St Monica Diocesan School sports news

2015-05-22 06:00
Running with the ball Ashwin Kotze, U13 rugby, and (behind) Samkelo Mgikijela and Onwaba Kupa. 
Photos: supplied

Running with the ball Ashwin Kotze, U13 rugby, and (behind) Samkelo Mgikijela and Onwaba Kupa. Photos: supplied

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WACKY winter weekendOn Saturday 9 May, St Monica’s took part in the Wacky Winter Festival at St Patrick’s College. It was an enjoyable day with excellent sportsmanship displayed. Results:

Boys’ rugby

U7 and U8 rugby boys played mixed games with no results recorded.

U9 – won 4, drew 1 and lost 3 games.

Girls’ hockey

U7 won 3, drew 1 game.

U8 won 2, drew 1 and lost 1 game.

U9 won 1, lost 2 and drew 1 game.

Well done to our rugby and hockey teams. We extend our gratitude to St Patrick’s for organising this exciting event. - Mrs R. Gous.

Wacky Winter Weekend

The U11 and U13 girls played hockey on the Wacky Winter Weekend in Kokstad on Saturday 9 May. The girls played beautifully. Thank you to St Patrick’s for hosting such a lovely day of hockey. - Ms C. Boltman.

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