Category: Sports

Onder 17A Netbalspan van Hans Moore presteer!

Die O/17 A Netbal Span van Hans Moore Hoërskool in Benoni, het aan die Gauteng Skole Kampioenskappe deelgeneem op 16 en 17 Junie 2017. Hulle het in die semi-finaal teen Hoёrskool Kempton Park gespeel en 13-9 gewen. Hulle het uitgespeel in die finaal teen Krugersdorp High School, maar het ongelukkig verloor. Hulle eindig  14de in Gauteng. Die span is ook die Ekurhuleni WENNERS. Hulle het Springs Girls High 20-11 gewen en toe vir Germiston High met 20-6 gewen.  Hulle wen ook die Ekurhuleni Challenge op 12 Junie 2017, waar hulle Hugenote met 21 – 11 gewen het. Hulle gaan dan...

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Grade 2 pupil achieved Junior Colours for Rhythmic Gymnastics

Katherine Deacon, a grade 2 pupil at St Andrew’s School for Girls, has competed in three Novice Club Invitational Competitions this season for level 3 Rhythmic Gymnastics. This level comprises a ball routine and a free dance routine. Katherine initially won a Gold Medal in Johannesburg while also scoring the highest over all age groups. She went on to attain a Silver in Polokwane and recently, on Youth Day, a Gold in Brits. Katherine also earned a gold medal and U8 first place in the Regional Qualifiers so, once again, achieved her Junior Colours for Rhythmic Gymnastics this year....

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Pupils selected for National Youth Swimming Squad 2017

St Andrew’s School for Girls, in Bedfordview, pupils Lize-Mari de Beer and Jenna Pearse, grade 11, were selected to be part of the National Youth Swimming Squad for 2017, and Kerryn Herbst, grade 9 and Hannah Robertson, grade 7 were selected to be part of the National Junior Swimming Squad for 2017.  Selection is based on Olympic events only and squads are selected on Swimming South Africa (SSA) Rankings as at 30th of April of each year.  To be eligible for selection to squads, swimmers must participate at any of the SSA National Long Course Championships in that...

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