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Friday 24th June – Club Draw

Saturday 25th June – Winter Gourmet Food Festival

Sunday 26th June – The Picaroon

Saturday 23rd July – CHOC Poitjiekos Competition


THIS WEEKEND AT PIRATES

This Saturday at Pirates we have our Winter Gourmet Food Festival. It starts at 12pm, bring your picnic baskets and friends for a great day out. We also have Mini-Hockey running from 9am.

On Sunday we host The Picaroon Race.


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KICK OFF SUITE

Kick Off Suite for Lions vs Sharks – Saturday 2 July 2016

The winning team will ensure a home quarter final so you need to be there. Both teams are playing exciting running rugby and no doubt this match will provide another spectacle. Why not join us in The Kick Off with its halfway line Grand Stand seats; superb cuisine; all drinks; quality snacks and secure parking (1:4 ratio) in the JHB College grounds?

All of this at the very affordable price of R595/person. Twelve (12) or more reduces the price to R525/person. To finalise your reservation, kindly call Mara or Albert on (011) 886-9181. The match kicks off at 17h05 and our facility opens at 15h30.


THE PICAROON

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TENNIS

Juniors

We entered two under 14 teams for the first time this year. Our juniors played really well and when one considers that our juniors are on average younger than 12 years old their results are commendable. Our A-team came third in league section 1.4 and our B-team won section 1.7. Our B-team champions showed real composure winning their final match against Old Ed’s, the other title contender, by a single game. Well done to the members of the B-team – Leo Cheenne, Emile Cilliers, Jordan and Cameron Dart, Lindes and Jozua Malherbe, Pedro Basson and Heinrich Bormann. Combined

Mixed League – Adults The Combined Mixed League is now over and all 4 teams have consolidated in their sections throughout the various leagues. Mention must go to the A team, who more than held their own in the Premier leagues, against tough competition. They came 2nd overall in their league 1.3 – well played! Thanks to all the league coordinators, captains and players – particularly \those who came out to play at the last minute.


RUGBY

Catch Pirates playing a home game this weekend against WITS. Games start at 12h15 and the first team plays at 15h00.


WINTER GOURMET FOOD FESTIVAL

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Join us this Saturday for our Winter Gourmet Food Festival.

DATE: 25 June 2016

TIME: 12h00 – 17h00

COST: No cost to come, R30 for Pirates Beer & Wine Glasses

We will have a selection of Gourmet Food, different Craft Beer traders as well as a selection of Wineries.

Wineries:

Simonsig

De Grendel Wine Farm

Paul Cluver Wines

Leopard’s Leap Wine

Craft Beer

Agar’s Brewery

Food:

Chrystal’s Mobi Gourmet

Butternut and pear soup

Sweet potato and bacon soup

Soups served with freshly baked sourdough bread

Camembert and honey French toast

Bruschetta with salami, rocket and sun dried tomatoes topped with a balsamic dressing

Beef bourguignon

Coq au vin

Sticky toffee pudding

Apple pie slice with hot custard

Deep fried chocolate pasta

We will have entertainment for the kids. Bring your picnic blanket & chairs and come relax with us under the Jozi Winter sun with friends and family.

Dogs are welcome.

Facebook Link: Pirates Winter Gourmet Food Festival


PIRATES 10KM ROAD RACE

We are in the final stages of preparation for the Pirates 10km. With the massive sponsorship from Slow-Mag and the increased marketing spend, we hope for a record field size and would like to involve the entire club in our event. This is one of the three big events that Road Running host each year and we, as always, appreciate the assistance/participation of all the other sections.

I have attached a document that sets out the strategy of the event that I would request you distribute amongst your section members. It is an initiative taking place at this event.

In brief, what we are looking for is:

1. Assistance in spreading the word via social media with all Facebook members requested the share, share & share of the event previously have come on board in this aspect with a beer pong fundraiser, helpers from your section are grouped together.

2. Participation as an athlete. Neither the 10km or the 5km are very difficult and manageable for all. We are timing the race electronically and have used one of the few companies that is listed as a Discovery Vitality partner. It does mean that all participants will get up to 600 Vitality points with a fancy electronic device.


THE CLUB DARW TONIGHT!

The club draw is tonight. You can win R3500 but remember you have to be there to win!

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