Putting the best foot forward

2016-10-18 06:00
Schools line up for inspection as part of the best dressed competition.

Schools line up for inspection as part of the best dressed competition.

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The winners of the annual Police Drill Team Tattoo have been announced.

On Saturday 15 October, Mitchell’s Plain police hosted their annual police/schools marching and drilling competition at the Stephen Reagan Sports field. The event featured 13 primary schools and seven high schools who participated in the competiton. The schools competing also included four schools from Port Elizabeth.

Harvester Primary School in Westridge made a clean sweep winning first place in all primary school categories and were named overall winners for the day.

Second place for the overall competition was Westville Primary and Melisizwe Primary from Port Elizabeth in third.

Best exhibition was Melisizwe Primary in second and Westville Primary in third. Best Drum Major was Westville Primary in second and Hazeldene Primary in third.

Westville Primary placed second and Hazeldene Primary placed third in the Grand March pass.

Westville Primary also placed second and Charles Duna Primary from Port Elizabeth placed third in the Best Dressed category.

In the High school division, Tafelsig High School were named overall winners with Elsiesriver High School in second and Cowan High School from Port Elizabeth in third. Tafelsig High was also named winner of the best exhibition with Elsiesriver High in second and Woodhope High School from Port Elizabeth in third.

Best Drum Major was Tafelsig High with Elsiesriver High in second and Cowan High in third.

In the category of Grand March Pass, Tafelsig High were once again named the winners with Elsiesriver High in second and Chapman High school from Port Elizabeth in third.

In the best dressed category, Elsiesriver high took first place with Tafelsig High in second and Cowan High School in third.

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