The students now focus their training on the upcoming KZN Development Nationals.
Principal, Dr S Pillay and the staff are proud of the pupils’ achievements and would like to wish them well in their future sporting endeavours.
Keshini Maharaj, chairwoman, thanked all schools and organisations that supported this event, but also expressed her disappointment when interviewed.
She trains under her mum, Sensei Vijay Govender at the Clayhaven dojo and practices daily.
Sensei Nair was also graded to fourth Dan by Kaicho Yukio Okamura after attending a gruelling week long training camp. The training was conducted by Kata world champion, Rika Usami.
At the finish, all participants can relax and enjoy the morning, with entertainment, food stalls, face painting and lots more.
This iconic sporting event attracted more than 24, 000 athletes who came not only from South Africa but globally to pay tribute to Madiba and be part of the race that profiles the triumph of the human spirit.
The KFC Mini-Cricket Kids Join the Proteas On Tour competition will be shaking up the cricket calendar and giving the KFC Mini-Cricket kids yet another reason to play their favourite game, their way.
The exhilarating and excited challenge is proudly hosted by the Savages Athletic Club and was held in Morningside.
Over 120 KFC Mini-Cricket volunteer coaches and co-ordinators made their to the annual national seminar held in KwaZulu-Natal in July.
Adding to the success, Ethen James Govinden, S Ismail and Gabrielle Padayachee secured silver medals in Table Tennis division.