Climbing to new heights

On Tuesday, 1 April, a group of boulder climbers gathered in the Alec Mullins Hall to compete in the second leg of an Eastern Cape five bouldering league.

Kingswood squash comes out tops

The Eastern Province (EP) Top Schools squash play-offs were recently concluded with both the Kingswood College boys’ and girls’ 1st teams being crowned the Eastern Province Schools Squash Champions for 2014.

VP girl brings home silver

Toni Rafferty of Victoria Primary School brought home a silver medal from the National Schools Athletics Championships held in Paarl on Saturday 22 March.

Hockey opener win for SAC

In their opening home match against Paarl Boys’ High, the St Andrew’s College 1st hockey side got off to a perfect start by scoring in the first minute, through an emphatic strike by Steven Briscoe.

Horsing around with Sanesa

Grahamstown schools excelled at the SA National Equestrian School Association (Sanesa) schools league qualifier at the Grahamstown Riding Club (GRC) at the weekend winning or being placed in numerous classes.

Graeme rugby day action

This year’s rugby day saw Graeme College invite former international referee Jonathan Kaplan to ref the main game between hosts Graeme and Dale.

Karate kids to compete internationally

Two Graeme College pupils have qualified for the World Union of Karate Federation’s (WUKF) World Championship for Children, Cadets and Juniors in Poland.

Former Sevens player coaches EP Kings

Speaking after his side’s victory over the Boarder Bulldogs, EP Kings Vodacom Cup team coach, Mzwandile Stick, said his entire focus is on the team.

Fun at Franz Erasmus tournament

There were excited cheers as the 17th, annual Franz Erasmus netball tournament commenced at P.J.Olivier high school this past weekend.

African Connection Star heading to Germany

Grahamstown’s Nandipha Nojozi will be heading off to Germany to take part in a women’s soccer tournament as part of the Eastern Cape’s provincial women’s side, African Connection.