TWC news snippets

TWC’s KZN Inland Hockey players

TWC girls selected for KZN Inland Hockey Teams (3)Congratulations to the following girls from The Wykeham Collegiate who have been selected for the KZN Inland Hockey Teams:-
Front left to right: Meagan Deenik (U18 B), Jemma Veenstra (U18 A), Samantha Yeats (U18 B – non travelling reserve), Cinzia Whalley (U18 B – non travelling reserve)
Back left to right : Sigrid Aadnesgaard (U16 B – non travelling reserve), Jodie Conolly (U 16 A), Rachel Taylor (U16 B), Katherine Elmer-English (U16 B), Julia Lawrie (U16 A)

TWC Cross-Country Results

Back row : Hayley Conway, Kelly Zwart, Jamie Martinson Middle row : Keira Naidoo, Georgie Henderson, Amy Burnett Front row : Hannah Bullock, Keya Mudaliar

Back row : Hayley Conway, Kelly Zwart, Jamie Martinson Middle row : Keira Naidoo, Georgie Henderson, Amy Burnett Front row : Hannah Bullock, Keya Mudaliar

 
Following the first three Inter-School Cross-Country events at Laddsworth, St Charles and Cordwalles, these girls from The Wykeham Collegiate Junior School have been placed in the top 10 in their respective age groups overall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TWC Junior Umgungundlovu Hockey selectionsTWC Junior school girls selected for Umgungundlovu Hockey Teams may16
Congratulations to the girls from The Wykeham Collegiate Junior School who have been selected to represent the U12 and U13 Umgungundlovu Hockey Teams. Pic: Front row left to right : Abby Daugherty, Kian Green, Josephine le Roux Back row left to right : Emma Wayt, Georgia Dungan, Isabella Thornton-Dibb, Kathleen Forde, Chelsea Walden

Dads and Daughters time for TWC girls

Dr Hendrik Uys and Alexandra Uys and Mr Lee Chalk and Abbie Chalk

Dr Hendrik Uys and Alexandra Uys and Mr Lee Chalk and Abbie Chalk

 
The Wykeham Collegiate Grade 3’s made sandwiches with their Dads during Dads and Daughters Time and then enjoyed the fruits of their labour.

 

 

 

 

 

TWC Sport Science Pupils visit UJ CampusTWC Sports Science girls tour Johannesburg ed164 may16
The Wykeham Collegiate Sport and Exercise Science subject pupils recently enjoyed a tour to Gauteng. Staying at the Sports High Performance Centre at Pretoria University, they visited several exhibitions and the High Performance Centres of both Pretoria University and the University of Johannesburg. Pic: The Wykeham Collegiate Sport and Exercise Science pupils at the University of Johannesburg