St Andrew’s High School for Girls is best overall girls rowing school in SA
St Andrew’s High School for Girls won the award for best overall girls rowing school at the South African National Rowing Championships held at Roodeplaat Dam from March 2 to 4.
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The school’s rowing teams bagged numerous accolades on the day.
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U-15 quad bronze medallists Sarah Hindley, Jade Driver, Khanyi Dlamini, Christina Papatheodorou and Thandolwethu Makhhaza.
Second quad gold medallists Maaike Hersov, Jenna Spence, Hannah Chappel, Kelsey Gems and Khanyi Mthimunye.
Receiving the Overall Best School award are Jiaming Li and Tahne Badenhorst.
Louise Basson and Kyla da Costa, the u-16 pair, won gold medals.
U-16 quad silver medallists Louise Basson, Natalie Langman, Ivy Ma, Mbali Masundwa and Georgia Watson with coaches Bryce Etter (left) and Tyler Meyer (right).
The U-15 Oct silver team members. Back: Thandolwethu Makhaza, Christina Papatheodorou and Megan Spence. Front: Jayde Lombard, Kyra Daines, Kelly Carreira, Jade Driver, Sarah Hindley and Karire Evans.
First quad silver medallists Cara Nel, Tahne Badenhorst, Storme Buckle, Jade Texiera and Emily Pollock.
First four gold medallists Nadia Gaspari, Jiaming Li, Jenna Bassett Lee, Alexandra de Sousa and Erin Hallaby.
The team shows excitement at their win.
Tara Nooy (head of sport), Jamie Croly (head coach), Jiaming Li (vice-captain), Tahne Badenhorst (captain) and Gill Jeffrey (headmistress) pose with the trophy for Best Overall Girls Rowing School in South Africa.
The u-16 double team won silver. They are Georgia Watson and Mbali Masundwa.