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Billed as the "Biggest" National Schools Water Polo tournament in the country St.Stithians hosted a great event which saw 44 schools putting on a great display.

No less than 10 of the 32-player South Africa U21 men’s hockey training squad are schoolboys.

Tuesday, 18 October 2011 16:02

Cricket: Mika The Record Breaker

Wynberg Boys Junior School’s stand-out cricketer Mika Ekström is setting the record books alight as he continues to impress at U13 level.

Neil Johnson is the first XI coach at KZN midlands school Hilton College and there are few more experienced cricketers in the schools’ set-up than the 41-year-old Harare-born former Test cricketer, who now resides with his wife and two children just outside Howick.

Wednesday, 05 October 2011 08:43

Cricket: Gauteng Schools Dominate Final Day

Gauteng schools dominate Oppenheimer Week’s final day

Tuesday, 04 October 2011 10:34

Waterpolo: SACS Tournament Final Day

It was St.John's College who had taken the early advantage in the tournament in the first two days and many were tipping the Johannesburg outfit to take the title.

Monday, 03 October 2011 09:54

Waterpolo: SACS Tournament Day 2

Eighty games had been played by the time the whistle was blown to end the day's proceedings on the second day of the SACS Waterpolo tournament and St. Johns College have emerged as the clear favorites to claim the title with one more day to go.

Sunday, 02 October 2011 14:19

Waterpolo: SACS Tournament, Day One

For the 27th year SACS host the prestigious waterpolo event which attracts some of the biggest names in school waterpolo from around the country.

A dream of many young sportsman or woman is to represent their country and this is no different to the dream of Stirling High School pupil Luvuyo Rubushe.

Tuesday, 13 September 2011 09:33

Team South Africa Brings Back Medals!

Team South Africa won 30 medals, including eight gold, at the fourth Commonwealth Youth Games in the Isle of Man.