Sheppie High news

2015-06-04 06:01
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Rayne Redinger and Nangamso Bawana in action.

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PORT Shepstone High played netball against Gelofte High recently. Scores:

The first team won 32-20, the second team drew 11-11 and the U16A team won 13-3.

Cross-country results of League 4 at Thomas More last week:

The girls’ U15 team was placed third out of 22 teams. Caitlyn Schlehmeyer was placed second out of 72 runners, Kathleen Goodhead was placed sixth and Nicolette Schlehmeyer was placed 22nd.

In the boys’ U19 category, Njabulo Cele was placed third out of 58 runners.

Sheppie also played against Hillcrest High recently.Results:


PSHS first team won 27-26 and the second team won 24-14.


PSHS first team lost 28-29, the second team won 24-12 and the U16 A team won 20-10.

Girls’ hockey:

PSHS first team drew 0-0 and the second team won 2-1.

Boys’ hockey:

Both the first and second teams drew 1-1. - Supplied.

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