Training for the season began earlier than usual, at the end of 2017, in preparation for a tour to Ireland which the majority of team players attended.
The principal, staff, SGB and pupils congratulated the team on their excellent results and urged them to continue to fly the flag of Kamalinee Primary high.
The proud winners received figurines as well as a prestigious floating trophy.
The Midmar Mile is the world’s largest ocean water swim. Daelyn swam in the 13-years-old category and covered a distance of 1600 meters.
The first event is the Nelson Mandela Super Sixes Cricket Tournament which will be a school-based inter-class tournament played from the grade three level.
The main objective of the challenge is to promote the teaching of Physical Education and Physical Activity in Primary Schools nationally.
Antonio Chetty is a young athlete who wishes to pursue sport in the future as well. He will be participating in long jump and discus.
The event was attended by the deputy mayor of eThekweni Municipality, Fawzia Peer, who met with students from all backgrounds including the underprivileged students at the seminar.
The Ninfu Shinto-ryu Dojo is proud of the karatekas who participated and would like to wish their students all the best in the future.
Ten different primary schools in Isipingo were invited to the programme which consisted of talks from various speakers on drugs and alcohol abuse. Thereafter, a T5 cricket tournament was held to motivate pupils to excel in sports.
The principal of the school, A Pillay praised the new soccer arena and said that this certainly gives impetus to their pupils achieving sporting excellence, especially at a time when sports in school is losing focus.