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GOLD CUP CHAMPIONS
28 October 2017
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IN MANDELA DAY
Mandela Day is held dearly by South Africans, its theme of 67 minutes of selfless giving a popular concept.
According to the Nelson Mandela Foundation's website, sixty-seven represents the number of years Madiba was in public service, from 1942 when he first started to campaign for the human rights of every South African. Mandela said at the time of the campaign’s launch that he would be “honoured if such a day can serve to bring together people around the world to fight poverty and promote peace and reconciliation”.
As with all sports, club rugby has been a non-entity this year, as the country bravely battles the Coronavirus. Clubs around the Peninsula have toiled tirelessly to keep the interest of their players and supporters, the former required to exhibit strong self-discipline in training alone and with limited facilities. Many clubs have not been as successful in addressing this challenge, the task of resurrecting interest next year made more difficult by that falling away.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAIRMAN
Dear False Bay RFC family
So as many of you will know by now the club season has officially been cancelled. We live in unusual times and sad as it may be we as a club respect the decision given the challenges our country is facing at the moment. I have been proud of how many people have stood up during this time of stress for all of us - most of them doing it quietly and without any desire for recognition. That is the true spirit of a rugby club.
False Bay players and coaching staff testimonials acknowledge the benefits of training with False Bay Crossfit