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Congratulations to our Pinelands High School Matric Class of 2018, we are very proud of you! The class achieved a 100% pass rate and 86.2% Bachelor’s pass.
Our Top NSC Achievers for 2018 who all achieved an aggregate of above 80%
From left to right: Zayd Pandit, Joshua Larsen, Huw Irlam, Tanweer Mohamed (2nd in the class with 8 Subject A’s), Maryam Sonnie, Kyle Morgan, Abigail Senior, Muhammed Zuhayr Khan (3rd in the class with 8 Subject A’s), Kelsey Everts (Top of the class with 8 Subject A’s and an average of 90.7%), Chase Newel, Cortney van Harte, Kay-Cee Adams, Emma Williams and Irshaad Mahatey.
Absent: Zachary Stewart
Some snaps from our results collection.
We invite all parents, family and friends to attend our Music Recital on the 22 - 24 October. The concert/s involves all grades performing their chosen instrument. The concert will be in the Kent Hall at 6pm and entrance is free. THank you for your support. Please come and support your child and/or their peers.
The 1st team cricket boys kicked off the new season in a very positive manner, taking part in annual Cape Schools festival and the Bergvliet Footprint T20 tournament.
The Cape Schools got off to a slightly disappointing start, losing a tight match to Eastern Cape rival Graeme College. However, the theme that followed was one that became common, bounce back ability. The boys never looked back and in every match, different players would lift their hands & be counted. The next day we overcame Grey High for the first time, captain Saeed Dollie with a faultless 92 not out steering his team over the line. We ended the tournament with 3 wins beating Alex & Muir on the final day.
The following week the boys took to the field in the Bergvliet T20. Welcoming back veteran Jordan Woolf who played for SA U17 TAP team. The aim was to win 4 out of 4. The team duly obliged beating Bergvliet, Milnerton, Fairmont. In a tense final needing 10 runs off the last over Woolf showed his experience and worth under pressure. He hit 3 fours off the first 3 balls to get over the line. He finished the tournament with 3 50's including 72 not out in the final (216 runs only being dismissed once).
8 games & 7 wins got the season off to a great start. A superb team effort & showing over two weeks. Special mention to the teams youngest member. Grade 8 pupil Thaakier Davids who took 20 plus wickets in the 8 matches.
The ethos and unity shown by the team, management and parents is one that the school can be proud of, well-done gentleman.
Pinelands High School 1st team hockey girls won the U19 Town Central league this September. The league ended with two top-of-the-table clashes in one week. Pinelands won both games, beating Brackenfell 3-0 (picture above) and Edgemead 3-1 on the final day of the season. Over the league season the team won 11 out of 11 matches, scoring 38 goals and conceding only 3 along the way. They showed great commitment all year and winning the league was a product of their hard work and dedication.
Back row: Mr Luke Thonissen (Coach), Amy Adams, Sarah Wakelin, Moletlo Somo, Tess Thomas, Rebecca Marx, Lynne Tertiens, Caitlin Erasmus, Ms Alison Dewar (Manager) and Shanice Philander
Front Row: Casey Coetzee, Saarah Abrahams, Kauthar Petersen, Nadine Faulmann, Shireen Koks, Chelsea Jeffery, Yusra Azzakani