Window on Wembley

2016-09-14 06:00

MILA Herbst will compete for the Marine Lifesaving Club of South Africa in the inter-club division in the Netherlands this year.
Only three clubs in South Africa will take part in this championship. There are two categories - Youth and Open with only 10 participants, male and female respectively. South Africa is currently doing well and have been ranked 11th so far. Milla will compete in the swimming pool on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Friday and Saturday she will compete in the ocean and then on the beach. All the best Milla, we are so proud of you.

Wembley College is proud of Joshua Cope as he just played his fourth round of Wilson’s KZN Tennis Tournament. He is doing exceptionally well considering that in each round the players are more advanced and more competitive.
He tied with a boy from Crawford and moves through to the next round with level 2 players. His overall score was (won four matches and lost one). Won 4/1, won 4/1, won 3/2, won 3/2 and lost 2/3. Altogether he has won 16 of his 25 games. This tournament has been going on since March and he won four of the tournaments so far and will be moving on to play his fifth tournament in a couple of weeks’ time.

Wembley College would like to thank Mr Brian Corbishley for the tarring of our school road. We consider this to be a major asset to our school - we really appreciate it.

Boys’ tennis results: U11s played against New Hanover and won 21-11. The U13 A team played against Clifton and won 26-10 and the U13 B played against Merchiston and lost 14-22.

Girls’ tennis results: U13 B team played against Wycombe Collegiate B and lost 15-21.

The U13 girls soccer team came third at the New Hanover Day-Night Tournament.

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