College king of basketball against DHS

2014-01-28 00:00

MARITZBURG College met Durban High School (DHS) on the basketball court at the weekend. The Pietermaritzburg lads gave a good account of themselves against opposition recognised as one of the leading exponents of the game in the province.

Playing 10 matches, College only lost two, recording their best showing against DHS for many years.

DHS v College

First College 90 DHS 67

Second College 27 DHS 18

U16A College 39 DHS 17

U15A College 28 DHS 29

U15B College 9 DHS 2

U14A College 44 DHS 6

U14B College 25 DHS 9

U14C College 10 DHS 26

U14D College 13 DHS 7

U14E College 10 DHS 8

DHS’s U16A team played in a festival at Michaelhouse.


v St Charles 37-13 (W)

v Michaelhouse 38-25 (W)

v Alex 47-20 (W)

v Kearsney (semi-final) 34-27 (W)

v College (final) 36-38 (L)

Clifton v Northwood

First Clifton 24 Northwood 50

Second Clifton 4 Northwood 33

U16A Clifton 17 Northwood 15

U16B Clifton 12 Northwood 4

U15A Clifton 6 Northwood 21

U15B Clifton 2 Northwood 11

U14A Clifton 17 Northwood 0

U14B Clifton 0 Northwood 16

Kearsney v Westville

First Kearsney 58 Westville 37

Kearsney led early on, despite Westville winning the second quarter 19-17.

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