MINI SOCCERTHE Greytown Junior School travelled to Wartburg Primary on August 20. Greytown Junior fielded two mini soccer sides for the girls. The Grade 1 side played three games, winning one and drawing two. The Grade 2 side also played three games and won two and drew one. Both sides played very well and gained experience. Well done girls.U10, U11 AND U13 SOCCER — WEMBLEY COLLEGEGreytown Junior’s soccer girls travelled to Wembley College and played against them on Thursday, August 22. In the U10 match, both sides played very well and enjoyed the game. They drew the game 0-0. The U11 team also drew 0-0 and played very well. The U13 soccer girls applied early pressure, scoring a number of goals and the girls played very well. The final score was 5-0 in Greytown Junior’s favour. Well done to all our soccer girls.U10, U11, U13 SOCCER — NEW HANOVERGreytown Junior’s soccer girls travelled to New Hanover and took part in a 5-a-side soccer tournament on August 24. The girls played very well. Results were as follows:U10 and U11Greytown Junior vs New Hanover Prep won 1-0 Greytown Junior vs Wembley College lost 0-1Greytown Junior vs MCS won 3-0 Greytown Junior vs MCS drew 0-0Greytown Junior vs Treverton Prep won 3-0 Greytown Junior vs Treverton Prep lost 0-3Greytown Junior vs Ixopo Primary won 1-0 Greytown Junior vs Lynford Primary lost 0-1U13Greytown Junior vs Wartburg Primary won 9-1Greytown Junior vs St Johns school lost 0-3Greytown Junior vs Treverton Prep won 8-0Greytown Junior vs New Hanover Prep won 4-1Greytown Junior vs MCS won 4-0 SPELLING BEEOn Thursday, August 22, Lindeka Mqamane travelled to Sampofu in Msinga to take part in the District Spelling Bee Competition, which we are very proud to report that she won. Congratulations on your wonderful achievement, Lindeka. Your hard work has made us at Greytown Junior very proud. We wish you all the best for your next round, the provincial round, in Durban on Thursday, August 29. FAREWELL MR STANCZYKGreytown Junior School bids farewell to Mr A. Stanczyk, who has taught at the school for 11 years. The principal, staff, pupils, school governing body and parents wish him well in his endeavors and thank him for his contributions to improving sport, academics and discipline at the school. We will greatly miss you. — Supplied.