Dale Junior Councillors Group of 2011 make their primary school proud

Several of the Dale Junior Councillors from their Grade-7 Class of 2011 will continue in the same leadership vein as prefects at their respective high schools in 2016. Amongst them are a few Head Boys and Deputy Head Boys.
Dale Jnr 2011

Front Row: Lutho Nomoyi (Kingswood College – Deputy Head), Mr B. Cloete, Miss P. Thatcher, James Monaghan (Selborne College – Head Boy)

Middle Row: Athenkosi Halom (Kingswood College), Ndili-ya-Mahlubi Stamper (DHS – Prefect), Lutho Lwana (Selborne College – Prefect), Siphelele Gcweni (Dale College) Keoghan Penhall (Selborne College), Siyavuya Ngalwana (Dale College), Cassidy Daniels (Kingswood College)

Back Row: Buhle Mafeke(Dale College), Heindrick Otto (Dale College – Head Boy), Kwezi Mafu (Grey High), Luthando Adam (Dale College – Deputy Head Boy), Libhongolethu Geza, Hlumelo Mekuto(DHS – Prefect)

Not in Photo: Lindokuhle Gantsho (Hudson Park – Head Boy)

5 Comments

  1. @Vleis: Yeah that would be interesting.

    Most of these boys left at the end of grade 8. I stand corrected but 8 of the ones in this picture played 13A rugby – 6 of whom remained and played at the college as 14As only losing one game. About 9 of the 2012 under 14A team left at the end of their grade 8 year. As a result they struggled at under 15 and 16 – with a thumb suck of about 6 wins over both years. Hopefully having stuck it out together though those tough years would have built some character for next year.

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  2. I bet that most of these boys are very good rugby players. I know that a lot went to Kingswood and DHS, which helped create ‘dream teams’ in this age group. Of course, Kwezi (Grey High) made SA schools this year as an u17 already.

    Makes you wonder how strong Dale’s 1st team of 2016 would’ve been if they’d managed to keep all of their players. It would be great if SARU, companies, interested individuals, old boys, etc invested the requisite funds, resources, etc that helped Dale retain these boys.

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