Thank you to the 4 Mums who have offered to assist with tuckshop duty when we host sporting fixtures at Rustenburg. Please see the continued plea below:
The Sports Department is urgently needing parents’ help: The following plea is aimed at parents who have a daughter who has been included in a Hockey or Netball team for the 2018 season.
- A Mum and/or Dad to offer to take over the running/ organisation of the Sports tuckshop. This will involve ensuring that there is sufficient stock for sale at sports events hosted on campus as well as arranging a roster of helpers at each of these events.
- Parents who are willing to do a tuckshop duty when their daughter’s are involved in the Hockey or Netball matches. We will schedule you in so that your tuckshop duty happens before your daughter’s match (while she is warming up).
Please send me an email if you can assist in one of the 2 ways above.
- Please send your daughter’s sporting results and news to firstname.lastname@example.org
We wish our U16A Hockey and Netball Teams the best of luck as they participate in the 4th Champions Cup tournament from 27-29 April. This year we have also entered a Junior (U14) Team and called them the Rustenburg Colts. This tournament is hosted by Rustenburg. Matches start on Friday at 08h00 and end on Sunday at 15h00. Please do visit the RGHS campus and support the tournament if you’re in town for the long weekend.
NATIONAL GIRLS’ SCHOOLS’ FESTIVAL (NGSF)
This year we are sending a Team of 44 girls to East London to participate in the NGSF from 27-30 April. The group is made up of a Debating Team, U19 Hockey Team, U19 Netball Team, Tennis Team and a Vocal Ensemble Group. The girls will be accompanied by 8 adults: Ms Blayi (overall Manager), Mr Goosen, Ms Langenhoven, Ms Thompson, Ms Thorne, Mr van Dyk and coaches, Andi Bernstein and Theo Tafeni.
On Wednesday 18 April Rustenburg entered 5 teams of 3 runners in the first fun Cross Country relay event of the season. We travelled to Fish Hoek in the pouring rain. The girls competed in the pouring rain and enjoyed every minute of getting wet and dirty. One of the RGHS teams placed first girls’ team. The girls all ran exceptionally well, being pulled along by their team mates.
The first League race is to be held at Rondebosch Boys’ High School On Wednesday 2 May. We encourage all our Cross Country girls to enter this event as it is a fast, flat and easy course.
On Thursday 19 April Rustenburg played matches against Jan van Riebeeck at home.
Results were as follows:
- U19A lost 13-26
- U19B lost 14-20
- U16A won 27-25
- U16B won 18-15
- U16C won 31-2
- U14A won 13-4
- U14B lost 7-10
Well done to all the teams.
On Friday 20 April our 1st Squash Team, playing in the U19C Boys league played against Herzlia and lost narrowly 7-8. Our players are Jordyn Campbell (Gr 10); Cameron Alexander (Gr 11); Nicole Bransby (Gr 9) and Stephanie Du (Gr 11).
Our 2nd Team played against Springfield and lost. Our players were Amy Bernberg; Isabella Rossouw; and Roxanne Comyn (all Gr 9s). Thank you and well played to all our Squash players.
NON SCHOOL SPORTS
Congratulations to Ylara Esau Salie (Gr 9) who has been selected to represent Western Province at the Annual South African National Figure Skating Championships, which will be held in Gauteng from 7-9 May.
Congratulations to Jodie Williams (Gr 8) and Pinotage Prince who came first in both her 60cm jumping events at the third SANESA qualifier.