Athletes represent EFS

2015-08-26 06:00
ATHLETES of the New Horizon College who have been ­chosen to be part of the Eastern Free State cross-country squad are from the left, front: Dimpho Mofokeng, Lekgotla Malakoane, Mbuyiswa Zwane, Boka­moso Pule and Ontshiametse Maphanga; back: Vusimuzi

ATHLETES of the New Horizon College who have been ­chosen to be part of the Eastern Free State cross-country squad are from the left, front: Dimpho Mofokeng, Lekgotla Malakoane, Mbuyiswa Zwane, Boka­moso Pule and Ontshiametse Maphanga; back: Vusimuzi

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BETHLEHEM. – The New Horizon College Bethlehem is proud to have had six of the primary school’s learners chosen for the Eastern Free State cross-country team.

Dimpho Mofokeng, Bokamoso Pule, Ontshiametse Maphanga, Vusimuzi Motloung, Mbuyiswa Zwane and Lekgotla Malakoane participated in various leagues to qualify and eventually be chosen to represent the Eastern Free State in cross-country.

Three of these learners represented the team on 15 August in Bloemfontein during the Free State trials. Mbuyiswa took part in the 2 km, Vusimuzi participated in the 2 km and Lekgotla took on the 4 km. They all did well in their respective items.

The school congratulates the learners and thanks their parents who made it possible for them to participate

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