Sports Results 25 February 2020
Well done to the teams who participated last week, winning six of their seven matches.
|1st||Voortrekker||Won||44 – 1|
|1st||Treverton||Won||29 – 6|
|U16A||Carter||Won||30 – 5|
|U16B||TWC U16A||Lost||23 – 12|
|U15A||Carter||Won||22 – 3|
|U14A||TWC 14A||Won||13 – 9|
|U14B||Voortrekker||Won||12 – 8|
In Canoeing, girls competed in various races over the past 2 weeks:
Emma Pennington, Kim van Rooyen and Claire van Rooyen came top 5 in their age groups in the K1 and K2 Dash and Crash Races last Saturday.
In Campbells to Dusi Bridge last Sunday, Kim van Rooyen & Emma Pennington came 2nd in the U18 girls.
In the Interschools 200m sprints head-to-head knockout, Emily Vermaak came 2nd in U18 and Georgia Frost came 7th in the U16.
Results from the Interschool competition hosted at Epworth last week Saturday
Canterbury Show Jumping Show
- Olivia Johnson came 1st in both of her 90cm classes
- Bronwyn McGaw came 1st in the 1m class
- Emily Barker came 1st in the 1,10m class
Ulwazi Eventing Show
- Amy Coxon Gilliatt came 3rd and Beth Coxon Gilliatt came 4th in the CNC One Star class
- Grace George came second in the 1m class
- Philippa Erskine came first in the 90cm class and first in the 70cm class
- Drew Munro came second in the 70cm class
Jorja Kinvig placed 4th at the SANESA Eventing Junior 60cm class
Well done to Savannah Ingledew who won the Midlands Pre-season ladies top 16 ladder championship this past week convincingly, surpassing her senior and very experienced opponent. Savannah also went on to win the U16 Pre-Season tournament on the weekend.
Independent schools Gala results
It was a tightly contested gala last week Wednesday with St Anne’s winning the event by one point. Final points were as follows:
Well done to the U16 Team who won all their events.
In the only completed fixture of the week, the St Anne’s 8th Team beat GHS 4th Team 40 – 23.
Well done to the following girls who have been included into the Midlands teams:
U19: Emily Bennett, Grace Love, Rafilwe Molai
Congratulations to the following girls that have been selected into SA teams for upcoming tournaments:
Emma Thornton has been selected into the U15 SA team that will travel to Zimbabwe for the CANA ZONE IV Water Polo Championship from 11 – 15 March 2020.
Non-travelling reserve: Annabel Hardie
Erin Ahier has been selected into the U18 SA team that will travel to Zimbabwe for the AFRICAN YOUTH Water Polo Qualifiers from 11 – 15 March 2020.
Non-travelling reserve: Olivia Rosenfels
Jessica Brown has been selected as a non-travelling reserve for SA U17 Team for the EU NATIONS JUNIOR Woman’s Water Polo Cup in Brno, Czech Republic from 13 – 15 March.