King David plays for the win

KIng David U16 rugby player, Ben Abrahamson, jumps for the ball as Justin Furman and Gregory Ber lift him up. Photo: Supplied

King David High School Victory Park  held a successful sports week which saw them pitted against Glenvista High School (GHS) .

The sensational week saw King David win three of the four age categories the school participated in.

King David’s rugby teams did exceptionally well. Their U15 team won 48–0, the U16s won 15–7, the 1st team was victorious 19–12, while the U14s lost 39–5.

Rugby was not the only sport played during the week, as marketing manager for the school, Nirvana Rogers explained, “Not to be outdone by the boys, our girls’ netball teams also played their hearts out.”

The netball players were up against Northriding High School School (NHS) and won all of their matches.

“It was evident the hard work from the coaches and players paid off, as not only did the teams enjoy a fantastic afternoon of sport, their outstanding results worked wonders for their confidence in playing sports,” said Rogers.


U15 rugby team coach Velile Dube with team players, Chad Horwitz, Jessi Bloch, David Mowbray, Ben Mendelowitz, Daniel Stoller, Gidon Molin, Same Mattison, Jake Joselowitz, Johan Kollenberg after they won against Glenvista High School. Photo: Supplied

Rugby results:

n U14 KDVP 5–39 GHS

n U15 KDVP 48–0 GHS

n U16 KDVP 15–7 GHS

n 1st team KDVP 19–12 GHS.

Netball results:

n U14 A KDVP 16–3 NHS

n U15 A KDVP 16–7 NHS

n U15 B KDVP 14–6 NHS

n U16 A KDVP 16–7 NHS

n 2nd team KDVP 12–10 NHS

n 1st team KDVP 31–16 NHS.

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Neo Phashe

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