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On Saturday, 25 March, our 1st Rugby and Netball Teams participated in the annual Voortrekker Sportsday. The 1st Rugby Team took on Empangeni High School, and came out victors 27 – 0, after a very cold and wet game!
The 1st Netball Team were unbeaten in their four games before the semi-final:
Unfortunately they lost 4 – 7 to Danville Park in the semi-final.
SHADOW SHIFTING AT SPUR
Thank you to everyone who has supported our boys and girls first hockey teams on the evenings that they have shadowed the Spur waiters.
A huge thank you to Battle Creek Spur for allowing our learners this wonderful opportunity to raise much needed funds for their tours.
On Friday, 24 March, Coenie Torlage, Dylan Maré, Jessica Roelofse, Megan Peddie, Nicolene Janse van Rensburg, Carika de Jager, Muhammed Hoffese and Zandile Ndlovu took part in the annual ATKV Redenaars Competition.
The learners spoke with self-confidence and maturity, showing wonderful insight when giving their speeches. We are very proud of you!
On the 19 th March the Cordwalles Mudman took place. 19 of our learners took part and did very well. Gabby Carter did exceptionally well by coming 1 st in the u18 division. She was also the Overall Mudman Series winner. Well done Gabby!
ROTARY TEAM TALK
On Wednesday, 15 March, Lizwi Khumalo, Keshmiel Govender and Muzi Sithole were part of a team that was selected to represent Dundee High School in the second round of the Rotary Team Talk Competition held at St Catherine’s School in Empangeni. Rotary Team Talk focuses on the issues that our communities face and how they can be solved. This competition offers a platform that focuses on the problems communities face with the aim of finding positive and practical solutions.
Lizwi, Keshmiel, and Muzi chose the topic: The Street Children in Dundee. They developed their topic logically and presented mature and practical solutions. Dundee High was one of four schools that took part in the round. The adjudicators praised the boys for their skills as public speakers and also for their understanding of the topic they had chosen.
Empangeni High came first and will be going to the semi-finals in Richards Bay; Dundee High was a close second. Well done boys, we are proud of you!
The u18 Umzinyathi Boy’s Hockey team played at Treverton on the 18 th and 19 th March, taking part in trials. They won 3 out of the 4 matches with 13 goals for them and only 2 against them. The guys from Wembley College, Hermannsburg and Dundee High played so well together and it was a very good team effort from them. Congratulations boys!
The following boys have been selected to participate in the next round of Inland trials as members of the Country District Squad on 1 May: (U18) Karl Thom, Ndumiso Botha,(U16) Andile Dlamini, Sifiso Khanyile, Bryce Sharp, Stefan Thom, Nqubeko Mngomezulu and Andrew Nero.
The following boys have been selected for the Country District Squad, but will not be going to trials: Nathi Mazibuko, Shaun Madi and Hamish Grierson.
Well done boys, we wish you all the best!
Congratulations to the following girls who will be representing Umzinyathi at the Provincial Hockey Tournaments: Nomcebo Ndlovu, Chanté Groenewald, Gabby Carter, Abigail Box, Cheryl Ngobese, Tamarah Grierson, Christien Muller, Nontu Kuzwayo, Fathima Ameen, Natalie McTaggart, Nothile Mgabhi and Aphiwe Shabang.
SPORT VS ST DOMINIC’S
On Wednesday, 15 March, our Hockey and Netball teams played against St Dom’s. Thank you to all who made this day possible.
Good luck to all our teams going on tour over the April holiday. We trust the tours will be successful and everyone will return safely!
1 st Girls’ Hockey:
Thank you to our local community and sponsors for assisting our sport teams. It is very much appreciated.
A FRIENDLY REMINDER TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS
We would like to remind you that magic words such as: hello, please, you’re welcome, I’m sorry, and thank you, all begin to be learned at home.
It is also at home that children learn to be honest, to be on time, diligent, show friends sympathy, as well as show utmost respect for their elders and all teachers.
Home is also where they learn to be clean, not talk with their mouths full, and how/where to properly dispose of rubbish.
Home is also where they learn to be organised, to take good care of their belongings, and that it’s not ok to touch others’.
Here at school, on the other hand, we teach language, maths, history, geography, science, biology and business. We only reinforce the education that children receive at home from their parents / guardians.
WISHING EVERYONE A HAPPY AND BLESSED EASTER!
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