The Sarel Old Boys shook off the rust in their game against Sentraal last night
DHS learners received colours for obtaining outstanding averages for 2017.
Sarel Cilliers rugby day, (play starts at 1.30pm on Friday and goes on right through to Saturday evening) will see 66 teams from around Northern KZN, the Free State and elsewhere taking to the field.
There were athletes who really awed the school with their performance and two records were broken in the 100m races.
He set high standards during his 20 year tenure at Uelzen Primary
Brett Meyer won the men’s longest drive on hole No.15 with Dolly Bradbury who claimed the ladies prize for her drive on the 10th hole.
The highlight of the morning was, of course, the 100m races for all the age groups.
every learner received a medal and certificate of participation.
With a performance of 13,42m, Malwande obtained 3rd place overall and received SACSSA colours for athletics.
Sarel is calling on the community to help raise R3 000 for the two boys so that they can attend.
Playing for the first time deemed to be a little bit daunting but after the initial nerves settled the boys did exceptionally well