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Monday, 04 May 2009 21:00

Sanix World Youth Rugby 2009

The Glenwood 1st XV played their first official game in the SANIX WORLD YOUTH RUGBY CHAMPIONS 2009 on Tuesday, 28 April 2009. The team played Higashi Fukuok High the number one Japanese school. The boys found the match tough, having to prove themselves throughout the game. Coach Sean Erasmus states that the stadium was packed for this opening game of the tournament and that the team were well supported throughout the game.

Tuesday, 02 June 2009 02:00


Tall and athletic and with a determination to make his mark on the sport, Clifton College’s Kushen Kishen is a cricketer which seems to have all the attributes to see him rubbing shoulders  with some of the top names in the world of cricket in the near future. Seeing himself as a genuine all-rounder Kushen is arguably one of the fastest schoolboy bowlers in the country and, as his name suggests the batters will need some padding to cushion his deliveries.

Friday, 20 March 2009 14:09

Clifton 2008 Water Polo Tournament


Clifton College’s water polo programme started in 2004 with an U14 group. Clifton celebrated the completion of the Aquatics Centre in 2005 by hosting the inaugural Clifton Water polo Tournament which attracts the top playing water polo schools within South Africa.

Friday, 20 March 2009 14:03

Clifton - KZN High School Soccer

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A dream comes true for KZN High Schools’ Soccer


After a number of years of building high school soccer throughout KZN, a sport only introduced in recent years into schools where rugby, cricket and hockey have been the major sports, three teams toured to Gauteng at the start of the holidays and proved just how strong schools’ soccer in our Province is becoming.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009 19:54

KES Almost Awoken From Their Dream



The KES dream season almost came crumbling down before them when they faced Marais Viljoen this past weekend. In what was billed, and what I predicted, as a forgone conclusion as an easy win for KES, they had to dig deep in order to eventually pip Marais Viljoen 29-27. KES ran in 22 unanswered points in the second half to record their closest win of the season and to remain on course for that first unbeaten run in 31 years. KES retained their unofficial ranking of 3rd in the country but their result against a team way below them in the schools rankings has definitely created a nervous atmosphere amongst the Reds supporters in their bid to remain unbeaten.

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