Motherwell High hosts netball games

2019-05-15 06:01
The Motherwell High School netball senior team with their teachers.    Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

The Motherwell High School netball senior team with their teachers. Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

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THE Raymond Mhlaba Sports Centre netball courts were a hive of non-stop action when the Motherwell High Schools’ League hosted a number of games last week Wednesday.

It was a do-or-die situation when Motherwell High School’s senior team defeated Soqhayisa High School 12-9.

This game produced some excitement from start to finish.

As such, no one could anticipate who the winners were going to be as both teams did their homework before coming into the game.

James Jolobe High School shared a 4-4 draw with Masiphathisane High School. Both teams showed character and determination. The fans were kept on their feet until the last whistle.

After they went down to Motherwell High School, Soqhayisa High School earned a sweet revenge, winning 11-3.


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