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. 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,
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was held on Wednesday 4 March. Th. C 00 S Qua an9U1ar Meeting which
lS day was enjoyed by everyone.
This year saw our numbers greatly reduced because of transport difficult'
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.
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
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
Esnnis has been very well supported by both non-team and team players
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
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
We wish the tennis teams for 1988 the best of luck.
BILL SEDDON IVUIORS
SERVICE AND RUSTPROOFING
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M o T o S P Ao T f
REPAIRS '10 All MAIES
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SPEXIIALISTS REPAIRS AND SPARES
CIJNTRACIORS TO BUY-AID
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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
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
We ve started our second term of cr1cket on a hlgh note by w1nn.1.ng
both our matches agalnst Sun Valley by 8 W1CkStS and John Graham by
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
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,
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