SABAA Inter-Provincials 2017

Tournament Details
NameSABAA Inter-Provincials 2017
CountrySouth Africa
ProvinceWestern Cape
Number of Competitions1
How many Competitions will count1
Minimum Anglers weighing together1
Maximum Anglers weighing together2
Start Time07:00
End Time16:00
Tournament Ties1 Most Fish 2 Heaviest Bag 3 Heaviest Fish - Not linked to competitions used to calculate Grand Prix Points
Next Competition Date2017-08-09
Tournament Points+
SpeciesCompetition PointsProvinces NA
Western Province
Eastern Province
Southern Cape
Natal Coastal Highway
Natal Coastal Provincial
Natal Midlands
Central Gauteng
Gauteng North
Northern Natal
Tournament Information

SABAA Interprovincials - 2017 Clanwilliam

Schedules Interprovincial Clanwilliam 2017


Registration       6 August 2017                                                                                                                    17h00 -18h00

  1. Registration from 17h00 – 18h00 at the Veldskoen Clanwilliam.
  2. All anglers to register and sign indemnity.
  3. All anglers to collect sponsors goodie bag.
  4. Complimentary beer/cool drink.
  5. Cash bar available.

Captains and Managers Meeting              6 August 2017                                                                    18h00 – 19h00

  1. Captains and Managers Meeting will take place at the Veldskoen which is the same venue as the Welcoming Braai.
  2. We will be handing out boat stickers and other supporting documentation to managers.
  3. The Captains briefing is at 18h00 and is to be attend by Captains/Managers only. 
  4. Teams must send at least one representative (Captain or Manager).  Non-attendance will not be accepted as excuse for contravening any rules.
  5. We will brief you on the arrangements for practise and tournament days and share any other relevant information.
  6. Receive boat stickers etc.

Practice Day:      7 August 2017                                                                                                                    06h00 – 16h00

  1. Boat inspection starts at 05h00 on slip by Malcolm Palmer
  2. All boats must have boat numbers and stickers on.
  3. No stickers no launch.
  4. Weigh station position will be advised and can only be determined by current dam level.
  5. All boats to launch from the public slipway. Vehicles to turn right at resort entrance gate and drive around to public slipway and launch (Red Line). Drive out right hand side and park vehicle and trailer at designated areas at Camp Ground (Yellow Line). See diagram.

  1. Parking Diagram  See yellow and Red Blok (Team parking will be marked)


This will be finalised before Captain and Team Managers Meeting


  1. Lighting to be provided at slip way.
  2. Coffee station provided.
  3. Malcolm Palmer will be present at the slipway and will inspect all boats before they launch.
  4. Skippers must have their COC’s and COF’s on the boat and available for inspection.
  5. Following equipment will be checked: ANCHOR/BAIL BUCKET/FIRE EXTINGUISHER/RED FLAG.
  6. All safety boat lights to be ON while traveling on water at night or low light.   


  1. All boats to be banked at designated peg by 06h30.
  2. Launch at 07h00 or safe light.
  3. Boat tags will be issued and must be returned to the tag board. Late tags on board will be subject to a R500 fine.
  4. Guys not familiar with the dam must be cautious as the dam level is low.
  5. Please be courteous on the water and give each other space.  Don’t encroach or interfere with boats from other teams.
  6. No more than two anglers per boat.  Only participating anglers may be on the boats.
  7. Practice day launch will be used as a dry run for Wednesday.

Welcome Braai                                                                                                                                 18h30 – 21h00

  1. The welcome braai takes place at the Veldskoen and will commence at 18h30.  Please be ready to start at 18h30.
  2. There will be a cash bar.
  3. Team photos will be taken so please wear team colours.
  4. We will be having a “Rookie Parade” – each captain will be given a chance to “introduce” their rookies to the guys and to hand them their Rookie Certificate.  This is intended to be some lightered fun so you are encouraged to do something fun with them, e.g. get them to down a drink, sing a song, dress up etc.  Anything that you think may be fun.  Each team will be given roughly 5 minutes as we don’t want to finish too late.
  5. We aim to have the formalities done by 20h00. Dinner to follow.

Scanning Day 8 August 2017                                                                        ______________­08h00 – 14h00

  1. Scanning will take place between 08h00 - 14h00.
  2. Anglers to collect tag from 08h00.
  3. Boat inspection at launch by Malcolm Palmer.
  4. All tags to be on board before or on 14h00.
  5. No rods on boats.
  6. Final boat pairings to be finalised with the tournament director by 15h00 at the weigh station.

Official Day 1 -3                9 August 2017    _________________________________06h30 – 17h30

  1. Live well inspection on slip at 05h30
  2. Weigh station opens after last boat is launched.
  3. Boats on peg at 06h30
  4. Launch as per flight sequence. Boats will be pushed off.
  5. Live results will be available per

FUNCTION                          11 Aug 2017                                                                                        19h00 - late

  1. Function at School




Tournament Rules









Revised at the Association Annual General Meeting

15 & 16 July 2017

Issue Date: 2 August 2017



A) Any individual member of good standing of any Club affiliated to SABAA who has qualified either through his/her Province or Division to represent his/her Province or Division must accept these rules and undertake to adhere to same.



A. No Association member may fish or practice the venue of the National Championship, nor the venue of the National Inter Provincial Championship within 20 (twenty) calendar days prior to the day of registration for the National Inter Provincial Championship.

B. In some cases, this restriction may be shortened (for example to 19 days prior to the Date of registration for the tournament when the shut-off weekend may have a public holiday on the Monday) but only by Specific Written General Notice by the Secretary of the Association’s National Executive.

C. National Championship and Inter-Provincial Championship formats will consist of a Practice Day, a Scanning/Scouting Day (Minimum of 6 Hours) (No Rods or Reels are permitted on the Boat, Terminal Tackle etc may remain on the anglers boat), three tournament days.

Predetermined Flights – The flights start with the ceding obtained by each division from the previous championship finishing position.

Practice Day – Anglers are split into their predefined flights (Red, Blue and Green) and must all be released in this flight system in single file without delay through the entry/exit gate. All anglers will return at the same time.

Scanning/Scouting Day – The start time of this day may be delayed due to the welcoming evening the night before, but must consist of a minimum of six hours.

Tournament Days – Anglers exit in their respective flight order without any delays and return to the weigh-station with thirty-minute intervals. The flights three respective flights rotate daily {National Championships (Day 1 – Red (1-15), Blue (16-30), Green (31-50)}, Day 2 – Blue, Green, Red and Day – 3 Green, Red, Blue. Tournament days angling sessions will consist of a minimum of 8 hours.



A) At National & Inter Provincial Championship level, a Tournament Committee of (at least) 3 members will be designated (and made known to competitors) to handle complaints and objections.

B) A briefing will be held by the Tournament Committee to inform the competitors of local conditions, arrangements for the competition and these rules where necessary.

C) A copy of these rules must be displayed at registration and where possible copies must be made available to new members. A copy of the rules must also be displayed at the weigh station.

D) Non-attendance at a briefing will not be accepted as an excuse for ignorance of the arrangements and/or rules in the event of a complaint or objection being raised.

E) All rules pertaining to the National Championship Tournament and the Inter Provincial National Championship Tournament become effective at commencement of registration until the end of prize giving.



A) Live-wells of some description, adequate in size to accommodate the boat's limit of fish, will be used on each boat and have an aeration or freshwater supply system.

B) At National Championship Tournament and Inter Provincial National Championship Tournament level, the organising committee must adjudicate the acceptability of such live-wells.



A) Prior to commencement of the competition, all live-wells will be empty.

B) Hatches for purposes other than live-wells will be opened for inspection, as will coolers and other watertight containers, no matter their purpose.

C) Inspections will be carried out on the water no more than 30 minutes before the starting time of each of the angling sessions.

D) Competitors so inspected will not leave their boat unless re-inspected before starting off.

E) A system of proving that live-wells having been inspected shall be implemented



A) All anglers taking part in SABAA sanctioned tournaments are obliged to have their boats fitted with kill-switches.

B) Life jackets shall be worn by each person on the boat while the internal combustion engine is operating.

C) All boats must have the prescribed certificates in accordance with the SAMSA regulations (COF, Skippers Certificate).  Any boat not complying with the stipulations of the Marine Safety Act will not be allowed on the water.

D) Standard safety rules pertaining to local waters, including the "rule of the road" (shore on RHS, resulting in counter-clockwise movement) will be observed at all times.

E) In narrow channels, every boat shall keep to their right of the middle of the channel.

F) When boats approach ahead, they shall pass with the other boat to the left (port rule) at a distance and speed so that the wake of neither will endanger the other.

G) In the event of mechanical failure, an angler may attract the attention of another angler by utilising whatever means (no mobile communication) alternatively he may use his mobile phone to contact the Weigh Master to request assistance. Although an angler has notified the Weigh Master of mechanical failure this does not negate his requirement to have his tag on the board prior to the closure of his session.

H) Overtaking in the same direction shall be executed with discretion and the overtaken boat shall maintain its course until well clear of overtaken boat(s).

I) Generally, the overtaking boat should keep to the deep-water side of the other, without endangering boats approaching head-on.

J) Boats approaching at right angles shall apply the port-rule. The boat with the other on the port (left) side has right of way. The other boat shall alter course and/or speed so as to pass astern of the boat with right of way.

K) Power boats shall give way to boats under sail or hand power, irrespective of the right of way.

L) If, in their opinion, a participant appears to be incapable of operating his boat in a safe manner, the organisers may exercise their right to disqualify such person.



A) Competitors will at all times display a high standard of sportsmanship and courtesy to both fellow competitors and members of the public.

B) The principles of conservation will be promoted at all times.



A) Bass which have been physically damaged, altered, or wilfully mutilated will be disqualified at the discretion of the weigh master, whose decision will be final.

B) Presenting damaged, altered, or wilfully mutilated fish may be cause for the disqualification of the angler concerned.

C) The introduction of materials or devices that cause an increase in weight/mass of a fish shall be deemed as wilful damage and will be just cause for the disqualification of the angler concerned.

D) Old and/or accidental injuries, which do not cause the fish to be heavier than if it were not injured, will be accepted.

E) Fish, whether dead or alive, that have partially ingested their prey, shall not be weighed until the protruding remains of such ingested prey are safely removed and not count towards the weight.



A) Only the competitor will handle his/her catch to be weighed and presented for scoring. Helpers will provide the means for so doing but not handle the fish.

B) Identification discs or cards will be presented to the weigh-master to ensure correctness of scoring and the score sheet initialled against the entry by the competitor.

C) Once a competitor enters a buoyed off area, as indicated in the briefing as the No Wake zone, the fish in their possession become the property of the weigh-master who may also inspect their live-wells at any time.



A) A large enough waiting area shall be provided and marshalled. 

B) Cut off time is to be indicated by the sounding of a horn or siren and/or flare. Should any competitor's boat not be within the boundaries of the waiting area at such time, his/her catch for that session will be disqualified.

C) Under extenuating circumstances, the disqualification of an angler may be overruled by the Tournament Committee, after process of written appeal. Their decision shall be final and no further discussion will be entered into although accepted norms of fair play to any other competitor(s) in similar circumstances must be applied.

D) Should the Tournament Committee indicate at the briefing that a Disc (Tag) System is in operation then the competitor(s) will only be automatically deemed to have arrived in good time for the weigh-in, if their discs are placed on the board prior to cut-off time which will be indicated by the sounding of a horn.

E) If any Competitor’s Disc is not returned to the board before the end of that competitor’s Fishing Session, said Competitor will be disqualified with the exception of Rules 11.B. 

F) If an angler is disqualified for being late but has weighed fish earlier and these have been recorded by the weigh-master these fish will count towards his overall score.  Only fish that have yet to be weighed will not count. 



A) In the event of the jetty or beaching area being overcrowded by boats, a competitor may claim waiting time if the weigh-in deadline is imminent. This can only be done by attracting the attention of the timing marshal if in the waiting area (no-wake area) in good time before the deadline time is reached. The timing marshal will immediately note the competitor’s name & the time of any such incident in a log book.

B) Any competitor rendering emergency assistance to another competitor which results in his/her late arrival may have his/her catch weighed if he/she provides satisfactory proof of such assistance given. The timing marshal will note the name of the competitors concerned and the time of the incident in a log book.   



A) Entry and exits to the weighing-in area must be clearly defined to enable the weigh master to expeditiously weigh fish and eliminate queuing.

B) Anglers will be required to Exit and Enter the Weigh Station Area via a set of buoys, this is a demarcated NO-WAKE ZONE.

C) A minimum of 2 (two) assized scales shall be available at National Championship and at National Inter Provincial Championships.

D) The weigh-master and another member of the organising committee need to have a clear visible view of the scales weight display at any event.

E) An Official Fish measure (300mm) shall be available at National Championship and at National Inter Provincial Championships against which all other measures shall be measured and adjusted, so as to be traceable to a Standard in the event of a dispute.

E) Anglers must handle their bass correctly to ensure a healthy return the water.

F) The Weigh Station must be open for the duration of any session.

G) A maximum of 5 (five) fish may be presented to the Weigh Master for the duration of a session (No culling at the Weigh Station).

H) Once an angler has presented his 5 (five) fish limit to the weigh master he must return to the slip and remove his boat even if there is still time left in his session.



A) The session or daily fish limit will be 5 (five) fish in all areas at all levels, regardless of the statutory (licence) limits stipulated in any particular area.

B) In the event of a competitor having more than the legal limit of live fish in his boat live-well, the angler/boat will be disqualified for that session.



A) Dead fish shall not be returned to the water, or disposed of in any manner during or immediately after a tournament (while weighing of fish is still in progress) under any circumstances except as provided for in these Rules.

B) Competitor(s) having dead fish on board, not wishing to present them for weighing, shall remove them from the live-well, store them in such a manner that they can be separately handed to the weigh master for disposal.

C) In the event that a competitor has separated dead fish from those to be presented for weighing (in accordance with Rule 14B above), such angler shall be permitted to replace dead fish with healthy ones up to the limit of 5 (five) fish.

D) No culling shall take place in the vicinity of the weigh station or in the waiting area(s). As all culling shall have been completed while angling to prevent the fish limit being exceeded at any time. Competitors may not continue fishing whilst culling. Once the process of culling is completed and only 5 fish are on board the boat, then the competitor(s) may continue fishing. Should an angler/boat ONLY have the prescribed 5 (five) fish on board but wish to check the size of a fish prior to presenting his catch to the weigh master, then this may be done within the holding area.



A) An angling day may be divided into sessions at the discretion of the organisers.

B) Each session will be treated as if a new day, with defined start/finish times, live-well inspections, and other applicable provisions as laid down in these Rules.

C) There shall be no more than two sessions in any daylight period.

D) Weighing-in at tournaments may take place throughout the day with each angler being permitted to weigh in the legal limit per session.



A) A no-wake area will be in force for at least 100 (one-hundred) meters to either side of the weigh-in site and 50 (fifty) meters to the front for the duration of the tournament, with the shore extremities being clearly marked, and no angling will be permitted in such areas.

B) All boats within this area will proceed at DEAD SLOW pace so as not to cause a wake.



A) No contestant may allow any fish caught by him/her to be added to the score of any other contestant. In such an event both competitors shall be disqualified and subject to disciplinary procedures.

B) Cutting of fins etc. as a means of identification is damaging to the fish and will be classed as wilful mutilation, which will be cause for the angler to be disqualified.



A) An Organising Committee boat may approach and a member may board a competitor's boat if deemed necessary in the event of an alleged infringement of these or supplementary rules.



A) Any protest is to be submitted in writing to the organising committee no later than 60 minutes after the last weigh-in session for that day and duly signed by the individual filing the protest, together with names of witnesses (if any).

B) Where an incident occurs that is deemed to be of such a nature as to require further investigation, full reports shall be submitted and accepted within 7 (seven) days, and the investigation concluded and decision made within 30 days, respectively, of the last day of the event that the protest was raised.



A) National Trials

Anglers that have a tie over the National Trials will automatically receive the respective Grand Prix points as per a Single Event as indicated above. In the case of establishing a National Champion (1st Place Tie), both anglers would receive 100 Grand Prix points towards the National Ceding, however to determine the National Champion for the year the following would apply: 1st Tie Break would be the total number of fish over the National Trials. 2nd Tie Break would be the largest bag obtained at the National Trials. 3rd Tie Break would be the Biggest Fish at the National Trials.

B) National Ceding

In the case of a tie on the ceding lists: 1st Tie Break is based on the total of the current Grand Prix points the previous two Nationals respective Grand Prix points. 2nd Tie Break is based on the angler with the highest Grand Prix points in the current Nationals. 3rd Tie Break would be the Total number of fish over the current year plus the previous two Nationals.



A) Scoring will be one point for each live fish, plus one point per kilogram of mass and equivalent part point per part kilogram. In the event of a dead fish the one point per fish will not be awarded, e.g. a live healthy fish weighing 0.750 kilogram is equal to 1.750 points.

B) A fish that is "gilling" shall be deemed to be alive, and the final decision is at the discretion of the weigh-master.



A) Angling will be with artificial lures only.

B) No "live bait" or prepared (organic) bait shall be permitted.

C) Only one wet line, attached to a rod and reel, per angler may be used at any one time.

Anglers are not permitted to use double soft jerkbait rigs, drop shot rigs with jigs used as weights, double topwater set-ups and other multi-lure rigs such as “umbrella rigs”.

D) No trolling will be permitted, i.e. no lure attached to a line may be overboard while an Outboard Engine is running.

E) No tethered or hand-line of any description may be used under any circumstances.



A) Only bass measuring 300 mm and over will be acceptable for weighing. The measurement is to be from the outer extremities of the closed mouth to the outer tip of the tail, with the fish placed on a flat surface.

B) Any undersize fish presented to the weigh-master will encounter a penalty of ½ (one-half) a point off the angler s score and that fish will be rejected, but WILL count as portion of the session (daily) limit.

C) The Official SABAA Guideline for the Measurement of Fish Prescribes. 

D) Fish shall not be transferred to another host for any reason whatsoever other than in the event of a complete mechanical failure. In which case the angler from the immobilised boat shall proceed directly to the Weigh Station without angling, accompany his catch in a separate weigh bag with his tag to be presented to the weigh master.

E) There shall be an arrangement which shall prevent catches from being confused.



A) No boat may approach to within casting distance of another boat. Casting distance is considered to be 30 metres.

Any boat will therefore have a “protected/private” fishing space of a 30 metre radius into which no other boat may enter or be casted into, unless the angler on that boat specifically authorises another boat to enter and/or fish into that boat’s 30m space. In such an event rule 24B will become applicable.  Where a bay with backwater or river systems apply, a boat may pass through the anglers protected area/radius on electric trolling motor to fish beyond and outside of the protected area/radius

The following diagram refers:


B) If another boat is allowed to fish within a boat’s casting distance, then any other boat may enter and fish that boat’s wet line area as well.

C) When two boats are fishing towards each other, then the boat that is closest to the bank will stay against the bank and the other shall give a reasonable berth around the boat on the bank.



A) At National Championships only the team members and the official reserve shall be permitted on the water on practice day, the reserve will leave after the official sequence of the flights has concluded and will automatically have the same session time as that of the third flight out.

B) At National Championships ONLY the official anglers may be on the water during the 3 (three) tournament days.  Should any of the official anglers not be able to continue angling for whatever reason, the reserve may continue to fish for the balance of the sessions.

C) At National Championships, there may not be more than one angler per boat for the duration of the event.

D) At National Inter-Provincial Championships, the entire team. Reserve and manager may be on the water during practice (maximum of 5 (five) boats per Provincial team, with the reserve/manager boats departing after the official starting sequence is completed). During the tournament days, the manager/reserve may be on the water but may not fish. A Reserve may be rotated onto any of the Provincial team’s 4 (four) boats during the session, on condition that this is witnessed by the weigh master.



A) A landing net may be used to land fish.

B) An angler must catch, fight and then land the fish, without having to resort to changing the structure (breaking of trees etc) to enable the fish to be landed, nor may he enter the water to retrieve a fish caught on the undergrowth whilst fighting a fish i.e. to manually retrieve or catch a fish by hand that has been entangled in the depths of the water necessitating swimming underwater to achieve this. Anglers hand must stay in contact with the gunnel of their boats at all times.



A) Anglers shall be disqualified if encroachment is made on out- of-bounds areas, which have been declared off-limits by water affairs/nature conservation or the darn authorities e.g. dam wall areas, weirs or private property etc.

B) Anglers shall be disqualified if excessive speed is applied in a no-wake area such as a sanctuary, breeding area and/or private property (where this stipulation is a condition of entry to such an area).




A) No member may be under the Influence of alcohol whilst participating in a tournament or an Association function and/or in control of a boat or motor vehicle. The stipulations of National Road Safety rules will apply.

B) The use of illegal drugs or substances (as defined in common law) by contestants during tournaments and Association functions is prohibited.

C) Contravention of Rule 28 A. & B. above will constitute a serious offence against the Constitution and will be summarily dealt with under its provisions by (at least and immediately) preventing further participation, removing (by force if necessary) the capability to operate a boat or motor vehicle until deemed safe to return such control.

D) Contravention of Rule 28 A. & B. above shall remain a de-merit and shall not prescribe.



A) Senior National Championship Tournaments, the use of cellular phones, is allowed for safety purposes only. No angler may contact another angler, whilst on the water, unless in the case of an emergency.

B) At National Championships, arrangements must be made with the organising committee for emergency messages to be intercepted and conveyed to the participants.

C) National Inter-Provincial Championships allow for any form of communication between team members.



A) A Division in good standing after their qualifying tournaments may nominate a squad of ten members, one reserve and one manager to the Senior National Championship tournament.

B) A Province in good standing after their qualifying tournaments may nominate a squad of eight members, one reserve and one manager to the National Inter – Provincial Championship tournament



A) The National Championships event will be concluded with an award ceremony where the SA Champion Individual Angler will be presented with the SA Individual Championship Floating Trophy.

B) Only the top anglers and the teams will be announced.  All other anglers to obtain their result from the ceding ladder.

C) The National Inter – Provincial Championships event will be concluded with an award ceremony where the SA Champion Provincial Team will be presented with the SA Inter Provincial Championship Floating Trophy.



A) Under ANY of the above rules, the organising committee at each level is empowered to disqualify any competitor, after due consideration of the facts, deemed to have broken these rules at their level and/or apply disciplinary measures as defined in the Constitution.


Tournament Committee 

Tournament Director - Johan Landman 082 881 1533

Weigh Master - Theo Messinis 082 558 6926

Boat and Livewell Inspection - Malcolm Palmer 084 302 3126

Master of Ceremonies

John Badenhorst

Photography and Video

Steven Versveld - Libra Vision

Entry #NameProvinces NAANGLER1ANGLER2
1Boland Boat 1BolandBertelo VisserStephan Britz
2Boland Boat 2BolandIan VersfeldMark Wegerhoff
3Boland Boat 3BolandRyan RafflesLen Le Roux
4Boland Boat 4BolandSeppie Van Der SpuyVincent De Boer
5Western Province Boat 3Western ProvinceRichard WatsonThomas Stewart
6Western Province Boat 4Western ProvinceFreddie SteynIvan Stavrev
7Western Province Boat 2Western ProvinceAndrew LockeAndrew Nienaber
8Western Province Boat 1Western ProvinceRory HeidmannErno Muller
9Eastern Province Boat 1Eastern ProvinceJames ReaSimon Strydom
10Eastern Province Boat 2Eastern ProvinceMark GibsonMario Nel
11Eastern Province Boat 3Eastern ProvinceBradley CostaTodd Camons
12Eastern Province Boat 4Eastern ProvinceAndrew HolmesSteve Watson
13Southern Cape Boat 2Southern CapeDean SearleJerian Spaans
14Southern Cape Boat 1Southern CapePaul KempDirk Coxen
15Southern Cape Boat 3Southern CapeGeorg ForgPhillip Van Den Berg
16Southern Cape Boat 4Southern CapeJacques CooperMatt Woolley
17Border Boat 1BorderCyril SchwartzPeter Hein
18Border Boat 4BorderClint LentzPeter - John Ferreira
19Border Boat 2BorderTyrone SchwartzBrett Edmunds
20Border Boat 3BorderMorgan HeinLuke Eberhardt
21Natal Coastal Highway Boat 1 Natal Coastal HighwayHendrik KorfSarel Dicks
22Natal Coastal Highway Boat 2Natal Coastal HighwayGareth HughesDennis Lutge
23Natal Coastal Highway Boat 3Natal Coastal HighwayMark AllenAndre Marais
24Natal Coastal Highway Boat 4Natal Coastal HighwayAndre SenekalVian Senekal
25Natal Coastal Boat 1Natal Coastal ProvincialBryan Leppan Charles Van Heerden
26Natal Coastal Boat 2Natal Coastal ProvincialJohan Van CoppenhagenDon Drennan
27Natal Coastal Boat 3Natal Coastal ProvincialRoss SummerellRonnie Thompson
28Natal Coastal Boat 4Natal Coastal ProvincialLen De WetShaun John
29Natal Midlands Boat 1Natal MidlandsShane RedmanTeun Schuss
30Natal Midlands Boat 2Natal MidlandsFrikkie ScheepersDaniel Norton
31Natal Midlands Boat 3Natal MidlandsLollius NiemackLollius Niemack
32Natal Midlands Boat 4Natal MidlandsBrendon Van ZuydamLloyd Muirhead
33Central Gauteng Boat 1Central GautengBrent KinlochMartin Attwell
34Central Gauteng Boat 2Central GautengHennie Du PreezJohan Cloete
35Central Gauteng Boat 3Central GautengDudley FourieJustin Trentelman
36Central Gauteng Boat 4Central GautengFrans Swanepoel Cliff Van Der Wath
37Gauteng North Boat 4Gauteng NorthTinus BarnardJapie Botha
38Gauteng North Boat 1Gauteng NorthPieter EspagMorne Barnard
39Gauteng North Boat 3Gauteng NorthChad AnassisGary Halvorsen
40Gauteng North Boat 2Gauteng NorthPiet HattinghMichi Husgen
41Northern Natal Boat 3Northern NatalDavid ThompsonJon Swart
42Northern Natal Boat 2Northern NatalShane EstranJonathan Kirk
43Northern Natal Boat 4Northern NatalRajen GovenderCraig De Sousa
44Northern Natal Boat 1Northern NatalRyan SwartZayne Kemp
45Mpumalanga Boat 1MpumalangaHennie SchoemanRuan Wahl
46Mpumalanga Boat 2MpumalangaJohn WickhamTristan Wickham
47Mpumalanga Boat 3MpumalangaBraam WahlJohan Benadie
48Mpumalanga Boat 4MpumalangaFrik SteynJako Steyn