DHS SPORT AGAINST VRYHEID LANDBOU
On Saturday, April 23, DHS hosted the sports day against Vryheid Landbou. It was a very successful day where DHS won all their games. The scores were as follow:
NETBALL: u/14 A won 8 – 0, u/14 B won 16 – 2, u/15 won 15 – 11, u/16 won 17 – 7, 2nd team won 23 – 5 and 1st team won 21 – 1.
HOCKEY: 2nd team won 3 – 0 and the 1st team won 7 – 0
RUGBY: u/15 won 40 – 7, u/16 won 39 – 0, 2nd team won 19 – 0 and the 1st team won 29 – 11.
FUN SQUASH ROUND ROBIN
On Friday, April 22, Mrs du Plessis organised a fun squash round robin for all the interested young scholars in the area. There were fourteen enthusiastic athletes – in various stages of competency and fitness which ensured a balanced mini tournament. These young teens had an enjoyable afternoon filled with many moments of jokes, sportsmanship and fun. It was beautiful to witness the camaraderie and good manners amongst all the learners. After each competitor played four games, the scores were recorded and tallied up; the semifinals were played by Andile Qwabe (DHS) and twelve year old Rynier van Rensburg (DJS) as well as Talente Qwabe (SAREL) and Keagan Donaldson (DHS). In the end the two Qwabe brothers played out in the finals and Andile Qwabe was victorious in winning the day. Mrs du Plessis would like to thank all the learners for their enthusiasm and involvement in this successful day! Squash is such an amazing game and the development thereof amongst the youth of Dundee is very important for the future of this sport in our town.
Enthusiastic squash players ready to get the ball rolling
Winners, Andile Qwabe (DHS) and his brother Talente Qwabe (SAREL)