04 Apr 2017

Prep | Sports & Cultural Results 4 April 2017

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Sports Results

Cross Country
The Cross Country season came to an end with the Inter-house competition where nearly all the boys took part with an exception of a few who were injured or were not feeling well. The top three boys in each age groups were as follows

U9
3rd – Lewis Munyoro
2nd– Yaniko Kwaramba
1st– Richard Mead

U10
3rd – Connor Flower
2nd – Mufaro Musendekwa
1st – Kyle Heynes

U11
3rd – Ethan Ridley
2nd – Daniel Erasmus
1st – Khule Nduku

U12
3rd – Thomas Judson
2nd – Rukudzo Hamadziripi
1st – Tyde Stirrup

U13
3rd – Big Chitima
2nd – Robert SandysThomas
1st – Aoden Collocott

Open
3rd – Justin Musariri
2nd – Reece Chant
1st – Tadiwa Madya

The boy who worked the hardest and was awarded the Biop cup was Ashirai Mhlanga

Winning house was Ambrose, 2nd Jerome and 3rd Gregory

Athletics
We took part in the Inter-schools athletics Division 1 hosted by Hartmann House. The competition was very stiff but our boys pulled a great performance and we defended the title having won it in 2016. Individual certificates were awarded to the following boys:

Third Place
Thabani Mlotswa – 75m
Sam Blinston – 400m
Thomas Judson – 800m
Malachi Burrell – Long Jump

Second Place
Kyle Heynes – 400m
Malachi Burrell- -800m
Thabo Ndhlovu – 75m Hurdles

First Place
Mukudzei Chisi – 75m
Sam Blinston – 75m
Alex Hair – High Jump
Munangi Kamwendo – 75m Hurdles
Jacob Mitchell – High Jump
Joshua Covill – 100m

Motor-Cross
Mika Detering came 1st in the Donnybrook Enduro Junior Motor Cross race. Jamie Doran came 3rd. Gavin Cameron came 3rd in the U13 85cc.

Hip Hop
Aiden Waters got commendation for most improvement in Hip Hop.

Tennis
Raif Jinnah came 2nd in the BTA Orange Ball Tournament.

Swimming
Raif Jinnah achieved his stage 4 in swimming at the Kirsty Coventry Academy

 

 

 

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