NMB Schools dominant in annual fixture

2015-12-02 06:00
Ricky King (EP u14A Captain) in action vs Border u14A. Photo: SUPPLIED

Ricky King (EP u14A Captain) in action vs Border u14A. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THE Nelson Mandela Bay Schools Waterpolo (NMB – formerly EP) were dominant in the annual fixture in Grahamstown on Saturday, winning all their games against SWD and managing only one defeat in 7 matches against Border.

This was the last Inter-Provincial warm up fixture before the province sends 16 teams and over 240 players and coaches to the annual SA Schools Inter-Provincial tournament to be held in Cape Town from December 10-14.

Eastern Province will have three players and two coaches representing the SA Schools u18 Boys and Girls teams respectively.

Jason Evezard (Grey) and Dean Carelse (Manager) have been chosen to represent the SA Schools u18 Boys team, whilst Cayli van Thiel , Kelsey Vaughan (both Pearson) and Luke Manthe (Assistant Coach) will be representing the SA Schools u18 Girls side.

For more info visit www.swpsa.co.za


vs SWD Schools

u13A Boys vs SWD u13A won 10-2

u15A Boys vs SWD u15A won 12-1

u13A Girls vs SWD u13A won 11-7

u15A Girls vs SWD u15A won 16-2

vs Border Schools

u13A Boys vs Border u13A won 5-3

u14A Boys vs Border u15A won 9-2

u15A Boys vs Border u15A drew 8-8

u13A Girls vs Border u13A lost 5-9

u14A Girls vs Border u15A won 4-3

u15A Girls vs Border u15A won 7-3

u16A Girls vs Border u15A won 7-5

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