Sheppie High brings home trophy

2015-04-30 14:55
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The Port Shepstone High Ensemble (back, from left) Mbalentle Madolo, Michael Botha, Gabriella du Toit and Chelsea Koopman, (third row, from left) Robert Schnackenberg, Siyavuya Mamatu, Lwando Mgungwana, Alulelwe Mbewana, Daniel van S

Photo: supplied The Port Shepstone High Ensemble (back, from left) Mbalentle Madolo, Michael Botha, Gabriella du Toit and Chelsea Koopman, (third row, from left) Robert Schnackenberg, Siyavuya Mamatu, Lwando Mgungwana, Alulelwe Mbewana, Daniel van S

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THE Port Shepstone High Ensemble recently took part in the Hibiscus Festival Talent Show.

PSHS performed a varied repertoire and was awarded for “Best Item of the Evening”, bringing home the floating trophy.

• Sheppie first team and U16 rugby teams went on a tour to Vryheid during the holidays. PSHS first team beat Vryheid High in an exciting game, with Mahle Mbangiswana scoring the winning try.

• Sheppie first team basketball went on a tour to Durban and gained experience playing against the top schools in the country. The team fared extremely well with close results, but were unlucky not to make it to the play-offs. - Supplied

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