Category: Athletics

KZN Athletics Sub Youth Championships

Herewith the results from the KZN Athletics Sub Youth Championships for Glenwood High School: Date:              Saturday 4 November 2017 Venue:           Kings Park Stadium The following boys participated at the Sub-Youth Champs: (All events were U15 as there is no u14 age-group) Waldt Dreyer: Shot Put : 2nd (silver) : 15.78m Discus: 1st (Gold) : 47.96m Sifiso Mvimbe 100m 4th : 11,56s Eddie Mashalane 400m : 4th : 58,23s Awaiting the announcement to the sub-youth team to travel to Pretoria on 17 th Nov. Report by Ms Denise Labuschagne  ...

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Glenwood part of KZN Invitational Team that traveled to Grey College

24th Annual Grey College Invitational Athletics Meeting.   Date:  13 & 14 October 2017, Venue: Bloemfontein Stadium Eight Glenwood boys were part of the KZN Invitational Team that travelled to Grey College this past weekend. The athletes that participated in Bloemfontein were a real credit to the school, and most achieved a season or personal best performance on the day. They had a professional approach to their warm-up and participation that was noted by many. With over 1000 athletes, from all over South Africa the competition was tough. In some events there were as many as 32 competitors. The following boys...

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Grey/Menlo Trials

Maritzburg College hosted the annual Pietermaritzburg and district trials on Saturday 2 September 2017. Glenwood High School have always been a great contributor to this team that takes part at both Grey College and Menlo Park Prestige meetings. Fifteen of our best athletes took part at meeting with results as follows: Boys’ U14 Phatu Ganyane (Form ii) – 1st Shot Put Hadley Els (Form ii) – 2nd Shot Put 2nd Javelin 1st Discus Chuene Mashalane (Form ii) – 1st 400m Sifiso Mvimbe (Form ii) – 1st 100m Boys’ U15 Waldt Dreyer (Form iii) – 3rd Javelin 3rd Shot Put...

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