School sport

TOUCH RUGBY: Learners from Sir John Adamson are front: Kelsey Martin (u.17 girls) and Sanele Khumalo (u.15 boys). Back: Khanya Makhothi (u.15 girls, also named most valuable player at the tournament), Thoriso Simelane (u.15 boys) and Selkoane Selatile (u.19 boys). *Photo supplied.

Touch rugby regional tournament held

Eastern Gauteng, Central and Northern Gauteng participated in this annual tournament which is organised by Eastern Gauteng touch rugby.
UNDER 16: Tshedza Netshienodeulu, Andani Nemangaya, Mickey Oosthuizen (coach) and Kefentse Molubi.

Sir John Adamson rugby players excel

The school had seven girls who were selected to represent the Golden Lions at the SA Rugby Girls Youth Week tournaments.
VICTORIOUS: The u.16 soccer team from Waterstone College with their medals.

Waterstone College Soccer success

Waterstone College won a soccer championship recently, when they finished off their opposition in style.
WINNERS: The Waterstone College under 13 boys cricket team.

Waterstone dominates

Waterstone College played in the final against Laerskool Monument Park beating them by 45 runs
GO BOYS: Standing proud after playing in the Open A Boys soccer league, is the Mondeor High School soccer first team with Mrs Nicolaou (principal, left front), Mr Kevin Botha (head coach, left back) and Mr Katlego Ramasodi (assistant coach).

Mondeor High first soccer team

Mondeor High School is very proud of its first soccer team who recently competed in the Open A Boys league.
ATHLETES: Winchester Primary School is proud of the learners who represented the school at schools athletics.

Athletic girls

Putting the school on the map.

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