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Kearsney Old Boy takes part in Paralympic Games
At the Rio Paralympics Mpumelelo Mhlongo (Class of 2012) finished 7th in the second heat of the men’s 100m. This meant he did not proceed to the final. It must have been an amazing experience to compete with the world’s top 18 athletes in that event.
Mpumi’s other event at the Paralympic Games was long jump on Saturday 17 September. Mpumi achieved a season’s best jump which resulted in him finishing in 6th place in the finals of the event. What a wonderful achievement.
Master’s degree with distinction from Oxford
Alex von Klemperer (Class of 2006, Dux of the College), who attends Oxford University on a Rhodes scholarship, has been awarded his Master’s degree with distinction. He was one of only five in the class of twenty-two to achieve this remarkable feat.
The Rhodes Scholarship covers his Alex’s Masters in Neuroscience and two years of his D Phil. After his achievement in his Master’s degree, Alex was awarded the prestigious Clarendon Scholarship for the final year of his D Phil. Clarendon scholars are selected by experts in their fields based on outstanding academic merit and potential. According to Oxford University, they select individuals who are ‘intelligent, motivated and show enormous potential’.
Congratulations Alex on these incredible achievements.
Rugby: Dylan Richardson selected for SA Schools A team
We are delighted to announce that Dylan Richardson (Grade 11), who played for the Sharks U18 team in Craven Week during July, was selected to the SA School A team which played an U19 international series involving England, Wales and Italy in August.
New South African Swimming Record at Olympics
Congratulations to Myles Brown (Class of 2010) who set a new South African record in the pool in the 400m freestyle at the Olympic Games in Rio, but unfortunately it wasn’t enough to get him through to the semis in that event.
U18 Coca-Cola Craven and Academy Weeks
We were delighted to host the prestigious 2016 U18 Coca-Cola Rugby Youth Weeks from 11-16 July. This is the first time that the U18 Coca-Cola Craven and Academy Weeks have been held simultaneously at the same venue. Read more…
National Hockey selections
Congratulations to Lyle Jarvel, who was named captain of the U18B SA Schools hockey team, and Guy Morgan captain of the SA Schools U16A team. Our 1st XI coach, Mr Sihle Ntuli, was chosen to coach the SA U16 hockey team.
Twenty-four Kearsney hockey players represented provincial teams in the July holidays. Read more…
Rugby: U18 KZN Craven Week team
Congratulations to our five 1st XV players who have been selected for the KZN Craven Week team.
2 Dylan Richardson; 5 Jared Meyer; 6 Luke Croshaw; 8 James Miller; 22 Cameron Ritchie. Read more…
Two Old Boys to represent SA at Rio Olympics
Congratulations to Myles Brown (KCOB 2010) who has qualified to swim for SA and James Reid (also 2010) who has been selected for the mountain biking team for the Rio Olympics starting on 05 August. Read more.
Provincial Water Polo
Three Kearsney water polo coaches were announced as provincial representatives – Michael Simpson is the U15 boys’ manager, Justin Randall the U19B girls’ coach and Scott Mantle the U16 girls’ coach.
Old Boy achieves highest mark in MBA programme at Cambridge University
Congratulations to Justin Reed (KCOB 2003) who achieved the highest overall mark in Cambridge University’s Judge Business School MBA Programme. Read more…
Jean-Luc du Preez to play for SA “A” squad
Flank Jean-Luc du Preez (KCOB 2013) has been included in the South Africa “A” squad to face the England Saxons in June.