The older generation also got a chance to get back onto the field in the dad’s match.
Twenty-six Kearsney College players were selected for the provincial hockey teams.
Sixteen schools from around the country gathered at St Mary’s DSG in Kloof to compete for the prestigious tourney title.
The school thanked the Sharks and KZN touch rugby for giving them the opportunity.
Maritzburg College beat Kearsney College in cricket and basketball at the weekend.
Westville’s first team led the way on a cricketing day in which the results were overwhelming in Westville’s favour. They won 18 with Glenwood winning only two of the 20 games played.
The game benefited LIV Village and the Kearsney College Bursary Fund.
WBHS are traditionally favourites in the butterfly and did not disappoint with all the age groups winning and the U14, U15 and U16 teams all setting new records.
Kearsney College’s 1st water polo team had a successful trip to the Pretoria Boys’ High festival. The team: (back, from left) Oliver Carmody, James Young, Taine Buys, Tyler Roake, Nick Baines, Luc Le Clézio, Oliver Kenny, (front) Scott Mantle (manager), Daniel Marshall, Torin Tedder, Grant Sander, James Kenny, Rees Stiemens, Juan Pretorius and Chris Reardon…
During this weekend’s cricket fixtures against Northwood High School, three young men excelled with the bat.
The last 18 runs were made for the loss of another two wickets but still with 2.5 overs to spare.