Sheppie High Eco Club making a difference

A clean up of Colley Street has been initiated by Port Shepstone High School’s Eco Club.

The members made a good start last week and will continue the clean-up process next week too.

Our U15 cricket boys played against Kokstad. PSHS batted first and scored 149 runs with Tyler Hogan scoring 52 runs and Nathan Milton scoring 25 runs.

Kokstad was bowled out for 27 runs. Luyanda Majola took 3 wickets for 11 runs and Chulumanco Zinto took 3 wickets for 1 run. PSHS won by 122 runs.

Basketball was played against Grosvenor. U14 player Ethan Struwig scored 16 points and the team won 20-2. The U15s also won their game by 28 points to 10.

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