NJSA Awards function 2017

On Sunday the annual NJSA awards function was held at the Midstream College Auditorium. Players were recognised for their achievements through the 2017 season.

Certificates were awarded for Invitation team colours to the players who participated in the Angela Difford u11 Festival and the Country Schools Festival. Certificates for full provincial colours were awarded to the teams that played in the IPT’s. All the schools league winners received trophies and certificates.

The function concluded with the prestigious merit certificates and trophies for exceptional performances. Here is the full list of winners (not including team member names):

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Primary schools Girls B: Runners-up: St. Mary’s DSG, Winners: St. Mary’s DSG

Primary schools Girls A: Runners-up: St. Mary’s DSG, Winners: Midstream College

Primary schools Boys D: Runners-up: Midstream College, Winners: Wierda Park

Primary schools Boys C: Runners-up: Crawford College, Winners: Midstream Ridge

Primary schools Boys B: Runners-up: Anton van Wouw, Winners: Wierda Park

Primary schools Boys A: Runners-up: Midstream College, Winners: Midstream Ridge

 

HIGH SCHOOLS

Girls C: Runners-up: Pretoria Girls High, Winners: Pretoria Girls High

Girls B: Runners-up: Pretoria Girls High, Winners: Menlo Park

Boys u14 & u16 B&C: Runners-up: Menlo Park, Winners: Zwartkop

Boys u16 A: Runners-up: Midstream, Winners: Eldoraigne

Boys u19 C: Runners-up: CBC Mount Edmund, Winners: Menlo Park

Girls A: Runners-up: Zwartkop, Winners: Menlo Park

Boys u19 A: Runners-up: Menlo Park, Winners: Pretoria Boys High A

 

Dora Orban trophy for Girls interschools squash (Northerns Top Schools): Die Hoërskool Menlo Park

Tony Minnaar trophy for Boys interschools squash (Northerns Top Schools): Pretoria Boys High

Aiden Dixon trophy for best overall performance by a school in the league: Runners-up: Midstream (6 teams, average 9 points), Winners: PHSG (4 teams, average 9.5 points)

 

NJSA MERIT AWARDS

Girls u14 A – IPT winners
Awande Malinga
Catelin Robson
Zene Fourie
Shannon Fraser
Hannah du Toit
Judah Phillips Winner: SA Open 2017 Boys u11
Patrick Weir Winner: Bloemfontein Open 2017 Boys u11
Luhann Groenewald Winner: SA Open 2017 Boys u13
Winner: Africa Open 2017 Boys u13
Winner: Bloemfontein Open 2017 Boys u13
Awande Malinga SA Top 10 Girls u14
SA Invitational Team to Malaysia Girls u14
Catelin Robson SA Top 10 Girls u14
Gareth Craigen SA Top 10 Boys u14
Zene Fourie SA Top 10 Girls u14
Brett McLachlan SA Top 10 Boys u14
Damian Groenewald Winner: Africa Open 2017 Boys u15
Joha van der Merwe SA Top 10 Boys u16
Reece McLachlan SA Top 10 Boys u16
SA Invitational Team to Malaysia Boys u16
Blaine Verhage Winner: Africa Open 2017 Boys u19
SA Team to Junior World Championships Boys u19
SA Top 10 Boys u19
Helena Coetzee SA Top 10 Girls u19
SA Team to Junior World Championships Girls u19
Mikael Clayton SA Team to Junior World Championships Boys u19
SA Top 10 Boys u19
Winner: SA Open 2017 Boys u19

 

NJSA INDIVIDUAL TROPHIES

Most improved player – Girls Primary schools Ashton Weir
Most improved player – Boys Primary schools Kristian Theron
Player of the year – Girls Primary schools Awande Malinga
Player of the year – Boys Primary schools Luhann Groenewald
Player of the year – Girls u14 Catelin Robson
Player of the year – Boys u14 Damian Groenewald
Most improved player – Senior Girls Hannah du Toit
Most improved player – Senior Boys Rico Coetsee
Player of the year – Senior Girls Helena Coetzee
Player of the year – Senior Boys Mikael Clayton
Chairman’s Award – Girls Jana Coetzer
Chairman’s Award – Boys Blaine Verhage

 

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