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Jeppe Fun Run/Walk

Join us for the Centenary Jeppe Fun Run/Walk on Saturday 18th August 2018. Tickets are R40 each and are available […]

Ruth First Fiesta

Save the date 31 August for the Ruth First Fiesta at the Linder Auditorium.

 
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Gold and Silver for Jeppe Choir at World Choir Games

Congratulations to Mr Bester and the Jeppe Girls Choir who were awarded a gold medal and a silver medal for […]

Newsletter June 2018

Newsletter June 2018

World Choir Games – Good Luck Jeppe Girls!

The Jeppe choir will be participating in the 10th World Choir Games to be held in Tshwane from 4th to […]

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Netball

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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 2018, adding C teams to our junior age groups. They only played 2 games, but enjoyed themselves.

17 players were selected to represent D9 netball at the regional trials and 7 of these were selected to attend the first round of Gauteng trials.

Office Bearers 2017

Captains: Angelique Wöhrnitz and Bongokuphiwe Nyembe

The following girls were recognised during 2017 for their contribution to netball:

Full Colours (New) –  Lungile Mvelase, Mpho Mvelase, Bongokuphiwe Nyembe, Minenhle Makhubu and Baleseng Noko

Half Colours (New) – Tafadzwa Makhuza, Angelique Wöhrnitz and Megan Reveley

Merit AwardThando Madondo, Kgomotso Sekhukhune, Jessica Bonthuys, Anastacia Mnguni, Cailin Turnbull and Tshaamano Mabuba

Team – Shaylene Clark, Dakota De Combes, Nompumelelo Dube, Kiah Dyer, Aphiwe Khumalo, Tafadzwa Makhuza, Bontle Morulane, Joice Msimuko, Lungile Mvelase, Mpho Mvelase, Margret Nkata, Bongokuphiwe Nyembe, Samantha Schutte, Zoë Steyn, Teagan Van Tonder and Angelique Wöhrnitz