Congratulations to Amy Marks on receiving her grading
certificate from Pinetown JKA Karate. She was awarded the ranking of Dinky
Black. Well done Amy.
Congratulations to Nikolaos Bratos who participated in
the Aquazone Summer Champs on Sunday 31 January. He attained the following
2nd 25m Butterfly
2nd 25m Backstroke
2nd 25m Freestyle
2nd 100m Individual Medley
3rd 25m Breast stroke
Well done Nikolaos.
Congratulations to Bronwyn Cason and Matthew McMurray who
were chosen to attend the eThekwini Highway Tennis Trials on Friday. Well
done to them both.
HS Action Netball
TMC U16A 4 St. Mary’s U16A 16
Congratulations to Jessica Leigh Nozaic (Grade 8) who has been selected to represent the KZN Midlands Mixed Action Netball Team – well done Jessica.
PS Championship Gala
Congratulations to the following U9s who swam at the SP
championship gala & received awards:
U9 Boys' Champ Bjorn Bekker, Runner-up Dylan Davidson
U9 Girls' Champ Mackenzy Layden, Runner-up Simone Cairns
U10 Girls' Champ Dayna Deeble, Runner-up Lucy Lee
U10 Boys' Champ Devin Harwin, Runner-up Jake du Buission
U11 Girls' Champ Simei Bekker, Runner-up Chelsea Hornby
U11 Boys' Champ Nikolaos Bratos, Runner-up Keagan Brand
U12 Girls' Champ Madyson Ecsreet, Runner-up Amy Ashlschlager
U12 Boys' Champ Nathan Riddle, Runner-up Luke Riddle
Open Girls' Champ Chelsea Layden, Runner-up Tyla Christie
Open Boys' Champ Matthew McMurray, Runner-up Jordan Deeble
Grade 2 Mini Cricket
Grade 3 Mini Cricket
Lost to Highbury
With a jammed packed start to the 2016 cycling calender. TMC cyclists have been busy competing at National and Provincial events, with great results from the weekends races.
2016 SA XCO Cup 1 @ Mankele Mountain Bike park (30th January)
U14 Sub Junior Boys - Travis Stedman (Gr8) = 2nd
Mitchel Potgieter (Gr8) = 4th
2016 KZN XCO provincial Series - Race 1(6 February)
U12 Sprog Boys - Liam Theunissen (Gr5) = 1st
Keagan Brand (Gr5) = 5th
U14 Sub Junior Boys - Travis Stedman (Gr8) = 1st
Mitchel Potgieter (Gr8) = 2nd
Dean Gregson (Gr8) = 7th
U16 Boys - Cian Leveridge (Gr10) = 1st
Joshua Clipstone (Gr9) = 2nd
U16 Girls - Tiffany Keep (Gr10) = 1st
Courtney Smith (Gr10) = 3rd
U23 Boys - Devon Smith (Gr12) = 4th
TMC 3 WBHS 5
HS Girls’ Tennis
TMC U16A 1 Umhlanga College U16A 7
TMC 1st Team 10 Crawford NC 1st Team 10
HS Girls’ Indoor Hockey
TMC U14B 2 Ashton U14A 0
TMC U14A 1 DGC U14A 7
TMC U14A 4 Fatima U14A 2
TMC U16C 0 Crawford LL U16B 8
TMC U16B 6 Westville GHS U16B 1
TMC U16A 2 Crawford LL U16A 2
TMC 2nd Team 3 St. Mary’s 3rd Team 2
TMC 1st Team 8 St. Henry’s 1st Team 3
WBHS U14C 139/4(Barr 51 no.)TMC U14A 98/8 (Hooper 39, Xulu 4/23) WBHS won by 41 runs.
WBHS U15E 116/7 (Bashford 3/25). TMC U15B 65/5. WBHS won by 51 runs.
TMC U16A 92/6 (Coleman 31 no). WBHS U16C 93/4. WBHS won by 6 wickets.
TMC U15A 135 all out (Vergeer 25 no, Barrett 21) Grantleigh U15A 108 all out (Evans
3/17). TMC won by 27 runs.
Grantleigh 1st Team 125. (Murugan 3/23) TMC 1st Team 126/7 ( Tim 3/14) TMC won by 3 wickets
HS Boys' Water Polo
TMC U14A 5 Kearsney U14C 2
TMC U15A 2 Kearsney U16B 11
TMC 2nds 2 Kearsney 3rds 4
SP Cricket vs Sarnia
TMPS 1st 241 for 3, M McMurray 87 no, M Sim 83 no, J Breytenbach 23
Sarnia 167 for 9, K Coombs 2 for 9, H Brimelow 2 for 10, M Sim 2 for 23
TMPS 1st won by 74 runs.
TMPS U11A batted first and scored 188/4
Ethan McCormick 50 not out, Nikolaos Bratos 51 not out, Blaine Dunbar 27 , Ethan Harris 19, Nicholas Butler 12 not out, Jarred Christie 12 not out.
Sarnia scored 101 all out
Blaine Dunbar 2.1 overs 1/2, Nikolaos Bratos 4 overs 9/2, Ethan McCormick 4 overs 11/1
TMPS U11A won by 87 runs.
SP Cricket 1st vs Grantleigh
TMC 133 for 9, H Brimelow 61.
Grantleigh 119 all out, M McMurray 4 for 21
TMC 1st XI won by 19 runs
SP Cricket 2nds vs Sarnia
Sarnia – 77 for 6 after 20 overs
TMC – 78 for 1 after 12.2 overs
Jared Penny – 39 not out
Sam Daniel – 15 not out
Michael Kiggen – 4 overs, 7 runs, 2 wickets
Tyrell Reddy – 4 overs, 12 runs, 2 wickets
TMC won by 9 wickets
SP Cricket 3rds vs Westville 4ths
No result (bad light / rain)
SP Cricket 4th vs Westville
lost to Westville by 8 wickets
Ruby and Chanook ended up with a first for their (level 0) 40cm ideal time round, and a second for their 40cm competition round and jump off.
Ruby rode like a real professional and also was incredibly proud to represent Thomas More College.
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Woods (Grade 10) who took part in the KZN life-saving champs on Sunday and did extremely well.
She achieved the following results:
1st - 3km long beach run.
2nd - Beach sprints.
2nd - Beach flags.
3rd - Relay Team Sprints
She will therefore be going to SA life-saving champs at the end of March. Well done Kaitlyn.