News from the hill

2018-03-28 06:00

AFTER a wet and cold week of preparation, the first team boys took to the field with much determination and enthusiasm to play against Carter High in the Voortrekker Festival on March 24.

Greytown secured an impressive victory with the final score 38-0.

Try scorers were Scelo Gumbi, Zhane Mngadi, Mlondi Ntanzi, Spesihle Mncube, Phelelani Mabaso and Mvelo Zondi. Conversions were by Sthembele Zulu (4).

The second team got a quick wake-up call when Voortrekker’s third team dotted down under the poles in the first five minutes of the game.

The boys’ consistent hunger to outplay and out-muscle their opponents led to a well deserved 32-7 victory.

Try scorers were Khabelihle Mkhize (2), Nelani Numba (2), Musa Phungula and Mutondi Ndou. Conversion was by Yenziwe Zuma.

The girls’ first hockey team played six matches with 1-0 losses to Empangeni and King Edward, 2-0 loss to Voortrekker, a goalless draws against Durban North and Sarel Cilliers, and a 1-0 win against Newcastle, with Bandile Masikane scoring.


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