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KZN Cricket Selections 2017

Congratulations to the seven Kearsney boys who were selected to the KZN Coastals Cricket teams:
U18 – Luke de Vlieg and Patch McGrath
U17 – Carl Heunis and Robbie Koenig
U15 – Jean-Luc Talbot, Cade Carmichael and Matthew Murray

We wish you all the best for the rest of the cricket season.

Speech Day Friday 29 September

At our annual Speech Day and Grade 12 prize-giving 16 awards of Colours and 13 Honours awards for academics were presented. Six boys achieved Honours Cum Laude.

The Dux of the School for 2017 is David Comrie. He was also awarded the following prizes: Accounting, Engineering Graphics and Design and Life Orientation. Bradley D’Eramo was awarded the Proxime Accessit to Dux and the Biology prize. We are proud of the boys’ achievements in their Trial Examinations and wish them well as they prepare for the Final IEB Examinations.

The boys pictured all achieved Honours Cum Laude: David Comrie (Dux of School), Calvin Engelen, Dom Ferri, Luca Ferri, Alex Veltman and Bradely D’Eramo (Runner-up to Dux)

Two more Golds for the Kearsney Choir

The Kearsney College Choir will return from the 10th Orientale Concentus International Choral Festival in Singapore with two Gold medals!

The Choir won the Folklore Category with a score of 92.2 (Gold Grade 1). No other Choir earned a Grade 1 Gold in any category at the Festival.

In their second category (B2 (Equal voices – Youth), the Choir finished second with a score of 81.3. This earned them a Gold (Grade III).

We are very proud that you kept the Kearsney Choir flag flying high, boys and staff.

Read our dedicated Choir tour blog.

Springbok selection for Dan and Jean-Luc (KCOB 2013)

Congratulations to Daniel and Jean-Luc du Preez who have been selected to the Bok squad for the Rugby Championship. Daniel (pictured right above) is in line to make his Springbok debut while Jean-Luc made his debut against Wales last year and played in the home series against France in June this year. The twins celebrated their 22nd birthdays on Saturday 05 August 2017. We wish them and all the Boks all the best for the Championship.

KZN Under 17 Sevens Squad

Congratulations to Jacques Odendaal for his selection to the KZN U17 Sevens team as a backline player. This is a fantastic achievement. Jacques was the Kearsney U18 team captain when the Matric were not playing.

SA Schools Rugby selection

Congratulations to Dylan Richardson who has been selected for the SA Schools rugby team at flank. The team will face Wales, France and England in the U19 International Series in August 2017. We wish the team all the best for the series.

Five Kearsney boys selected for provincial rugby teams

Congratulations to the Kearsney rugby players who were selected for various KZN rugby teams.

U18 Craven Week: Dylan Richardson (top left)
U18 Academy Week: Sibusiso Sangweni (bottom left), James Sutherland (top right) and Ross Taylor (not pictured)
U16 Grant Khomo Week: Oliver Carmody (bottom right)

Provincial Basketball Selections

At the final round of the KZN basketball trials the following selections were announced:
U18: Kuhle Bophela and Levi Donjeany
U16: Ayoola Morakinyo and Jed Hayman

Congratulations boys.

Pictured left to right: Levi, Kuhle, Ayoola and Jed.

National Hockey selections

Three Kearsney hockey players were selected for SA Schools’ teams.

Keanan Naidoo SA U18B team
Guy Morgan SA U17 team
Chase Kelly SAU16 HP squad

Congratulations boys!

Provincial Hockey selections

Congratulations to the 25 Kearsney hockey players who were selected for various KZN and KZN Coastal Hockey teams.

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SA Men’s Hockey selection for KCOB

After a national hockey selection camp the team to play in the Hockey World League Semi Finals was announced. We are delighted to learn that Bili Ntuli (2014) has been chosen to represent South Africa. This event is a World Cup qualifying tournament and will be held in Johannesburg from 08 to 23 July. Australia, Germany, Spain and Belgium among other countries, will take part.

Pictured above: Monde Nkosi with mother Nomsa, wife Nyaki, daughter Nkanyezi and father Phillip

KCOB Top MBA student at Stanford

We were proud to learn of the fantastic achievements by Monde Nkosi, Kearsney’s headboy of 2007. He graduated in June 2017 as one of the top students in his MBA Class at Stanford University in the USA. This meant he was designated an Arjay Miller Scholar, becoming one of the first black South Africans to achieve this prestigious award.

Monde also completed his Masters in Education at Stanford during this time.

Monde epitomised balance and all-round excellence at Kearsney. Monde came 9th in SA in the National English Olympiad in 2006. He earned Academic Honours Cum Laude in 2007 and matriculated with six distinctions.

Monde represented KZN Athletics in 2005, played 1st team rugby, 1st team basketball (Captain) and 1st team soccer. He was awarded the coveted “Best All-rounder Award ” and the “Ambassador’s Trophy” in Grade 12.

National Tennis Selections 2017

Congratulations to the following boys for their provincial selections:
U19A:     Kade Mindry
U15A:     Luc Koenig
U15B:     Shail Chetty

Following the inter-provincial tournaments, Kade Mindry  was selected to the SA U17 Tennis team and Grade 8 pupil Luc Koenig who was selected as a reserve for SA U15. Congratulations on these excellent achievements.

Thirty-three distinctions between them Cameron Rencken (7), Kwanda Bhengu (6), Nicholas Carroll (7), Tahir Essay (7) Sameer Vawda (6)

Excellent results for the Class of 2016

We are delighted to report that the Class of 2016 has achieved outstanding results in the IEB NSC Examinations and once again done the school proud. We thank them for their contributions to the College in all areas over the past five years and wish them all the best for the future.

Read the full details.

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