Sixteen Ashton Swimming Academy swimmers have qualified to go to regionals in two weeks’ time at Level 2, Level 3 and Junior Nationals.
The team held their school’s name high as they delivered excellent results in the three very exciting fixtures against Dunvegan, Reddam and Hurleyvale.
This is a unique achievement to compete in six prestigious SAFA sanctioned tournaments and win all of them.
Calypso FC take on Hercus High Flyers FC tonight (Friday) at 9pm
“This is more than just a normal piece of astro turf”
The top ranked Protea athlete has been selected as part of team South Africa to fight for the Rainbow Nation
Top ranked national fighter Riasha Singh was grouped among the best senior female fighters in Africa
Proteas coach Brando Pillay, who mentors and coaches the karate superstar, was full of praise for his prodigy
In the pool, Umhlali flew through the water and could not be beaten by any of their opponents
The boys took on Crawford North Coast, Crawford La Lucia and Westville
During the first term all these players performed exceptionally well and the school looks forward to some exciting and competitive cricket during the fourth term.