Busy start to the sport season

2019-03-06 06:02
PHOTO: suppliedRuby team from Greytown High pupils and other players at the field.

PHOTO: suppliedRuby team from Greytown High pupils and other players at the field.

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GREYTOWN High pupils have had a busy start to the hockey and rugby season.

The rugby boys attended the Sarel Cilliers Rugby Day on February 16 where the U15 side faced Amajuba and won 67-0. The much-anticipated second team game against Ferrum was a physical encounter with the final score 19-0 to Ferrum.

The first team boys faced Newcastle, and the game was broadcast by live stream. The game was incredibly physical, with a Greytown boy being concussed. The fiercely contested match ended with the score of 19-12­ in Newcastle’s favour.

Saturday, March 2 saw teams attending the Wartburg Festival where the Rugby boys triumphed against Voortrekker with a final score of 36-0.

The team would like to thank their sponsors Face First Media and the Wilken family, Brokersure and the Rotcher Family, Pannar, and Min Cash.

The hockey girls played well as a team in all four of their matches, winning 1-0 versus Newcastle, losing out 0-1 to Ladysmith, and achieving a goalless draw versus both Sarel Cilliers and Alex. Well done to the teams. We look forward to further victories in the future. — Supplied.


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