Berea Rovers Sports Club

Membership Membership:
Latest New User Latest: Anthony
Past 24 Hours Past 24 Hours: 0
Prev. 24 Hours Prev. 24 Hours: 0
User Count Overall: 325

People Online People Online:
Visitors Visitors: 3
Members Members: 0
Total Total: 3

Online Now Online Now:

Get Aggregated RSS

Button surprised by Alonso's Indy move

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Jenson Button was surprised by Fernando Alonso's decision to race in Sunday's Indianapolis 500 and said on Wednesday he had no desire to emulate his former team mate.

Sundowns shine brightly in Kinshasa

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Title-holders Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa produced one of their finest CAF Champions League performances to upset AS Vita Club 3-1 on Wednesday in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

England thump Proteas in opener

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

South Africa folded for just 267 in pursuit of 340 as they suffered a rather hefty 72-run defeat at the hands of England in their first one-day international at Headingley in Leeds on Wednesday.

Tigers tame Kiwis in Tri-Series finale

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Bangladesh took a huge step towards qualifying for the 2019 World Cup with a five-wicket victory over New Zealand in the tri-series finale on Wednesday.

Man United win Europa League

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Paul Pogba propelled Manchester United towards a 2-0 victory over Ajax on Wednesday in a Europa League final rendered heavy with emotion by this week's terror attack in Manchester.

Rolland ends Giro victory drought

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Pierre Rolland capped a well-timed attack on the 17th stage of the Giro d'Italia to end his two-year wait for victory on Wednesday.

Chelsea cancel parade after explosion

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Chelsea have cancelled a planned victory parade in London on Sunday in light of Monday's bomb attack in Manchester.

SuperSport delivers ICC Women's WCup

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The 11th edition of the ICC Women’s World Cup takes place in England and Wales next month with the bulk of the matches to be broadcast live on SuperSport

Jantjies key as 'crisis' hits Bok 10s

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Elton Jantjies may be the Lions’ crown prince, but as the last man standing he will have to take control of the Springboks’ game plan against France in the Castle Lager Incoming Series next month

Nkosi relishing Stormers challenge

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

You don’t have to listen to him speak to know that Sbu Nkosi is a young man who has a lot of confidence.

Berea Rovers is Saved

- Sunday, November 23, 2014

Following Hoy Park Management's explanation of their plan to provide sporting facilities of international repute, both parties have voiced their excitement of what this will mean for the City of Durban and the youth of KwaZulu-Natal.

Hoy Park Management MD Carlos Catalino explained: "We have a dream to provide an opportunity to every young sportsman or woman, no matter which sport they choose to pursue. We are mindful of Berea Rovers' role in Durban and we believe that it forms part of the city's vision of developing a greater Kings Park Sporting Precinct, in their pursuit of hosting the Commonwealth Games. The Sports Development Centre will benefit more than just the players themselves, as graduates in sports-related industries will now have a chance to work at the Centre".

The long-standing association of eLan Property Group CEO, Mark Taylor and Dave Henry, Dave Stevens & Kieran Connell of Berea Rovers, helped facilitate the parties coming to an agreement. Taylor said: "As a member of Berea Rovers since 1988, I, together with Hoy Park Management, engaged with the club and discussed a wishlist, and it is a credit to both parties that we managed to satisfy the vast majority of these requests. By coming to a resolution, Rovers will maintain their legacy and be a sustainable club for many years to come. It is now our goal to engage with local schools so that they may also utilise some of these world-class facilities at Kings Park".

Berea Rovers Chairman, Dave Stevens added: "Berea Rovers Sports Club is indebted to Hoy Park Management and the eThekwini Municipality for allowing the club to be part of the exciting Kings Park Sports Precinct, which will benefit the sportsmen and women of Durban, including its members. The club looks forward to these exciting times ahead for our city".

 read more ...