Sports Results


Our 1st Team were once again privileged to go on tour to Durban. The boys did extremely well, especially winning against big, strong, older opposition. The results were as follows:


Clifton Festival:                               

vs St. John’s Joburg                won 3-0

Vs Umhali                               drew 2-2

Vs Virginia                             lost 0-1

Vs Chelsea                              lost 0-3


Normal Fixtures:

Vs Crawford La Lucia                        lost 1-3

Vs Glen Ashley                                   won 1-0

Vs Chelsea                                          lost 0-1

Vs Westville                                       lost 0-1

Vs Ashton                                           won 3-0

Vs Riverside Club                               won 4-0

Vs Clifton                                           won 6-0


Overall, we won 5, lost 5 & drew 1 game.


The boys were fine ambassadors of the school and they flew the St John’s flag on and off the field.




Our 1st, 3rd, Colts A and Colts B all played against Hellenic last week in our first fixture of the season. The boys did really well only losing one of the matches. The results were:


1st Team vs Hellenic 1st Team

Hellenic 94 for 8

Sam Dawson 4 for 11

Rory Honey 2 for 11

St. John’s 95 for 4

Khule Nduku 25 runs

Josh Littlewood 19

St. John’s won by 6 wickets


3rd Tean vs Hellenic 2nd Team

St. John’s 110 for 5

Mark Ewing 45 not out

Hellenic 86 all out

St. John’s won by 24 runs


Colts A vs Hellenic Colts A

St. John’s 62 All out

Hellenic 63 for 1

St. John’s lost by 9 wickets


Colts B vs Hellenic Colts B

Hellenic 54 All out

St. John’s 55 for 3

St. John’s won by 7 wickets




Congratulations to the following boys for being selected captains for Swimming and Tennis.

Swimming:              Ethan Ridley (Captain)

Zach Covill (Vice-captain)

Tennis:                     Khule Ndule (Captain)

Max Oelfke (Vice-captain)


Well done to Sam Blinston and Kyle Heyns who participated in Southern Africa Christian Schools Sports Association (SACSSA) Invitational Athletics.

Sam came 3rd in the 100m race & 2nd in the 150m race.

Kyle came 1st in the 1200m race.