This event is held to honour the sporting achievements of pupils in the various sporting codes that the school participates in both internal and on the inter-school level/external level.
Sporting Chance is non-profit organisation based in Cape Town, which rolls out events such as street cricket with the aim to increase participation and at the same time, get kids active.
Pupils and teachers were also present to cheer on the soccer stars during the exciting match.
This is the first time Kamalinee Primary won the prestigious tournament.
The St Mary’s boys were stars at the KZN development tournament held in July.
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.