12 Oct 2023
SPORTS RESULTS, 10 OCTOBER 2023

SPORTS RESULTS, 10 OCTOBER 2023

BASKETBALL

Results from the St Peter’s Tour

The 1st Basketball team ended Term 3 with a tour to Gauteng. The team struggled at first with the weather and combining their play styles. They lost their first two games but won three in a row to finish second in their pool. They lost in the quarter finals but beat the host team in the playoff for 5th-8th place. They finished 6th overall out of 12 schools. Lihle Mnyaka and Andiswa Gwala were commended for their performances on and off the court.

SOCCER

Results from the St Peter’s Tour

The 1st team Soccer squad participated in the annual soccer event, competing against 32 other teams. They had a strong run, winning 5 of their 7 games, drawing 1 and losing to Norkem 1-3 in the final. They scored 22 goals and conceded 6. This was the second consecutive time they lost in the final, but they still had a good overall performance. Congratulations to Drisana Craig, Roxanne Thompson and Musa Mnisi who were selected for the tournament team.

TENNIS

Results from the Hilton/St Anne’s Tournament

We completed the 14th edition of the tournament, co-hosted with Hilton college. There were 16 schools that participated, 8 boys schools and 8 girls schools. The tennis was of a strong competitive nature and our girls played really well ending 2nd in the girls doubles section losing to St Mary’s Waverley in the final. Special mention must go to Olivia Clark and Alexandra Uys for winning their match against St Mary’s Waverley.

Our girls also teamed up with Hilton College boys in the mixed doubles section and although we did not finish in the top 4 they had a blast! The tournament was played in great spirit, fun and camaraderie. Everyone love it and had loads of fun on and off the court.

WATER POLO

Results from St Anne’s Water Polo Tournament

In the holiday the St Anne's 1st Team and U16 team took part in our the St Anne's Water Polo Tournament. After 4 grueling days of competition and 7 games apiece, the first team ended 7th, and the U16 team ended 12th. Emma Thornton was selected for the tournament team, and received the Sportsmanship Trophy for the weekend.