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2015-05-27 06:00

ON 19 May 19 the Grade 1 and 2 girls took part in a mini-hockey tournament at Wembley College.

The girls had a lot of fun and played very well. The Grade 1 girls played three games, they won two and lost one. The Grade 2 girls played three games, they lost two and drew one.

Grade R pupils visited The Crafty Duck and explored the themes on farm animals, birds and reptiles and their habitat and habits. They fed the friendly farm animals, had a donkey ride and enjoyed a train ride around the farm. This trip was a fun-filled, educational experience. Pupils were accompanied by Miss Zakwe, Miss Nabee and Mr Nel.

On Wednesday the U10 rugby boys played against Scottsville. Unfortunately, due to many handling errors, they lost.

On Wednesday the U11 rugby boys travelled to Pietermaritzburg and played against Scottsville. Greytown scored early in the first half and converted. The second half was much more difficult.

On Wednesday Greytown Juniorand#039;s U13 side travelled to Scottsville. Although applying early pressure Greytown was unable to break through Scottsvilleand#039;s defence. The final score was 28-0 in Scottsvilleand#039;s favour.

The U9, U10 and U11 netball girls played a match at Piet Retief yesterday. They lost all their matches, but learnt a lot and had fun playing.

Scores:

U9 lost 5-2

U10 lost 3-0

U11 lost 1-0.

On Thursday 21 May Greytown Juniorand#039;s first team and B team U12 and U13 netball girls played against Piet Retief on our fields.

Greytown Junior B team vs Piet Retief B team, drew 2-2.

Greytown Junior A team, our first team, showed great effort when Bandile Ngobese scored seven goals and Amnandi Masimula scored three.

Greytown Junior Junior A team vs Piet Retief score was 9-1 in favour of Greytown Junior.

Well done to all the girls for their good team spirit and dedication.

On Friday 22 May the cross-country team travelled to MCS in Pietermaritzburg. All the athletes ran well and achieved good results. Sphesihle Kubheka and Nkasimulo Mzolo ran outstanding races and finished third and second in their respective races.

On Saturday the U11 rugby team traveled to Estcourt to play against Drakensview. Despite a slow start the boys played better as the game went on and managed to score three tries to Drakesviewand#039;s one, winning the match 15-5

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