Both teams came out of the blocks with attack in mind, with Argentina looking the sharper but giving the ball away too often…
“Our vision is to educate our young people and to invest our time in training them, as they are our future anglers and will represent our community…”
He totally duffed an easy clearance and gifted Ante Ribec a chance in the 53rd minute which he gleefully and skillfully accepted with a perfect overhead volley.
Portugal certainly did close up shop early, keen not to concede, and looked nothing like the side in the 3-3 Group B draw against Spain.
The event was a kaleidoscope of colour, with schools representing different countries on their flags, kits, balloons and pompoms
Mr Valab will be walking the 720 km journey despite the small hindrance of walking this distance with a pacemaker. He will be on the road for 3 weeks, starting on August 9th.
The CEO of the Rising Sun Newspapers, Vijay Maharaj, fired the gun for the 52km and 21km races which was then followed by the 10km race.
“The Gandhi Walk Committee must be commended for its hard work of truly igniting the spirit of UNITY in our community and bringing it onto the streets of Lenasia for all to experience.”, says Lenasia Ward 9 Cllr Kishore Badal.
Don’t miss out!
Anybody interested in bowling should contact Sundra on 011-070-8998, Prabhoo 082-330-9750 or Vinoo 082-809-1056.
The 12km walk will commence at 9.00am and the 6km walk at 9.30am. Entry tickets cost R30 each and the walk tickets can be purchased at all outlets of Computicket, online at www.gandhiwalk.org.za, MICA Lenasia and Village Bakery.