators to witness the 13th an-nual showpiece of u.13 soccer players com-peting for cup glory.The event has been able to attract clubs

from all over for a number of years to feaston and develop players by participating inthe u.13 event.At the same time a carnival atmosphere

entices clubs and spectators alike to sharein the thrills and spills of the soccer talentthe youth event brings.The launch for this year’s tournamentwas

held at the Strandfontein Civic Centre lastWednesday.The 32 teams participating were divided

into eight groups of four teams each.With major sponsors such as Coolag,

Strandfontein AFC has been able to not onlyhost the annual tournament, but improve onthe quality on offer for the young soccerplayers and their administrators.With other sponsors like Umbro and Jive,

the organisers believe this year’s tourna-ment will be the best and most exciting onestaged throughout its history.Previous winners have been academies

like Fish Hoek (2013), Ajax Cape Town (2014)and Old Mutual last year.The teams will be competing for R2000 in

the winners’ section.The championship team will also receive

a floating trophy, keepsake trophy and 20 in-dividual medals.

The runner-up team will receive R750 anda trophy. The losing semi-finalists will bothpocket R400 in prize money.In the plate section the crownwinnerswill

receive R500 and keepsake trophy while thelosing finalist will pocket R400.The shield section champions will be

awarded R350 and a keepsake trophy, withthe runners-up smiling to the bank withR300.Amongst the individual awards up for

grabs, the player of tournament will winR250 and receive a medal and trophy.Likewise the goalkeeper, top goal scorer,

manager of the tournament as well as teamof the fair play award will also win R250, amedal and trophy.The tournament kicks off on Saturday at

09:00 and ends at 18:00 each day, except forthe Sunday at about 16:00 with the prize giv-ing.

The group drawGroup A: Maties, Morgenster United, Ful-

ham Sport and Beacon Spurs.Group B: Old Mutual Academy, Firefight-

ers, Grassy Park United and Origan Spurs.Group C: Ajax Cape Town, Rockafellas,

Life Zone and Meadowridge.Group D: Hellenic, Bayview, Devonshire

Rovers and Westridge.Group E: All Stars, Bayhill United, Stan-

dards United and Liverpool-Portland.Group F: Strandfontein, Leeds Lentegeur,

Ulana and FN Rangers.Group G: Fish Hoek, Vasco da Gama, Si-

masa and Ikapa Sporting.Group H: MPCE, Red Rovers, Wynberg St

John’s and Rebels.

Youth soccer tocaptivate fans

BEST-KNOWN BIKERS: Former Protea batsman and head coach Gary Kirsten (left)and TV presenter Michael Mol peddled in good spirit during the prologue of this year’sAbsa Cape Epic mountain bike stage race held at Meerendal wine estate in Durbanvilleon Sunday. PHOTO: MARK SAMPSON/ CAPE EPIC/ SPORTZPICS

Baseball Association Western Province(BAWP)will behosting thenational baseballchampionship at the Chukker Road SportsComplex.The senior championship takesplace from

Saturday 26 to Tuesday 29 March.Entry for spectators is free. Games will be

played from09:00 to 21:00. Therewill benightball at VOB Baseball Club.Participating teams:Seniors:BAWP ABAWP BBAWP u.23

Gauteng AGauteng BGauteng u.23KwaZulu-NatalNelson Mandela BayJuniors (Wed 30 Mar to Sat 2 Apr)U.12:WP, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, NelsonMandela Bay, Eden, Cape WinelandsU.15:WP, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, NelsonMandela Bay, EdenU.18:WP, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, NelsonMandela Bay, EdenV Contact Chantal Wilson on 082 455 0837 for moreinformation.

Chukker Road to host national champs

Entries already open for Cape Town Marathon in springThis year’s Sanlam Cape Town Marathontakes place on the weekend of 17 and 18 Sep-tember. An opportunity for participantsfrom South Africa and around the world torun through the beautiful city of CapeTown,the iconic city-based marathon brings withit prize money in excess of R2m.This is the largest sum ever offered for a

South African standard marathon.“Young or old, professional or amateur,

you’re warmly invited to be part of thisyear’s historic festival of running,” saysElana Meyer, ambassador for the SanlamCape Town Marathon.“We’re already receiving huge interna-

tional interest.”Last year, the marathon had a total of

15 844 participants in all the events held overthe weekend, with the 42.2km standardmar-athon seeing 5737 entrants – a 32% increasefrom the previous year.The runners came from 51 countries and

included 37 elite athletes from six countries.This was a fantastic turnout, the organis-

ers say, and Cape Town saw a huge influxof visitors for the event.This year’s edition of the race is managed

by a joint partnership between WesternProvince Athletics (WPA), ASEM Runningand the City of Cape Town.Meyer, a SouthAfricanOlympicmedallist

and repeat record-holder in long-distancerunning, and South African rugby greatFrancois Pienaar are both ambassadors forthe event.

The events.SanlamCape TownMarathon 42.2km – theclassic Olympian 42.2km standard mara-thon distance on 18 September at 07:00.. SanlamCape Town 10kmPeace Run/Walkon 18 September at 06:50.. Sanlam Cape Town 4.2km Peace Fun Runon 17 September at noon.. Sanlam Cape Town 12km and 22km Peacetrail runs on 17 September at 07:45 and 07:00.V To register online and for more information visitwww.sanlamcapetownmarathon.com.

Entries are open for this year’s Sanlam Cape Town Marathon, which will take place in Septem-ber.

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Glenthorn A’s have missed theleague and knockout cup dou-ble as they were beaten 2-1 by

Falcons at Turfhall Stadium onSunday.

Steven Rodkin, Glenthorn headcoach, did get silverware on Satur-day when his side beat Falcons 8-1in the final game of the Cape TownSoftball Association’s superleague.

It was the fifth consecutive sea-son that A’s walked away with thesuper league honours.

In what must go down as one ofthe most exciting showdowns everwitnessed and much to the delightof the ballpark fans on Sunday, An-dre Alexander’s inspired Falconsside rose to the occasion to defendtheir knockout cup title in a tensefinal.

It was quite a remarkable gamein more ways than one with thematch-winning double play takingplace in the bottom of the sixthframe.

The play saw Falcons stoppingand preventing their opponentsfrom scoring the equalising runand potentially set up the winningruns that would change the match.

The grandstand finish was set up

by Carla Swanepoel, who broughtthe A’s back to being one down inthe fourth frame.

Scoreless fiveThen, following a scoreless fifth

frame from either side, A’s securedthree safe base hits by CourtneyStevens, Cindy Davids and DeidreSasman in the sixth inning.

With the bases loaded, A’sthreatened to score the much-need-ed runs to win the contest. Butnext-up batter Jean Bell fly foundWaseema Scott in the deep. Bell’sdeadly peg to shot stop fielder Ni-cole Alexander set up a furtherplay with catcher Samantha Jones.This led to a match-winning doubleplay in which Stevens was stoppedin her tracks just short of the homeplate.

Alexander’s three bagger in thesecond frame contributed to twoRBIs that enabled Kelly Julie andScott to cross the home plate safely.

They were able to hold onto their2-0 lead until Glenthorn reducedthe deficit to one – scoring Swane-poel from the bat of Sasman’s two-base hit.

Lauren Mulder led the pitchingduel for Glenthorn. In her six in-nings spell she faced 26 batters,claimed six scalps and allowed two

base-on-balls while she gave up sixhits to Bettina Philips (2-3), Scott(1-2), Alexander, Jones and Julie(each 1-3).

Meanwhile, Falcons pitcherJones, in her six innings contest,conceded nine hits to the 26 Glen-thorn batters she faced.

She earned two strike-out vic-tims, allowed one base-on-ball andconceded hits to Alex Fortune, Sas-man (each 2-3), Cindy Davids (1-2),Lisa Erasmus, Astrid van Krester-en, Swanepoel and Stevens (each1-3).

“We were beaten and credit mustgo to Falcons who once again re-corded a victory in a breathtakingfinal,” said a disappointed Rodkinafter the match.

Falcons coach Alexander had abroad smile on his face.

“It may have been sweet revenge

as to our league defeat on Saturdayand though I would have loved towon the league title, I’m extremelyhappy and proud of the team thatthey put up a brave and good fightthat was exceptionally excellentand good enough for us to defendour coveted knockout title,” hesaid.

Major leagueWestridge Yankees won the final

of the major league knockout cup,following their 7-0 triumph againstCrusaders to capture the majorleague.

Men’s major leagueIn the men’s division Devon-

shire Rovers won the major leagueknockout trophy after beatingWestridge Yankees 4-2 in the day’sfinal match.

Knockout cup results. WomenSuper league: Falcons 2, Glen-thorn A’s 1.

Major league:Westridge Yankees7, Crusaders 0.First league: Tygerberg 5, St Mar-tin’s 1.Second league:Falcons 15, Devon-shire Rovers 5.Third league: Table View Torna-dos 8, VOB 6.Fourth league: Crusaders Colts11, Wynberg Gladiators 10.

. MenMajor league:Devonshire Rovers4, Westridge Yankees 2.First league: Hamiltons Grey 18,Albertons 1.Second league: Stealers 7, Tanta-sport 6.

Falcons catcher Samantha Jones (left) prevents a run from being scored by tagging Courtney Stevens of GlenthornA’s at home plate in full view of chief umpire Noore Nacerodien at Turfhall Stadium on Sunday. This last play ofthe day allowed Falcons to retain their super league knockout cup title with a 2-1 victory. PHOTOS: RASHIED ISAACS

The victorious Falcons super league team celebrate keeping their knockoutcup title.


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