Coltri Compressors South Africa put together a great package that will work for most smaller paintball venues as well as mobile paintball events.
The package includes the following:
- Portable Coltri Compressor (MCH-6) – Petrol (100lt/min) or Single phase (80lt/min) -Auto Drain
- 2x 15l Faber Steel Scuba Cylinders (3000 psi)
- All piping
- Paintball Fill connector
- Compressor Operator Certification (2 day course – Manpower approved)
Price: R63,250 (all inclusive)
If you are looking for a cost effective solution for your field/event and for great service contact Steve Moller from Coltri South Africa on 082 449 3576
The South African National Paintball Association (SANPA) is excited to announce the first Corporate Paintball Charity Challenge in collaboration with the SARPL (South African Regional Paintball League).
We are inviting companies to experience tournament paintball with prize money that will be donated to the winning company’s charity of their choice. R5,000 for each five (5) teams that have entered will be allocated towards this initiative. This means that the more teams that enter, the greater the donation will be towards creating change for the charity of your choice.
Register your company to compete in the Corporate Paintball Charity Challenge and experience tournament paintball against other companies to see which company will reign supreme at this year’s Cape Argus Sportshow on Friday 24 March 2017.
The South African National Paintball Association (SANPA) would like to welcome the South African Magfed Federation (SAMF) as a provisional affiliated association under SANPA to grow the sport of paintball in South Africa, specifically looking after the magfed players and creating various events and opportunities for them in a safe environment.
SAMF started with 6 military simulation paintball players from across Southern Africa, together they formed with one goal in mind – to achieve, regional, provincial and international cups for amateur MILSIM teams in South Africa, run by SAMF. Challenging teams who want realistic scenarios, improve their skills in military tactics gameplay, which will test the different team’s skill in the art of organizing a military simulation team, and techniques for combining and using MILSIM markers.
SANPA wishes the SAMF all the best with their endevours to help grow paintball in SA working together for paintball players around SA.
For more information on the SAMF please visit the SAMF facebook page
Day 2 of the U19 Paintball World Cup saw the SANPA U19 team taking on Great Britain in the semi-finals in Chantilly, Paris with a massive amount of support from South Africa watching the live webcast as well as support via social media during the day.
The team looked strong and took the first point against Great Britain, but a very strong and determined Britain took the second point tying up the game. Both teams played extremely well and games went to two points each with only 15 seconds left on the clock. With no points scored in the final 15 seconds of regulation time, the team had to get ready for their sudden death over-time game.
South Africa had the lead and dominated on the field as we entered the last minute of the game. Unfortunately our last player did not see the penalty on Great Britain and missed the opportunity to touch the buzzer before the time ran out.
Due to the tied game and looking at the current regulations/rules which states that in case of a tie-breaker after overtime a winner is decided according to their seeded position at the start of the tournament. With Great Britain being seeded higher than South Africa it unfortunately meant we lost the round and will have to play Norway for 3rd. This was a huge setback for the team after being undefeated in the prelims yesterday against Germany, France and Russia. This was also the first time in the event history that a game ended in a tie game after overtime, and after what happened today they will definitely go back to discuss how this rule must be changed for future events to make sure it is more fair towards the teams competing.
With this major setback hanging over the team and their heads not in the game it was Norway who dominated the field and won 4:0 against SA during the finals placing us 4th overall in the U19 Paintball World Cup for 2016.
The event taught the players many valuable lessons that they will definitely never forget, and Coach Eugene Jansen van Rensburg did an absolutely superb job in leading the team and we are looking forward to seeing more from our SANPA U19 team at the next U19 Paintball World Cup.
This was the first time we send a U19 team to compete in the Paintball World Cup and we are extremely happy with what we achieved.
A good day was had by the SANPA (South African National Paintball Association) U19 team today in Chantilly, France.
South Africa romped home by winning all 3 their prelim games.
SA demolished Germany 4:2, went on to convincingly beat France 2:1, and then slaughtered Russia 4:0.
The team will thus be playing in the semi-finals tomorrow against Great Britain, and then, depending on the results of the other countries, either France or Norway in the finals.
SANPA, doing South Africa proud!
Team players are:
- Adam Stevenson (captain) – Western Cape
- John-Henri Jansen van Rensburg – Gauteng
- Daryn Steytler – Western Cape
- Ross Cuyler – Western Cape
- Jason Joffin – Western Cape
- Duncan Perold – Gauteng
- Tristan vd Merwe – Gauteng
- Matthew van Blerk – Gauteng
- Dean Strydom – Eastern Cape
- Eugene Jansen van Rensburg – Coach
Play-offs will be streamed on www.gosports.com on 17 Sep from 4pm
In 3 weeks time the SANPA U19 national representative team will be landing in Paris, France to compete at the U19 Paintball World Cup that will take place in conjunction with the Millennium Paintball World Cup in Chantilly, Paris from 16-18 September 2016.
Our U19 squad has been putting in a lot of time preparing for the event and we are excited to see them perform at a international event. We wishing them all the best and we know they will make us proud.
If you would like to support the team financially to assist with the various expenses please make your contribution to:
Acc no: 1276068652