Learners excel at swimming

2015-04-30 17:28
Jeffreys Bay Primary School swimmers 
(back) Juandre’ Dippenaar, Tana van der Nest, Megan Heppell, Hayley van Niekerk, Phoebe Beaumont, Landre’ Botes, (middle) Danré du Preez, Aiden de Villiers, Leah Saunders, Didi Essop, MC Strydom, Ethan Fourie, (

Jeffreys Bay Primary School swimmers (back) Juandre’ Dippenaar, Tana van der Nest, Megan Heppell, Hayley van Niekerk, Phoebe Beaumont, Landre’ Botes, (middle) Danré du Preez, Aiden de Villiers, Leah Saunders, Didi Essop, MC Strydom, Ethan Fourie, (

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Swimming: Jeffreys Bay Primary School

The Inter-School Gala hosted by Stulting was held on the 24 March. It was a very exciting gala and the positions changed after each stroke. In the end we came 3rd. Our pupils swam exceedingly well. We received 14 gold medals, 6 silver and 6 bronze medals.

Jeffreys Bay Primary School swimmers (back) Juandre’ Dippenaar, Tana van der Nest, Megan Heppell, Hayley van Niekerk, Phoebe Beaumont, Landre’ Botes, (middle)

Danré du Preez, Aiden de Villiers, Leah Saunders, Didi Essop, MC Strydom, Ethan Fourie, (front) Ruan du Preez and Noah de Swardt competed at the recent Inter-School Swim Gala hosted by Stulting Primary School. With 14 gold medals, six silver medals and six bronze medals they claimed third place overall

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