21 May 2014

Prep | Community Round-up

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BMX

GAUTENG BMX SERIES HELD AT GEMISTON BMX TRACK
Graeme du Plooy travelled to South Africa during the April holidays and participated in the Gauteng BMX series obtaining a silver medal in the 10 year old boys category.

Tag Rugby

SPORTS APPRENTICE TAG RUGBY TOURNAMENT
252 children (including 70 girls) from St John’s, Hellenic, Chisipite, Ruzawi and Springvale among others took part in the TAG rugby tournament over the 10-11 May weekend. There were divided into 3 divisions: grade 0-2, grade 3-4 and grade 5-7.

The winning team in the grade 0-2 division were the Hawks team comprising St John’s boys:

Joshua Littlewood, Daniel Jennings, Daniel Sassenberg, Reilly Masterson, Tom Brien and

Ethan Ridley played a nail biting final against the Vikings which went into extra time and Reilly scored the winning try.

There were many St John’s boys taking part playing a very high standard of rugby, showing lots of skill and most importantly, good sportsmanship.

Tennis

ARENEL BISCUITS HARARE JUNIOR TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
Neville Chirewa was runner up in the under 12 boys’ doubles section and was awarded a silver medal for his efforts.

Sailing

SAILING SCHOOL HELD AT JACANA YACHT CLUB
Joshua Ford got the following awards:

  • 1st place for the Yellow group, winning the Val Freeth trophy.
  • 1st place in the U12 age group, winning the Harare Sports club trophy.
  • 1st place in the Open regatta, winning the Kyle Assegai trophy.
  • 1st place in the largest class at sailing school, winning the Vaseline lip-ice trophy
  • Merit award, receiving the Viking Ship award.

Joshua has been chosen to represent Zimbabwe in the Morocco Optimist African Championships to be held in October 2014.

Charles Annesley received the following awards:

  • Green award.
  • 3rd place medal in the sailing regatta for green and white group.

George Annesley received the following awards:

  • Merit award for beginner’s sailing (was the youngest sailor at sailing school).
  • A copper oppie for attending his first sailing school.
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