Sports News and Results 23 August 2018

Please diarise the following dates:

  • PGSGU CROSS COUNTRY – Friday 31 August @ RGHS (this is a new date)
  • Hockey matches vs Herschel – Friday 31 August & Saturday 1 September @ RGHS 
  • Netball Matches – Monday 3 September @ RGHS 
  • PGSGU U14, U16 & U19 NETBALL – Saturday 1 September @ RGHS
  • PGSGU U14 & U16 HOCKEY – Friday 7 September @ Wynberg Girls’ High School
  • PGSGU U16 & U19 HOCKEY – Saturday 8 September @ Wynberg Girls’ High School
  • 1st Team Water Polo trials – Monday 10 September. Venue: SACS. Time: 17h00-18h30. All players are invited to these trials if they wish to be considered for the U19A RGHS Team for the upcoming season. 

Saturday 20 October – Open Air Movie Night (venue RGHS) – Water Polo tour Fundraiser – please diarise & support!


DERBY DAY vs RHENISH 17 & 18 August 

On a beautiful, but very chilly Saturday morning, the Rustenburg Hockey, Netball and Soccer Teams travelled out to Stellenbosch to participate in the annual derby day. Much fun was had by all and the standard of play in all the sporting codes was very high. Congratulations to all the players and thank you to all the parents who assisted with lifts and for supporting your daughters.

Results are as follows: 

DATE DAY TEAM Result Score 
17-Aug Friday U19C Won 2-0 
17-Aug Friday U16C Drew 1-1 
17-Aug Friday U16D Lost 0-6 
18-Aug Saturday U14A Won 2-1 
18-Aug Saturday U14C Drew 2-‘2 
18-Aug Saturday U16A Drew 0-0 
18-Aug Saturday U16B Lost 0-3 
18-Aug Saturday U19B Lost 0-5 
18-Aug Saturday U14B Drew 1-1 
18-Aug Saturday U19A Drew 1-1 
18-Aug Saturday Junior Lost 0-2 
18-Aug Saturday Senior Lost 0-3 

Soccer vs Rhenish

Waking up extra early on a Saturday morning does not make most people very excited, but our Soccer girls got up and got ready to play their first ever match against Rhenish with excitement. This game was a way of putting themselves to the test – to use their training and the skills they had been learning. Soccer has generally been considered a social sport, but with the recent increase in support and interest, there is the possibility of it being made an official team sport. The girls who were involved in the match, played with heart and tenacity and although they lost to Rhenish, it was worth it for the experience they gained. A huge thank you to the parents who came out to Stellenbosch to cheer them on – your support is very encouraging. By Nicole Oosthuisen


Rustenburg vs Rhenish 

  • Saturday 18 August 
  • U19A lost 12-30 
  • U19B won 6-26 
  • U16A won 20-14 
  • U16A vs u15A drew 19-19 
  • U16B won 23-2 
  • U16B vs u15B won 25-17 
  • U16C won 19-7 
  • U16C vs u15C won 18-8 
  • U16D vs u18C won 6-19 
  • U14A won 26-3 
  • U14B lost 10-21 
  • U14C lost 9-14 
  • U14D drew 6-6 


Rustenburg vs Herschel on Thursday 16 August 

  • U19A lost 20-22 
  • U14A won 13-9 

Monday 20 August 

  • U16A won 27-18 
  • U16B won 15-13 
  • U16C won 16-11 
  • U14B won 17-8 
  • U14C won 18-1 


Results from the PGSGU Squash tournament held on 18 August at Western  Province Cricket Club. Congratulations to the RGHS Team who placed third overall. Congratulations in particular to Jordyn Campbell (Gr 11) who won all her matches. A special thank you to André Naude who has coached the girls all season.

PGSGU Inter-Schools Squash Final Results 
Couple results Couple 1 Couple 2 Couple 3 Couple 4 Couple 5 Total 
Herschel 42 
Rustenburg 16 
Wynberg 24 

Squash Matches –Wednesday 15 August

  • U19C Boys league
  • RGHS U19A 3 – 11 SACS



Jenna Martin (Gr 9) competed in the Western Cape Championships for Artistic Gymnastics (Level 6) 

She did very well, placing 1st for beam, 2nd for bar and 3rd for floor. Overall she was placed 2nd. She also received an honours badge for Artistic Gymnastics, thus receiving her full colours.

Jenna will now represent the Western Cape Team in the National competition to be held in Gauteng during the September/ October school holidays. Jenna will also represent the team for tumbling in the National competition.

Congratulations, Jenna, RGHS is very proud of you and wishes you the very best of luck. 

Jenna running up to vault

Rowing opportunity