SQUASH vs ST STITHIANS: ARON ARANDA wen 3-0 SEAN ALLAM wen 3-1 JANKO KRUGER wen 3-1 JOHAN VISSER wen 3-0 DUAN JOUBERT wen 3-0 MIKE SCHIMPER wen 3-0 MARCO V ROOYEN wen 3-0 J-BRAAM DEMPERS wen 3-1 CORNE GRIESEL wen 3-0 LOUIS STEYN wen 3-0 WOUTER WESSELS verloor 2-3 LOURENS NORTJE wen 3-0 GREY wen...Read More
After winning the Free State title for a seventh year in succession, Saint Andrew’s represented the province at the annual Top Schools Squash Tournament in Pietermaritzburg recently. While Grey High School of Port Elizabeth were the clear number one team, the battle between the remainder of the schools was exceptionally hard-fought. Beginning against Gauteng champions, Saint John’s College, Saints ran out comfortable 4-1 winners. They followed up on that victory with a 4-2 success against Rondebosch Boys High. Saints’ victory charge was halted in their third outing, although it ended in a 3-3 draw with Selborne. Michaelhouse then inflicted...Read More
Keean de Klerk van BVHS wat as deel van die o/14 Vrystaat seuns muurbalspan eerste eindig in hul afdeling tydens die Interprovinsiale toernooi wat in Johannesburg gehou is. Hul verwerf ‘n goue...Read More
Saint Andrew’s squash teams won four titles in the Bloemfontein Winter League, coming away as champions in the third, fifth, seventh and eighth leagues. Saints’ coach Calvin Deutschmann, meanwhile, helped the Saints Club to the First League title. Earlier in the year, John Kuhn, who was ranked number one in the country in the under-19 age group, represented South Africa at the World Junior Squash Championships. In the group photo: Dale Fletcher (5th League), Jesse Berlyn, Ben Chen (6th League), Margo Morgan (Saint Andrew’s squash administrator) Ivan Wu (7th league), Lenny Kretzmann (3rd League) Adriano Gomes, Thembi Hugo, Denyl van Turha,...Read More
John Kuhn, ranked the number one under-19 squash player in South Africa, received the Fred S Webber Award for Best Sporting Achievement at Saint Andrew’s Sports Awards Dinner on the weekend. Kuhn represented South Africa at the World Junior Squash Championships in Poland, where he reached the final of the consolation plate and was unbeaten in the South African Schools Interprovincial Tournament. He helped Saints to once again be crowned Free State champions and represent the province at the Top Schools tournament. Cricket captain, Dilivio Ridgard, who helped Saint Andrew’s to a top 10 ranking in the country, was...Read More
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