They don’t like cricket… they love it!

The St Charles College Prep 1st XI were all smiles after a great day of cricket against their city rivals, Merchiston Prep 1st XI.

In the picture are members of the St Charles team, with coaches Chad Barron (back left) and Thando Dlamini (back right). Picture: Tayla Peyton

Wembley College in Greytown recently hosted a Shavathon for Cansa. The target was to raise R5000. In the picture, young Wembley College pupils show their support for the Cansa cause with coloured hair.

Epworth emerged the winners in the PMB central region of the SPAR KZN School Girls’ Hockey Tournament.

Epworth School from Pietermaritzburg, above, emerged as the winners in the PMB central region of the SPAR KZN School Girls’ Hockey Tournament.

Members of the Howick High team which shone at the annual Co-ed Gala.Thirty-five swimmers successfully represented Howick High at the annual Co-ed Gala in Pietermaritzburg last week. Seven schools competed and the team from Howick was highly motivated to bring home the trophy for the third year in a row. Despite the heat, the swimmers gave 100% effort and, with close and very exciting races, Howick emerged victors with 198 points, followed by Treverton College on 154 points and East Griqualand Schools on 152 points. Two Howick High swimmers were named age group champions: Carmel Lombard (U15) and Keara Stevenson (U16).

More KZN Midlands school news

Motorcross rider Cuan Conway.

Laddsworth Grade 7 pupil, Cuan Conway, left, took part in the first of six motocross nationals held in Port Elizabeth on the weekend of March 2 and 3.

Cuan was the top KwaZulu-Natal motocross rider at the event and was placed 9th overall.

Laddsworth pupils Colin Robertson, Marthinus Erasmus and Ryan McKean (Under 13), Matthew Bishop and Reuben MacFarlane (Under 12), have been selected for the Far North Cricket team. They also took part in the Midlands Cricket Trials at the Under 12 and Under 13 Central District Cricket (CDC) Festival at St Charles College in Pietermaritzburg.

Left to right: Colin Robertson (Grade 7), Marthinus Erasmus (Grade 7), Ryan McKean (Grade 7), Reuben Macfarlane (Grade 6) and Matthew Bishop (Grade 6).