Greytown High School athletic champions

2017-03-22 06:02
Akhona Mathonis and Zama Ndlovu.

Akhona Mathonis and Zama Ndlovu.

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GREYTOWN High School athletes, Zama Ndlovu (head girl) and Akhona Mathonis­, did outstandingly well at the KZN Youth and Junior Athletics Championships at Kingspark Stadium on 10 and 11 March. Zama received a bronze medal in the girls’ junior U19) shot put.

Akhona stunned her opposition by winning a gold medal in the girls’ youth U17) long jump.
She also made the finals in the 100m in her age group. Well done to both girls, who were a year younger than many of their competitors.

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