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Weekly Achievements: Final Week Term 3

Weekly Achievements: Final Week Term 3


The Prep Hockey season certainly ended in style! First was the fantastic achievement of the U13A Boys winning the SWD Hockey League 1-0 against Park! This was followed by an end of season hockey party for the u11 – u13 age groups, welcoming the younger players to hockey, and the bidding a final farewell for all the U13 players moving on to college. All hockey players were split into 8 teams, boys and girls mixed, with the teams playing a knockout format. The winning team was the White Wizards – captained by Lourens Kok, with team members Tessa Weir-Smith, Richard Cross, Thalia Papgis, Aiden Le Fleur, Daniella Prigge, Alix Pepler and Megan Robinson.

U13A Boys vs Park

Photos courtesy Jo Tanner

End of Season Hockey Party


Congratulations to Aimee Canny on her superb achievement at the 2014 Short Course Champs 2014 – 8 gold medals in total!

Aimee Canny (8 Gold) (Copy)

Water Polo

Congratulations to the following Prep boys and girls who have been selected to participate for SWD Schools in the IPT at the end of the year in Gauteng.

  • U13 Boys: Vicky Frost, Thalia Papgis, Sophia Trollip
  • U13 Girls: Lourens Kok, Joshua Smith
  • Damian Hart (non-travelling reserve)

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