An original musical theatre piece and whole school collaboration. May 12-13, 19-20.
Jeppe Girls are the Central Gauteng cricket champions for the third year in a row. They played a combined Soweto schools […]
Congratulations to our athletes on their performances at Inter-districts on 27 February 2017: Jenna Stolz (left) came 1st in u15 100m, Kasey […]
The Class of 2016 Matric Remarks can be collected from Mrs Goldin at the school between 08:00 and 14:00
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Netball is a game that is played with passion and determination at Jeppe. It is a very popular sport with the girls, with many participating. We aim to allow as many girls as possible to enjoy the sport and encourage them to continue to play through their school years.
After hosting weekend tournaments with Public and Private schools from the East Rand, Northern suburbs and Central Johannesburg Districts for three years, Jeppe was invited to join the Private Schools league and has been playing with them since 2009.
Jeppe managed to have 12 teams in 2016, adding C teams to our junior age groups. They only played 2 games, but enjoyed themselves.
11 players were selected to represent D9 netball at the regional trials and our team also participated in the National Girls School Festival.
The u14, u15, u16 and u17 A teams, won their pools in the league and carried on to playoffs.
U17 lost in the semi finals; U16 lost in the quarter finals; U15 lost in the semi finals; U14 team made it to the district finals, buts lost to Wendywood High 12-19.
Office Bearer 2016
Captain: Jenna Franks
The following girls were recognised during 2016 for their contribution to netball:
Half Colours (New) – Jenna Franks, Tshepo Moroka, Lungile Mvelase, Mpho Mvelase, Bongokuphiwe Nyembe, Minenhle Makhubu and Baleseng Noko
Merit Award –Bongiwe Nkabinde, Tafadzwa Makhuza, Joice Msimuko, Zanmari Basson, Lerato Letele, Kgomotso Sekhkhune, Jessica Bonthuys, Anastacia Mnguni, Tshepo Mogale and Shannon Palmer
Team – Jenna Franks, Candice Holland, Sophie Kowa, Lerato Makombothi, Tshepo Moroka, Khanyisile Ndaba, Shirley Ndawo, Bongiwe Nkabinde and Ntabiseng Sibuyi