Discovery team in top form

Back: Joshua Lennet, Daiyaan Marshman and Joshua Heradien. Front: Kaylee Harmse, Khanyi Dlamini and Jessica Davids. Photo: Sonwabile Antonie


Discovery Primary Full Service School recently competed in a schools’ table-tennis tournament hosted at Queens High School. Various schools from across Gauteng competed for top honours. The team of Kaylee Harmse, Jessica Davids, Khany Mahlangu, Joshua Lennet, Daiyaan Marshman and Joshua Heradien participated in a number of singles and doubles matches.

In the girls’ doubles, Kaylee and Khanyi managed to reach the final but narrowly lost. Kaylee also reached the finals in the girls’ singles matches and lost. The boys, Daiyaan and Joshua, reached the finals in their doubles matches but narrowly lost.

Team leaders Kaylee and Daiyaan were happy about their individual and team performances.

“The top schools were well trained and more comfortable. But it showed us that we can still improve by working harder and learning from the mistakes we made during the tournament. Recruiting good players to our team will also help us compete even harder,” they said.

The Discovery team’s performances led them to be crowned runners up and receive silver medals for their efforts.

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