Mount Ernestina Combined School news

2017-02-15 06:02
Winning athletes (front) twins Fundiswa and Nomfundo Malembe and (back, from left) Thembisile Zungu, Cebile Buthelezi and Mbali Mtshali.

Winning athletes (front) twins Fundiswa and Nomfundo Malembe and (back, from left) Thembisile Zungu, Cebile Buthelezi and Mbali Mtshali.

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FIVE Mount Ernestina Combined School athletes excelled at the Umzinyathi District Athletics meeting on 4 February at Dundee High School. The five were all medal winners - Thembisile Zungu won two silver medals in 1500m and 3000m. Mbali Mtshali achieved two gold medals in 1500m and 3000m.

The school’s speedy twins, Nomfundo and Fundisiwe Malembe, both won a silver medal in the 100m and 800m.

Cebile Buthelezi won a bronze medal in 800m.

Thembisile and Mbali were selected as members of the district team that will participate at the provincial athletics meeting on 24 February in Kings Park in Durban. The school is very proud of these talented athletes.
- Thanda Jila

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