Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa)

 - Class of 1987

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time 'sxeql an-L+:-1. x-.xxe-xr gc?ax.Keegaer junpccx uf.: ann -g , . p ,- .-.A SWIMVEHXE REPORT 1987 'Ihe year started off on a sound note wlth many new members jo1n1ng both the Seruor and Junlor Teams Our Inter House Gala was held on a sunny Saturday mornlng 7 March Thls was well organlzed by the two coaches Mr N Carr and Mrs L Mlles, and I am sure lt was enjoyed by both swumers and spectators Van der Stel won wlth Rhodes ccmlng Jn a close second and Dlaz thlrd Well done to all the swlmners who recelved trophles Our swmmers are ccxnpetlng 1n two galas ln November The flrst at Boston Prunary and the second one 15 our annual gala agalnst Kalk Bay Prrmary We wlsh our swmmers all the best We look forward to more of these occaslons next year MRS I. MILES U 10 CRICKET The season ccmnenced wlth a group of very enthuslastlc players Some who had U10 experlence and others, who had progressed from the num crlcket league The m1n1 crlcketers soon adjusted to the longer duratlon of the game as well as to the harder ball ouch ' An analysls of the flrst team matches Played Won Lost Draw Players that featured Wllb battlng and bowlmg Total Number of Runs 'Dotal Number of W1CketE Sean Laubscher 45 15 Paul Ungerer 43 4 Bryan Telford 24 Paul Louw 22 4 Davld Lalng 22 Paul Harrls 4 The new season has started wlth a vlctory ln thelr flrst match ' Mrs Roynon and Mr Laubscher are the coaches for thls season. MR W LEWIS U 13A CRICKET REPORT 1987 We started the season Wlth enough enthuslastlc boys to form a well balanced slde We went lnto our flrst match feellng confldent It was a close game but thanks to Cralg Campbell we flnally pulled dmrough second match was sllghtly easler, thanks to a 70 run partnershlp between Duncan prlngle and Shane Bowler Our flnal match was agalnst Bergvhet They flnally ended our record of unbeaten matches We ve started our second term of cr1cket on a hlgh note by both our matches agalnst Sun Valley by 8 W1CkStS and John Graham by 60 runs DUNCAN PRIINKSLE CHESS 1987 Th1s year chess has become more popular amongst our senlor boys Eweryone attended practlces and many a lunch break was spent challenglng each other and thelr Headmaster Our chess team conslsted of Marc Nadler lcaptalnl Matthew A1rd KIlSt1eI'l Alrd, Courtney Klpps Ph111p Lrndner Shastrl Frelsllch Norman Ohlssen and Davld Klosser All matches were played wlth much determlnatlon and enthuslasm We are proud to announce that we had four vlctorles thls season MISS C HAWKSIADRTH ATHLETICS REPORT Sports Day was held on a very sunny Frlday the 13 February. The day was enjoyed by both runners and parents. Van der Stel came flrst w1th 179 polnts, Rhodes second wlth 153 polnts and Dlaz thlrd wlth 139 polnts. Jerome Fowler recelved the followlng trophlesz Vlctor Ludorumg 1000 m Boys Open Trogmy and 400 m Boys Open Trophy. The V1ct'.r1x Ludorum Trophy was won by Veronlque des Fountarn. Candlce Freeman recelved the trophy for 1000 m Glrls Open. The 400 m Glrls Open Trophy was won by Caryg wllllamg, We would llke to thank B111 Innes for organlslng such a successful Athletlcs Meetlng. X In Ste Us, xr, a xac OL 11 H- L 1--Q -f. ..f,r-- ,..-,... , - t. IQ R ix e centre B might it ta i Q le Q txzxll and Inv fcixxrwi i t, , Y vann flrn-rrx lil 'V F41 I Fit: iv . -1 ' 52... K ' -- gf'?f-1-12512 ' i ...i . ' "1 '-' --" .r L?'f:5E2T.?lg fi?-' X P 5 . - - - - ' ' ' - 5, and-f s ..-afeawL,ji.5 f 1 - , 5319 : - ' ?1.:af?f, I 'fi-jf Qaida 5 :Ga "-:"a 12 2-'eiuvtgz QA yi-fe . . ' ' ' ' -A Faqijjfihifz' ,- - Vlrvfm.-' Ng.: ' , . , - ' ' 1,-"final . - . . gif? . I ' i ' , - .-rf . - I . V Q Y -- ,k YA T I - - - . V ' ' ' ' V' W . m , - . . . - ' 5 . : 1 f E . . , . "W . 1 . . ---Y V 1 ' . 1 p u o I ' ' g ' U - ' ' . . 1 . . . . , . . . D - . ' 7 y I . . . . . ' . . W . . .

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V - -- --V .. . .ii W, ..-,.,...-...- ...,. .- .,., .-,,,, hY,,,,i,1,1,,. ,,,,k,, V V-VV , ,l,, ,. V 7.-.,f.,.,V-wer. Y i Y SOCCERUl3 gi the in the history of Muizenberg Junior a season of soccer The Ul3A and B sides proved beyond doubt, that they oould compete against more experienced schools and do well in their respective leagues. Positive progress and development among the players could be assessed every week, with a number of players featuring very prominantly. The highlight of the season was the son's 'revenge' match against the dads, wgho lost 5 - 2 E CThe first 'Sons and Dads' match was won by the dads, Top goalscorer for the season was Craig Campbell with 14 goals followed by D1-1HCaI'1 Pringle and Basil Lawrenson with 12 goals each. The analysis for the season is as follows: First Half Season: Played Won Lost Draw Goals ForfAgainst A Team 6 2 l 3 27 14 B 'Beam 0 7 l 5 l 7 27 Second Half Season: K A Team 7 6 l 46 15 B Team 5 3 l l l9 9 A very big 'thank you' from all the players to the Moms and Dads who assisted with the transport. Looking forward to the next season of soccer. MR W LEWIS How I scored my magnificent long shot goal Our opponents centred once again and we're going down our half. Christoph our sweeper intercepted the ball and booted up to me, I ran back and collected it and started running towards their goal area. Their wing came down to plough me out of the ground, but just as he got to me I booted down to Quinton our wing. He carried it down further and then crossed it into the goal area, their goalkeeper jurrped up and got it. He took sane to find a place to kick the ball and he found it, it was down the centre straight at me. This was my only chance to do something good for the team, I ran and collected up the ball, controlled it, and booted for goal from 40 metres out. It was a high climbing ball and after a while it started dropping. I thought to myself, "Oh no now I really have made a mess of it !" But it wasn't 1 The goalkeeper dived to stop the ball, but too late. It crashed into the back of the net - it was aGOAL !!! GQAIG CAMPBELL . S'I'D 5 U ll SOCCER This year Muizenberg Junior School changed from Rugby to Football. . Our team was very enthusiastic and very willing to play football being very well captained by Justin Howarth. We had much fun and thoroughly enjoyed the season. Our best game was against St Agnes. During the first half we played hard but unfortunately we were down at half time by 2 goals. During the second half we dominated them and scored 2 goals to even the score 2 - 2. The most inproved players of the season were David Klosser and David Laing who could really be relied on. Thank you team for a great season. JUSTIN HGNARTH NETBALL REPORT - 1987 I, . fl, This year we had four teams carpeting in the False Bay Region League A Altogether there were eight schools we played against Miss C Lloyd took the beginner netball girls who were always very keen and enthusiastic. with the help of Miss Arenhold and myself the U side and both Ull sides enjoyed their netball, even though they. did not fare so well. U13 girls this year. They benefitted from her help and came a close third in the league. The U12 girls played well during the season Let's hope next year is just as enjoyable ns' 5520 ' ' if ,,-' . 10 f,Qii We would like to say a big thank-you to Mrs L Telford who coached the 3 ' 12 ..2'- w?aiei1'.':-:Lg MRSLMILES

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IXJ -B L I A 9 I 2 f1X"'jJ?'E'f' We then took our best athl . etes to co lete in an Inter-schools Athleti meetlng OH the 26 February at Bellville. Our athletes fared well ands more than 5 reached the finals, VE were the hos V t school for the Inter-s h l dr ' ' was held on Wednesday 4 March. Th. C 00 S Qua an9U1ar Meeting which lS day was enjoyed by everyone. MRS'L MILES CROSS TUNTRY This year saw our numbers greatly reduced because of transport difficult' ies, when they took the bus off the road they also took a lot of runners off the road. Despite this M.J.S. acquitted itself well this season. The Freeman twins shaped particularly well with Carmen taking a first at Newlands and a second at Fish Hoek. The boys too did well but it would appear that the girls have the edge on the boys. NPCARR TENNISETTE I - This sport is becoming more and more popular and some of our pupils are Showing great potential. The Sub A's have participated enthusiastically this year whilst our Sub B group have played on Thursdays and have had the opportunity of putting into practice the techniques and rules they have,learnt. The Std I group have continued to build on the basic skills learned ast year and are now playing competent games together on Tuesdays. MISS C A HAWKSWORTH TENNIS Esnnis has been very well supported by both non-team and team players 1 s year. he have a great number of young keen players and our classes are quite big. A This year we have had one tennis team entered in the tennis league but hope to have two teams playing matches next year. So, practice hard during the holidays everybody 1 MISS A ARENHOLD A TEAM REPORT The tennis team has enjoyed a very successful year and are proud to report that we have won all our matches. We are all grateful to the teachers who make it possible for us to A big thank you to Mrs Norman, Miss Lloyd, play our matches. Mrs Heldzingen and Miss Arenhold. The tennis players who played matches regularly are: Chad Venables Duncan Pringle, Quinton Atkinson, Shane Bowler, Dylan Mitchell and Gary Myers. I We wish the tennis teams for 1988 the best of luck. CHADVENABLES BILL SEDDON IVUIORS MAIN ROAD RETREAT 629900 SERVICE AND RUSTPROOFING . UNDERSEALING OF .CARAVANS VNURKSHOP gpy P A M o T o S P Ao T f 629858 REPAIRS '10 All MAIES 'OF VEHICLES ji SPEXIIALISTS REPAIRS AND SPARES MORRIS MINORS CIJNTRACIORS TO BUY-AID L inn. i

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