College Sport

2021 and on… Always United & Always Serving

ST DUNSTAN'S COLLEGE

Sport

Sporting excellence is about adding balance in proportion to academia. It is about teaching life-lessons, building lifelong relationships and entering games well prepared with a positive and competitive spirit.

Head of Sport 2021

Hope Watt

First XV Rugby Captain 2021

Caleb Rademan

The wide range of sports activities offered at St Dunstan’s College includes:

ST DUNSTAN'S COLLEGE

Sport Codes - Boys

boys-rowing

Boys

Rowing

boys-squash

Boys

Squash

boys-basketball

Boys

Basketball

boys-golf

Boys

Golf

boys-rugby

Boys

Rugby

boys-hockey

Boys

Hockey

tennis

Boys

Tennis

boys-football

Boys

Football

boys-cricket

Boys

Cricket

boys-athletics

Boys

Athletics

boys-swimming

Boys

Swimming

boys-waterpolo

Boys

Waterpolo

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Sport Codes - Girls

girls-hockey

Girls

Hockey

girls-netball

Girls

Netball

girls-tennis

Girls

Tennis

girls-athletics

Girls

Athletics

girls-swimming

Girls

Swminning

girls-waterpolo

Girls

Waterpolo

girls-rowing

Girls

Rowing

girls-squash

Girls

Squash

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College Sport Report 2020

Our sports teams experienced a frustrating 2020 as most of the scheduled league matches and Derby Days fixtures were cancelled to the Covid-19 Lockdown restrictions. There were, however, some sports events that took place in the first term.

A highlight was certainly our swimming team being named Inter-High Champions for the sixth consecutive year! The hard work at the early morning training sessions and dedication of our swimmers to their sport, was reflected in wonderful achievement.

Congratulations to the following pupils who achieved Victor and Victrix Ludorum awards at the Inter-House Gala:

  • U14 – Keegan Rosa and Lara de Beer
  • U15 – Max Lichtblau and Sarah Helps
  • U16 – Tadan Davidow and Stacey McCulloch
  • U17 – Callum Millington and Carla Lichtblau
  • U19 – Jaiden Staines and Kiara Geldenhuys

Well done to Jaiden Staines who achieved three SA National Times and broke the Boys U17 50m Breaststroke and Boys Open 100m Breaststroke records at the Inter-High Gala.

Special thanks go to the Swimming Captains for 2020, Demi Stephenson and Cole O’Callaghan. Their encouragement and enthusiasm certainly made this a season to remember.

After losing key matric players, the 2021 Cricket season was always going to challenging for our players. The teams achieved mixed results, but had highlight wins over Edenglen, Southdowns and Marist Brothers. The narrow losses to Crawford and Christchurch, reflected the positive attitude that our cricketers showed right up to the last ball bowled. Thanks to our captain, Kamogelo Modishane, and vice-captain, Sean van Wyk, for leading the players against some tough opposition.

This year the Boys and Girls ‘A’ and ‘B’ Teams participated in the Southern Gauteng (Johannesburg) First Team League and fished in 5th and 6th place respectively. Unfortunately, due to the Lockdown restrictions, the second and third term leagues were unable to be played.

We look forward to 2021 being a more sporting year.