Girls’ hockey champs crowned
Clarendon High from East London became the new SPAR Eastern Cape Schoolgirls Hockey Challenge champions when they defeated York High in the final at Woodridge just outside Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
The match signalled the end of another exciting schoolgirls’ hockey competition, which SPAR Eastern Cape sponsorships and events manager Alan Stapleton said was here to stay. The provincial finals involved five regional winners and, after the round-robin competition, the George side qualified to meet Clarendon in the final.
In the final, Bianca Wood stood out for Clarendon, scoring all the goals in a 3-0 victory.
The final positions were: 1 Clarendon, 2 York 3 Woodridge, 4 Kingsridge, 5 Kingswood.
Graeme College vs Muir
U14B won 29-5 U14A won 14-7 U15B won 15-0 U15A won 34-3 U16B won 20-5 U16A lost 27-32 4ths lost 24-26 3rds won 32-26 2nds won 34-0 1sts won 29-3
HOCKEY Graeme College vs Muir
U14 lost 2-1 2nds won 3-0 1sts won 6-0
SOCCER Schools soccer tournament
Ntsika 2 Kutliso 1 Nombulelo 2 Nyaluza 1 Kutliso 3 Mary Waters 2 Mrwetyana 4 Nyaluza 0 Mary Waters 4 Ntsika 0 Nombulelo 2 Mrwetyana 0
Mrwetyana 1 Mary Waters 0 Nombulelo 0 Kutliso 0 Nombulelo won 5-4 on penalties Third place: Kutliso beat Mary Waters 2-1 Finals: Nombulelo 0 Mrwetyana 0, Nombulelo won on penalties 5-4