Hermannsburg Happenings

2015-08-05 06:00
The victorious Hermannsburg Enviroquiz team (from left) Tobias von Seydlitz, Christel Brüggemann, Luke Hayward and Monika Lucht with their trophy.

The victorious Hermannsburg Enviroquiz team (from left) Tobias von Seydlitz, Christel Brüggemann, Luke Hayward and Monika Lucht with their trophy.

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THEY did it again - our A team walked off with the national­ enviroquiz trophy on Friday evening, competing against 11 teams to win the prestigious trophy by a comfortable 11 points. Our B team achieved sixth place. Well done to team members and their coach, Mrs van Dyk - proudly Hermannsburg.

Mrs Van Dyk also took Grade 11 pupils to the science­ expo in Durban last week, where Terry-Lyn Costello­ and Tabea Röhrs each received a first-class award, Anelisiwe Kheswa a second-class award and Joel dos Santos a third-class award, all in the botany category. Well done.

On the sports front, our boys played tennis against Voortrekker last Monday and won 55-11, while the boys’ soccer team played against Wembley at Hermannsburg in an evenly matched game - Hermannsburg spent a lot of time in Wembley’s half but the game ended 0-1 to Wembley.

A number of teachers and pupils attended the athletics clinic in Durban last Saturday, while the boys’ hockey teams were busy. The U13 boys’ hockey team played in a tournament at Howick and ended 2-0 against Howick C, 1-4 against Howick A and 2-0 against Treverton. The U11 hockey boys played a practice-coaching game against Wembley last Wed- nesday - it is always a good way to experience hockey in a real-game situation - and the U10 hockey boys took on Howick C (0-0), Howick B (1-5), Howick A (0-5) and Eston (0-3) over the weekend.

We look forward to more good sports results with many athletics meetings coming up, but also to the production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (23-25 September) and the HMB Golf Day (25-26 September)

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