Tonver ‘ice’ Friendship Games New date Tonver games

2016-08-18 06:00
Tonver gold medalists - the boys U13 volleyball team. Photo: supplied

Tonver gold medalists - the boys U13 volleyball team. Photo: supplied

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TONVER once again emerged as the most powerful school sports council when the Friendship Games was held in Chatsworth on Saturday.

Five bus loads of eager pupils (athletes) made the trip to participate in friendly rivalry in sports. Their expectations were met when they took the field and this “moment of glory” will remain with them for a long time.

Despite challenging times, the coaches and pupils delivered to ensure that Tonver “roared”.

The medal count is as follows :

Gold – U13: netball, volleyball (boys) and chess. U15: volleyball – girls and boys teams. U17: netball, volleyball (boys), chess and soccer (boys).

Silver – U11: netball, volleyball (boys), table tennis (boys) chess and soccer. U15: table tennis (girls and boys) and chess. U17: volleyball (girls).

Bronze – U11: volleyball (girls) and table tennis (girls). U13: volleyball (girls), table tennis (girls and boys) and soccer. U15: netball. U17: table tennis (girls and boys).

The chief code convenors were Trevor Pillay (volleyball), Sagie Pillay (soccer), Shamla Govender (netball), Roselyn Moonsamy (chess) and Navin Panday (table tennis).

They were thankful to the pupils, coaches and managers who made Team Tonver proud.

The gold medal count could have been doubled if only all schools rose to the occasion and fully supported these games, said one of the organisers.

Notice

The Tonver games that were postponed due to inclement weather are now set to take place in Tongaat on 23 August 2016.

Schools that qualified from their respective groups in the round robin stage will now proceed to the games finals to declare a true Tonver Champion. Soccer, netball,volleyball for boys and girls, chess and table tennis will be contested across five divisions. All games will begin at 8.30am.

The venues for the various codes are as follows :

Soccer : Outspan Grounds and Sheik Mohideen Stadium

Netball : Outspan Grounds

Volleybal : Outspan Grounds

Chess : Tongaat Sports Centre

Table Teniss : Tongaat Sports Centre

A Tonver council meeting is to be held on today, 18 August at 1pm at Silverdale Primary School to finalise arrangements. All qualifying schools must attend.


THE Tonver games that were postponed due to inclement weather are now set to take place in Tongaat on 23 August 2016.

Schools that qualified from their respective groups in the Round Robin stage will now proceed to the games finals to declare a true Tonver Champion.

Soccer, Netball, Volleyball for boys and girls, Chess and Table Tennis will be contested across five divisions. More than two hundred learners are exacted to converge in the games finals. All games will begin at 08H30am.

The games itself is the simple, biggest inter-school, multiple code tournament in the country.

The venues for the various codes are as follows :

Soccer : Outspan Grounds and Sheik Mohideen Stadium

Netball : Outspan Grounds

Volleybal : Outspan Grounds

Chess : Tongaat Sports Centre

Table Teniss : Tongaat Sports Centre

A Tonver council meeting is to be held on today, 18 August at 1H00pm at Silverdale Primary School to finalise arrangements. All qualifying schools must attend.

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