Cansa Relay: Sheppy Hockey girls ready to take on other schools

2012-04-13 00:00

Port Shepstone High School challenges other South Coast schools sports clubs to take part in this year’s Cansa Relay For Life event. The event takes place on May 19 at 5 pm until 5 am on May 20 at the Norwegian Settler’s Church in Izotsha. Pictured is the Port Shepstone High School’s first team hockey girls. Lying on the front (from left): Sthandiwe Mnguni and Aimee van Vuuren. Middle kneeling: (clockwise from left) Asive Nogenga, Zwaki Gambushe and Natalie Hamman. Back standing: (clockwise from left) Celine Donnelly, Robynne Theron, Sade Short, Bianka Thom, Liske Scholtz, Tayla van der Merwe and Michelle Le Roux. For more information on the Cansa Relay please contact 039 682 7680.

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