Schools maintain perfect record

2017-06-13 06:03

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The second round of fixtures in the Mr Price Foundation High Schools league Mitchell’s Plain kicked off at Cloetesville Sports fields on Saturday.

The fixtures were moved from its regular home at Westridge High School after the City of Cape Town deemed the fields ­unplayable.

Three schools have maintained a 100% winning record and are setting the pace at the top of the standings. Beacon Hill, Mondale and Westridge high schools all managed wins, with Beacon Hill notching up an impressive 8-0 thumping of Strandfontein High School, while Mondale beat Woodlands High School 5-1 in an earlier match. Westridge High School managed to sneak past Rocklands High School 2-1.

While the league season is still in its infancy, the teams of Aloe High, Woodlands High and Glendale High School will be hoping to pick up their performances after failing to secure points in either of the two opening weekends.

Results:

Princeton High School 2, Aloe High School 1

Westridge High School 2, Rocklands High School 1

Woodlands High School 1, Mondale High School 5

Spine Road High School 0, Portlands High School 0

Cloetesville High School 3, Cedar High School 2

Beacon Hill High School 8, Strandfontein High School 0

Glendale High School 0, Oval High School 1

Lentegeur High School 1, Tafelsig High School 1


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