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2016-03-09 06:00

ON Saturday 5 March Greytown High School hosted the U15 rugby festival. The U15 squad played against Port Shepstone and won 7-0. The U16 squad played two matches and won both, 15-10 vs Amanzimtoti High, and 31-5 vs James Nxumalo High School.

The 1st rugby squad played against James Nxumalo High, Greytown struggled for rhythm in the first half but managed to put 33 pints on the board. Greytown came back stronger in the second half, playing with structure and good speed, scoring a further 35 points, leaving the end score 68-7.

Netball: U15 lost against Estcourt and Port Shepstone. U16A drew 4-4 vs Estcourt, won 4-2 vs Port Shepstone B, and won 13-9 vs Port Shepstone A.

On Saturday 5 March, the 1st hockey and netball teams participated in the pre-season festival in Wartburg.

Results: won 1-0 against Grace College, drew 0-0 against HMB, Wembley College and Alexandra High. The girls lost three matches against Ixopo, Carter High School and Wartburg. The 1st netball team played five matches, resulting in the following scores - won 22-2 vs Grace College, won 18-4 vs Wartburg, lost Kloof, Crawford.

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