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Weekly Achievements: Week 5 Term 4 2015

Weekly Achievements: Week 5 Term 4 2015


Freda Barnard Gala in Oudtshoorn

Aimee Canny received the following medals:

  • Gold
    50m freestyle
    100m freestyle
    200m freestyle
    400m freestyle
  • Silver
    50m and 100m breastroke
    200m Individual medley
  • Bronze
    50m Butterfly


U13A vs Plett

Plett 28 all out

Oakhill 30 for 4
Oakhill won by 6 wickets

U11A vs Plett

Oakhill 99/7 (30 overs)
Jack Canny 17
Sam Westawy 15

Plett 100/0 (27.2 overs)
Matthew Loon 0 for 14 in 6
Simon Shearer o for 22 in 6
Lost by 10 wickets


U13 Boys and Girls vs Plett

Boys won 5/1
Girls won 5/1


The following gymnasts received medals/trophies in a recent gymnastics competition in Knysna:

  • Erin Fietze
    Awarded best beginner gymnast and gold medal for beam; bar and floor
  • Sarah Coetzee
    3rd place and Bronze Medal
  • Tivon Buchalter
    1st place and Gold medal


  • Jessica Hall
    2nd 50cm Jumping
    3rd 40cm jumping
  • Taryn Dawkins
    2nd 40cm jumping
    3rd 50cm jumping
  • Isabella Rodwell
    4th 50cm jumping

Water Polo

Glenwood Festival

  • U13 Girls (Squad)
    vs Mixed team won 20 – 2
    vs Plett won 18 – 0
  • U13 Boys
    vs Glenwood won 8 – 6
    vs Plett won 12 – 2
  • Boys and Girls Development squads
    Both our boys and girls development teams won 1 out of 4 games. They were up against a number of A teams which was tough for them, but showed tremendous character and determination and did us exceptionally proud.

Photos courtesy Jo Tanner


Julian Bunge took gold at The Battle of the Bikes in George over the weekend and in so doing was awarded his SWD Colours for cycling after winning the Eden MTB Marathon Championship for 2015. The official handover of the certificates will take place in George on 5 December 2015 by Corne Botha, representative of Eden Cycling.

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