Water Polo was also in action over this last weekend with all the KZN10 schools competing against each other.
Clifton VS Northwood
Clifton started the year off with a bang scoring a staggering 109 goals whilst conceding only 27. With 7 wins and 1 loss the bragging rights for this week belong to Clifton. Next up for the Northwood 1st team is a trip to Bloemfontein to take part in Itec Grey College 1st team water polo tournament whilst the rest of the school takes on HIlton College at home. Clifton head to Kearsney College
Glenwood VS Saint Charles
Glenwood water polo fared a little better than their Basketball counterparts by winning 2 drawing 1 and losing 1 against Saint Charles. It is worth noting that Saint Charles did not play the Glenwood 1st team. Next up for Glenwood is a battle of the blue bloods as they head to the Chad Le Clos aquatics centre to take on powerhouse Westville Boys who have swept aside Maritzburg College and Michaelhouse the last 2 weekends. Saint Charles take the short trip across the city to take College.
Kearsney VS DHS
A dominant display from Kearnsey as they won 4 lost 1 to DHS on the day, conceding only 15 goals but putting 59 goals past DHS. Next up for DHS is a trip to Michaelhouse, whilst Kearsney can look forward to Clifton College playing them at home.
Michaelhouse VS Westville
Michaelhouse showed some promise as their U14’s had some convincing wins. Overall on the day Michaelhouse won 4 and lost 5. Next up for Michaelhouse is DHS at home whilst Westville hosts Glenwood in midweek fixture on the 22 January 2019.
Hilton College VS Maritzburg College
Hilton showed once again that they are class act of the Midlands KZN10 schools with convincing day against College. Winning 4 drawing 4 and losing 1 doesn’t do justice to their dominance as their wins came with a combined score of 59 to 6. Next up for Hilton College is the long trip to Stellenbosch to take part in the Paul Roos festivall whilst the school takes on Northwood at home. College next host Saint Charles College
Westville VS Glenwood
Westville again highlighted their status as a water polo powerhouse with a convincing afternoon against visitors Glenwood. Westville on the day played 8 won 7 and lost 1, with an average wining margin of 11 goals to 3, indicating just how dominant they were from top to bottom.