News from the hill

2015-06-03 06:00

ON Saturday 30 May Greytown High celebrated its annual Old Scholars Day by hosting Ladysmith High School.

The schools took part in a series of rugby, hockey and netball matches.

Results:Rugby: First team: Greytown started well going ahead courtesy of two converted tries, the half-time score was 14-0. Ladysmith came back stronger in the second half scoring three tries and Greytown scored another one. leaving the end score 21-17 in Greytown’s favour.

Try scorers were JP van der Merwe, V. Mkhize and L. Manyenge.

Second team: won 43-0.

Third team: won 32-0.

U14: lost 19-12.Hockey:First team: Greytown faced their biggest opponents this weekend. With this being the last game of the season, Greytown wanted to show their skills as well as how they have grown as a team. Greytown managed to defend 10 penalty corners, while only managing to get six penalty corners in their favour. Shayna Hattingh showed off her skill as goal keeper.

Ladysmith scored one goal, which left the end score 1-0 in their favour.

U16B: lost 3-0.

Netball: U14A: lost 11-2 and U14B: lost 6-2. Greytown High thanks its sponsor Nashua, Greytown Old Scholars in attendance, the parents and well as Greytown High School staff

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