The brief school holidays last week proved to be very successful sports wise for Westville’s top sports teams.
FIRST RUGBY TEAM EMERGE UNBEATEN AT GREY FESTIVAL
The Grey Festival provided the coaches and players the opportunity to iron out some of the glitches and kinks that had emerged in the early season games. All three games were against strong opposition and to win all of them the team had to show resolve, cohesion and enterprise.
Results: WBHS 20—MARLOW LANDBOU 10, WBHS 27—QUEENS COLLEGE 7, WBHS 22—HTS LOUIS BOTHA 8
SECOND RUGBY TEAM CONTINUE THEIR UNBEATEN RUN AT GLENWOOD FESTIVAL
The WBHS 2nd team have had an excellent season to date, having already accounted for Glenwood and Kearsney at the end of last term. They continued their unbeaten run at the Glenwood beating HTS WITBANK 17—11 , MONTANA 51—3 and LICHTENBURG 7—3.
The U16A side also came away from the Glenwood festival unbeaten accounting for RANDPARK, RUSTENBURG and WITBANK.
Staying with the Glenwood festival, the U14A side also had did very well winning all three games and claiming the scalps of RUSTENBURG, JEPPE and KEMPTON PARK.
The U15A team travelled to Paarl in the Western Cape and after beating BISHOPS 18—0, lost narrowly to WYNBERG and SACS
WBHS HOCKEY RESULTS TOP DRAWER
The WBHS Hockey teams also had most successful holiday results.
The 2nd team playing at the Crawford Tournaments beat DHS ,INK and NORTHWOOD but finally lost 1-2 to KEARSNEY in the final.
The U16A team produced excellent results against some of the top hockey schools in the country at the Rondebosch Festival. They beat SACS 15-0, PAARL BOYS 2—1, OUTENIQUA 7—0, AFFIES 7—1 and PAUL ROOS 3—2, losing only one game to RONDEBOSCH 0—1.
The U14A side also had a highly successful time at the KEN FLORENS TOURNAMENT beating some of the best in the country. They accounted for BISHOPS 3—1, PRINCE EDWARD(ZIM) 7—1 , draw with PAUL ROOS 3—3 and then beat KEASRSNEY 1—0,St DAVIDS 3—1 and PARKTOWN 3—1.
Congratulations to all the coaches and players!