Sport in the Bay

Sporting events in Nelson Mandela Bay.

Aquatics Port Elizabeth

Posted by Travel Trip Blogger on Sun December 28, 2014 in Sport in the Bay.

Formerly operating as Eastern Province Aquatics or EP Aquatics, the Federation was established in the early 1900's to govern and promote aquatic sports in the western half of the Eastern Cape.

Early 2014 saw the Federation falling in line with government's regional demarcations and the Federation now continues its work as one of nine Federations in the Eastern Cape, operating under the new name of Nelson Mandela Bay Aquatics (NMBA).

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Port Elizabeth Bowling Green Club

Posted by Travel Trip Blogger on Fri November 14, 2014 in Sport in the Bay.

The Port Elizabeth Bowling Green Club is the oldest in South Africa and was founded on 14 August 1882 at a meeting in the home of Joseph Swallow. Present at this meeting were 7 men, John Horton, Thomas Blair, Benjamin Sutcliffe, Ebenezer Webster, James Lucas, William Gillman and David Crabb.

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Humewood Golf Club

Posted by Travel Trip Blogger on Tue November 11, 2014 in Sport in the Bay.

One of the world's most challenging links courses, Humewood is consistently ranked as one of South Africa's Top 10 golf courses.

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Walmer Golf Club

Posted by Travel Trip Blogger on Tue November 11, 2014 in Sport in the Bay.

The Walmer Golf Club, or more fondly known as Little Walmer, was founded in 1897, which makes it one of the oldest golf clubs in the country

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Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Posted by Travel Trip Blogger on Mon November 10, 2014 in Sport in the Bay.

A capacity of 46000, the stadium was built for the 2010 soccer world cup. Designed in the shape of a sunflower, it is now home to all major sporting events in the Bay.

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