Sea Vista Primary athletes shine

2018-02-22 06:00
Sea Vista Primary School athletes (back from left) Frediano Bruitjies, Archelene Hendricks, Shaneen Munnick, Raydine Groenewald, Mayzine Coenraad, (middle) Lieschen Coenraad, Cay-Leigh Burchell, Jeanette Jansen, Bevin Titus, Ntando Dolophi and (front) Indiphile Booi,excelled at the Gamtoos Kouga Zone competition. With them are coaches Mentoor Leander, Bradley Stefaans and Jakes Matroos.                  Photo:SUPPLIED

Sea Vista Primary School athletes (back from left) Frediano Bruitjies, Archelene Hendricks, Shaneen Munnick, Raydine Groenewald, Mayzine Coenraad, (middle) Lieschen Coenraad, Cay-Leigh Burchell, Jeanette Jansen, Bevin Titus, Ntando Dolophi and (front) Indiphile Booi,excelled at the Gamtoos Kouga Zone competition. With them are coaches Mentoor Leander, Bradley Stefaans and Jakes Matroos. Photo:SUPPLIED

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TEN learners of the Sea Vista Primary School athletics teams were selected for the Humansdorp Zone team to participate in the Gamtoos Kouga Zone, held on Friday, February 16.

The athletes were not at all intimidated by competing with the much larger schools in the contest, which included schools from the whole Kouga region.

Ntando Dolophi won the 1200m boys u.10 and achieved a third place in long jump. Raydine Groenewald came second in both the girls u.13 1500m and 800m sprints, while Frediano Bruintjies managed to secure a third place in the 800m event for boys u.13.

In addition, four of the athletes excelled at the prestige competition. Indiphile Booi won gold for the girls u.7 60m event. Ntando Dolophi achieved another bronze medal for the u.10 boys long jump. Raydine Groenewald won gold for the girls u.14 400m event and Mayzine Coenraad won bronze for the boys u.12 400m sprint.

“Our athletes have really made us proud,” says Headmaster Charles Coenraad.

“A special word of thanks must go to our coaching team who have been doing inspiring work with our learners.”

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