John Wesley wins shield at rugby Tourney

2016-06-14 06:00
 Photos: supplied Sports co-ordinator, Miss Sonez Barnard (left) and Coach, Mr Lucky Davis (right), Luthando Makhoba, Lethokuhle Makhathini, Nhlakanipho Nxaba, Wandile Mantshule, Bongumenzi Zungu, Zekhethelo Zama. Front:Andile Mahlaba, Qhawe Bhengu and Nhlanhla Sihlope.

Photos: supplied Sports co-ordinator, Miss Sonez Barnard (left) and Coach, Mr Lucky Davis (right), Luthando Makhoba, Lethokuhle Makhathini, Nhlakanipho Nxaba, Wandile Mantshule, Bongumenzi Zungu, Zekhethelo Zama. Front:Andile Mahlaba, Qhawe Bhengu and Nhlanhla Sihlope.

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JOHN Wesley’s Seven’s rugby team recently participated in the Annual Curro Hillcrest Christian Academy 7’s Tournament.
John Wesley spokesperson Lilian Corden-Lloyd said: “We are delighted that John Wesley School won the Shield and the final score was 36-7 at this event. This is an outstanding achievement and provides further proof that we are fast becoming a force in rugby in the Highway region.

“Two of our boys - Lethokuhle Makhathini and Zekhethelo Zama - were selected for the under 12 and under 13 Pinetown and District School Sports Association (PADSSA) Rugby teams, respectively.
This is an outstanding achievement as only the best rugby players from the entire Highway region are selected for the PADSSA teams.
“Lethokuhle and Zekhethelo recently participated in a district tournament at Glenwood High School,” said Corden-Lloyd.


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