King Edward High news

2017-09-15 06:00
PHOTOS: SuppliedU11 boys hockey team at Kokstad Junior School’s hockey tournament.

PHOTOS: SuppliedU11 boys hockey team at Kokstad Junior School’s hockey tournament.

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HOCKEY BOYS ON FIRE

DURING the past two weeks, King Edward High School’s junior and senior primary boys hockey teams took part in several tournaments and matches in the area.

On August 24 the U7 to U9 hockey boys played against St Patricks. The U7 A team lost 4-3, while the B team beat St Patricks 3-0. The U8 team won 3-0 and the U9’s lost 1-0.

On Saturday August 26, the U10 and U11 King Edward boys hockey teams took part in Kokstad Junior School’s U10 and U11 hockey tournament.

It was an enjoyable and well-organised event, with the boys playing excellent hockey.

The U10 A team won five matches and lost one, while the B team won one and lost one. The U11 A team won two, drew three and lost one match, the B team won two, drew two and lost one match.

The U11 and U13 teams also played against St Patricks in Kokstad on Tuesday, August 29. The U11 A team won their match 5-0 and the B team won the match with a last minute goal, ensuring a final score of 2-1. The U13 team beat St Patricks 8-0.

Last weekend the U9 to U13 King Edward boys hockey teams participated in Lynford’s Hockey Festival. The U9 A team won both their games and the B team won one and lost the other match.

The U10 A team won all three their matches and the B team won one and lost two.

The U11 A team won two and lost one match, while the B team won two, drew one and lost two matches.

The U13s played 8-a-side matches. The A team won two and drew one, while the B team drew two and won one match.

Well done to all the boys who played.

GRADE R’S GET BAKING LESSONS AT RHINO BAKERY

Rhino Bakery hosted the three King Edward High Grade R classes for lessons in bread and cookie baking. Uncle Wellington demonstrated all the ins and outs of bread baking – showing off the massive ovens and mixers to the delight of the impressed learners.

Thereafter pupils baked and decorated their own gingerbread men, which was definitely the highlight of this memorable visit.

Many thanks to store manager Ray Watkinson and bakery manager Uncle Wellington for making the visit possible.

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