Sports News and Results 15 February 2018

  • We wish the U14A Water Polo Team all the best as they participate in the Dave Pitcairn Cup Tournament from Friday 16 – Sunday 18 February at Reddam House, Constantia. All support will be much appreciated. RGHS has a very strong U14 Team this season, so we are hoping that they are rewarded with great results. Good luck, girls.
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SPORTS RESULTS:

INDOOR HOCKEY

RGHS 2nd Team 1 – Pinelands 2nd Team 0

In a very tightly contested match, Josie Malherbe (Gr 9) scored from a drag flick in the last 10 seconds of the game

Player of the match: Azrah Dick (Gr 9)

 

RGHS 3rd Team 2 – Pinelands 4th Team 1

This team is becoming stronger with every game and played consistently throughout to win.

Goals were scored by Alexis Fry (Gr 9) and Jodi Bowman-Hughes (Gr 8).

Player of the match: Jodi Bowman-Hughes

 

TENNIS

Results of matches played last week

Friday 9 February

  • A Team 4 – 10 Herschel
  • B Team 10 – 4 Westerford

Tuesday 13 February

C Team 10 – 0 Westerford

D Team 10 – 4 Springfield

 

TOUCH RUGBY

Results from matches played at Rustenburg on Friday 9 February. Rustenburg won both their matches again. See scores below.

 

WATER POLO

13 Rustenburg grade 9s and 10s travelled to PE to take part in the Alex Road First Team Water Polo tournament. The girls were accompanied by Ms Goble, head coach, and Devon Card, assistant coach. The girls were given Smart Goals and Stretch Goals by their coaches and they were asked to meet these goals in every game that was played. One of the goals for attack was to score in every game, the girls managed to achieve this goal in 9 out of the 10 games that they played. The girls were challenged by their first few games where they played some of the top first teams in the country but their improvement throughout the tour was evident. They ended the tour with a fantastic win against Rhenish 2nd team where Ms Goble had given them the goal of not conceding any goals while scoring at least 6 in the 14 minutes. They ended up winning 11-0 in a game where they displayed incredible teamwork.

In the end, the team won 4 games, drew one, and lost 5. Their losses were against 4 of the top 8 teams in the country.

Devon: “I think this weekend was an amazing experience for a lot of the girls! And the results showed how they grew and improved against some of the best 1st teams in the country.”

Full set of results below:

  • Collegiate 1st – lost 9-2
  • DSG 1st – lost 7-2
  • Alex Road 1st – lost 4-3
  • Alex Road 2nd – drew 3-3
  • Pearson 1st (best team in the country)- lost 8-2
  • Herschel 2nds- won 2-1
  • Bloemhof 1st – won 4-3
  • Kingswood 1st – lost 9-0
  • York 1st team – won 2-1
  • Rhenish 2nd team – won 11-0
  • Pearson 2nd team – game cancelled due to lightning

The summary is as follows: 5 losses to 1st teams; 1 draw; 4 wins

 

Congratulations on an excellent weekend of Water Polo!

 

On  Friday 9 February RGHS played matches against Herschel:

The results were as follows:

Team RGHS Herschel Status Coach
U19A 1 14 Lost Barrett
U19B 0 21 U16A Lost Williams
U16B 3 8 Lost Pike
U14A 1 0 Won Pike
U14B 3 6 Lost Pike