Sheppie on a winning high

2015-05-21 06:00
Vuyo Bhomela passes the ball to Ayanda Zondi while Westley Nyman, Jason Olivier and Chad Landsberg keep a close watch.
Photo: supplied

Vuyo Bhomela passes the ball to Ayanda Zondi while Westley Nyman, Jason Olivier and Chad Landsberg keep a close watch. Photo: supplied

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PORT Shepstone High boys’ hockey teams played against Kloof. The first team drew 0-0, the U16 drew 1-1 and the U14 lost 4-1.

Sheppie played netball, hockey and rugby against Kokstad College. The results are as follows:


The first team won 8-7, U16 won 24-0, U15 won 15-5 and U14 won 22-5.

Girls’ hockey

The first team drew 0-0, second team won 5-1, U16 lost 0-2 and U14 won 1-0.


The first team won 31-9, the second team won 22-8, U16 won 33-0 and U14 won 11-5.

Banele Zithumane and Asa Mdudi were chosen to attend the final KZN rugby trials at Woodburn Stadium.

Cross-country third league at Gelofte High last week saw promising results from Sheppie athletes - Emihle Madikizela­ (U15) came fifth out of 100 runners and Njabulo Cele (U19) came second out of 42 runners. - Supplied.

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