DHS SAREL DERBY DAY
All the teams played well and did considerably better than last year! Unfortunately the scores don’t reflect the passion and persistence of each player on the field. We are extremely proud of all the athletes who played till their last shred of energy left their muscles!
U14 lost 0-83, u/15 lost 5-23, u/16 lost 7-20 2nd team drew 3-3 and the first team lost 43-3.
All the DHS hockey players had a lot of enthusiasm and emotion as they prepared for their last game of the 2016 season. They were extremely excited to start their games. The hockey coaches at DHS are very proud of their young athletes who have grown into beautiful young ladies and gentleman on and off the field. We are also proud to announce that the u/16 hockey girls are undefeated for the 2016 season!!! This is a wonderful achievement and we hope to see this accomplishment continue for years to come!
u/14 lost 0-3, u/16 drew 0-0, second team lost 0-2 and the 1st team lost 0-1. The boys played very well and managed to score a goal but unfortunately the final score was 1-1.
u/14A won 13-10, u/14B lost 6-8, u/15A lost 9-24, u/15B lost 7-12, u/16Alost 11-16, u/16B won 14-5, 2nd team won 10-6 and 1st team lost 14-18.
We would like to thank all the coaches and supportive parents during the 2016 winter sport season. We look forward to an even more exciting and eventful 2017 season.
Thanks to Sarel Cilliers for a well organised day filled with lots of excitement and enthusiasm.
DHS’s JUSTIN DEKKER AT WORLD BMX CHAMPIONSHIPS IN COLUMBIA
We would like to take a moment to congratulate Justin Dekker for his wonderful achievement of qualifying to take part in this prestigious event. He is passionate about this sport and very good at it!!! We look forward to hearing about his travels and achievements in Columbia!