Hermannsburg Happenings

2016-05-11 06:00
David Torgius, Ayabonga Dlamini, Joel Pope, Anna Kremnitzer, Pastor Risch and Luke Pellow-Jarmin at the Greytown Mountain Bike Classic prize giving after their fantastic 1-2 finish.

David Torgius, Ayabonga Dlamini, Joel Pope, Anna Kremnitzer, Pastor Risch and Luke Pellow-Jarmin at the Greytown Mountain Bike Classic prize giving after their fantastic 1-2 finish.

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THE U13 girls played in the recent day-night hockey tournament, where they played Clarendon (0-0), St John's (0-1), Monument (1-0), Wembley (0-0), St Patrick's (0-3), Wartburg (0-0), Mooi River (0-0) and Treverton (0-0) to come 5th in their pool. All other hockey and rugby was cancelled over the weekend due to the weather.

At the Greytown Mountain Bike Classic, Hermannsburg once again provided the bike-wash and our pupils assisted with repairs and even a spot of first aid. In the three-kilometre run-ride, Liam Uys came second and James Waller fourth, while Jen and Gary Townsend did us proud in the 10km run.
In the night relay, HMB 2 placed first (Joel Pope, Luke Pellow-Jarmin and Ayabonga Dlamini) while HMB 1 finished in second place (Anna Kremnitzer, David Torgius and Pastor Risch). On Sunday, Luke Pellow-Jarmin came second in the 25km cycle, with Benjamin Rabe in third place. Thank you to Mrs Waller for organising our school's participation.

Preparations for this year's 160th Jubilee Schulfest are reaching fever pitch, with many former pupils expected to attend as well as members of the school and family and friends. From Friday afternoon to Sunday morning a full programme of cultural items, sport and fine fare will be on offer. Be there.

And don't forget that on Friday, 20 May the KwaZulu-Natal Youth Choir will be performing with our school choirs in the church hall at Hermannsburg - don't miss out.

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