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The A-team competed in the B-league in 2023. It was extremely challenging competing against top schools like, Bryanston, Randpark, and Queens but our athletes made us proud. 15 individuals and 2 relay teams from the A-team qualified for prestige, that’s 10 more individuals and one extra relay team compared to last year.

The B-team competed in the E-league. They had a great season with 7 individuals and 1 relay team qualifying for prestige.

At prestige, 3 of our athletes received individual medals. Emily Norman won Bronze in the Junior girls 800m, Dylan Mostert-Wright won bronze in the u14 200m and Menzi Nkabinde won silver in the u15 400m. 2 of our relay teams also received medals, namely the u15 boys and the Open boys.

Well done to all our athletes that trained hard and improved throughout the season. A special thank you to the A-team captains Joy Emenike, Joshua Brauns, Sarah Scott and Jett Matthews, as well as all the coaches and officials that helped make the season a



The 2023 Cross Country season was unfortunately shorter than it should have been due to numerous cancellations on account of lightning. As a result, runners struggled to build into the season as may have been expected and results were not what they could have been. It was heartening though that the EHS Cross Country team was a group of learners that could be relied upon, and who always tried their absolute best -putting in an effort that made the coaches proud. There were not many stellar results to speak of, but there is certainly potential in particularly the juniors who displayed commitment and dedication.



Our hockey boys had a very successful season in 2023 and we intend to continue growing stronger and stronger. 


Our U14 hockey boys arrived at the start of the season with more than half the hockey boys having never played hockey before but despite this, the boys often held their own against other schools.  They placed fourth in the league having only lost one league match. 


The U15 Boys team was an impeccably well-oiled machine giving some of the best schools around a run for their money.  They started off on their Bloemfontein tour where the boys came together as a team and this set the tone for the season.  They played some tough games whilst on tour but showed their strength and placed 5th overall.  The boys ended the season 2nd in the league.  


The First Team hockey boys of 2023 had a great start to the season by placing 2nd at the pre-season Reddam festival. They then went on tour to Bloemfontein during the April holidays where they placed 4th out of 9 schools. 



At the end of the 2022 league, Edenvale was placed into a higher league, B – league (Middle schools).

Pre-season started at the end of first term, the season was a jam-packed with a number of derby days, festivals and league fixtures.

Three of our teams, U 15’s; U 16’s and 1 st went on the Bloemfontein tour. The following results from the girls’ league was achieved with all teams making it to the playoffs:

Under 14 girls placed 8th overall and faced Stoffberg,

Under 15 girls placed 8th overall and faced Stoffberg,,

Under 16 girls placed 5th overall and faced Edenglen,

Second Team girls placed 7th overall and unfortunately do not have play-offs for their division,

First Team girls placed 7th overall and faced Stoffberg.

U16’s won their playoffs, and faced Hans Moore in the quarter finals.

The First Team Girls’ ended their 2023 season by playing a UK school and the U16’s participated in the Pullen and Howell Trophy Festival in July last year.

Edenvale High School girls’ hockey also represented the school with a number of players making it to the final round of Eastern’s trials. The following girls got selected for their respective Eastern’s Girls’ Hockey Teams:

Under 16 A: Latavia Mahabeer (Captain)

Under 16 B: Chandre Bennett ( Vice-captain)

Under 18 : Nqobile Ngwenya

Thank you to the coaches that dedicated numerous hours of training, umpiring and late match days, wins and losses, early Saturday departures and for sharing their love of the game with the players.


Netball at Edenvale High is a premier sport where we compete in the top league, Ekurhuleni A . 

Pre-season started with a bang with the A teams from each age group competing at the Krugersdorp Best of The West Tournament at the beginning of March. A summary of the results is as follows:

  • U14A: Won 5 out of 6 games.

  • U15A: Won 6 out of 6 games.

  • U16A: Won 4 out of 5 games.

  • U17A: Won 5 out of 6 games.

  • U19A: Won 5 out of 5 games.

This year has been a milestone for netball as our First Team competed in the MenloPark Tournament for the first time. The MenloPark Tournament hosts over 50 of the top netball schools from around the country and is played over four days during the Term 1 holiday. The First Team faced Netball Giants such as Oranje Meisies, Bloemhof, and Durbanville to name a few.

They played 10 games, securing 3 wins, 1 draw, and 6 losses.

The First Team also competed in the St. Andrew's Tournament at the beginning of Term 2 where they finished second in their pool, winning 6 out of 7 games. They advanced to the Championship Pool along with St. Andrew's, Durban Girls College, Krugersdorp High, Holy Rosary, Reddam, Redhill, and St. Stithians. They finished 5th out of 32 schools.

Term 2 will hold its challenges as the netball girls will compete against the top schools in the Ekurhuleni A league to earn a place in the Gauteng Schools National Championships to be held in June.


The 2024 rugby season was in full swing as soon as Term 1 started. The coaches were working hard to get the boys fit and conditioned for the upcoming season.This year we are working towards improving the allround skills of the boys, on and off the field. The annual Rugby Camp was a huge success, the boys got to know their teammates and other players better, while having a lot of fun.


We have played a couple of warm up games against Potch Boys High and Rand Park, where we had some mixed results. This is the perfect time for the coaches to experiment with their teams and see what the boys are capable of doing in the season.


Coaches have set certains goals they want to achieve this season and we are all looking forward to seeing the boys giving it their all every single game.



The soccer season started very well for all our teams. The league that the boys were entered in was the Johannesburg Football league, which had a tournament format. Majority of our teams made the quarterfinals and

unfortunately, that is where they were knocked out except for our First team, which then made it to the Semi - Final. They played Curro Waterstone College where they were unfortunately knocked out. The First team boys showed exceptional skill on the field and it was a true reflection on how football is supposed to be played amongst youngsters. It was a pleasure to watch these

boys play this season.

St Peters is a tournament that consists of 43 schools, both government and private. This tournament is the biggest Soccer tournament of the year as it decides who is the best soccer school not just in our district but in the whole of Gauteng. The boys had tough challenges but every game they played they showed exceptional skill and completely out played their opposition. They

finished 2nd in their group and because of their goal difference they advanced to the round of 16 and thereafter made it all the way to the Cup final. This is a

huge achievement for the Soccer boys as this has never been done before in the history of the school. The boys unfortunately lost 1-0 to Clapham in the final, which resulted in them being silver medallists finishing 2nd in the tournament. 

Well done to all first team boys for this incredible achievement.

Congratulations to Moses Moyo, Emmanuel Gitonga and Botchelo Maake for making the St Peters team of the tournament. These boys are outstanding players and we hope to see them succeed in the sport for many years to come.



In 2023, the JVW league which EHS has been participating in since 2012, was revised into new age groups. U/16, U/17 and two Open age groups were entered. With this new method of distribution it was the time to rebuild our structures and so this season was always going to reflect these growing pains. 


Our coaching and administration structures are among the best in the league as we have consistently produced U/15 and Open teams of a high standard. 


This year our U/16, U/17 and Second Team played in new leagues with new opposition and found it challenging. We have learnt a lot in this time and will continue to improve over the next 2 years as our succession plan takes shape. There are rising stars as well as those who have shown promise and ability on the pitch. We are so proud of the girls and for putting in their best in every match.


The First Team have had an exceptional season. Beginning by winning the first ever Diamond Cup which was a World Cup style competition with 32 teams representing each country that participated in this year's FIFA Women's World Cup. EHS, representing Nigeria, finished on top of our group with two wins and a draw against the host school, Waterstone College. In the round of 16 the top teams were drawn against one another and EHS beat Pinnacle College Rynfield 1 - 0. On Women's Day, EHS then met Hoerskool FH Odendaal and Wordsworth HS in the Quarter and Semifinals winning 3 - 1 and  4 - 2, respectively.


The drama of the final unfolded on SuperSport live as EHS suffered against Steyn City in the first half and were down 2 - 0 at the half time whistle. In the second half, EHS rallied and pulled a goal back but the joy of the goal was taken back as Steyn City replied with a third goal. The last 10 minutes of the match was non-stop action as EHS surged back into the game scoring three goals to take the final 4 - 3. It was an exceptional show of courage, tenacity and playing till the final whistle. Two players were acknowledged with individual awards, Tanna Hollis for top goalscorer (22 goals) and Abigail Smethurst for best goalkeeper of the tournament. The coaching staff also received the best coach award. 



The swimmers of Edenvale High School had a great swimming season in 2024, showcasing their dedication, skill, and remarkable achievements.

With the guidance of Coach Shaun from Precision Aquatics, the team underwent a rigorous training regimen from Monday to Wednesday each week to prepare for the galas ahead. Participating in five galas every Thursday, the swimmers demonstrated their talents and competitive spirit, ending in the Interhouse Gala hosted by Edenvale High School at the prestigious Delville swimming pool on March 6th, 2024. The Interhouse Gala was attended by five esteemed schools from Johannesburg, where Edenvale High School displayed exceptional talent and determination, securing a commendable third-place finish overall.

Following their success, the team also participated in the esteemed Prestige Gala held at St. Stititians, where they emerged as a force to be reckoned with, with an impressive eleven swimmers qualifying for the event. Michaela Pon's stellar performance in the 50m butterfly race earned her a well-deserved bronze medal.

The 2024 swimming season was a resounding success for Edenvale High School, marked by triumphs and personal bests. The legacy of teamwork and sportsmanship shown by the Edenvale High School swimming team will continue to inspire others, ensuring that the spirit of success lives on in the pool and beyond.


The school tennis season for both boys and girls during the academic year 2022-2023 was marked by mixed results on the scoreboard. Although a high win rate was not seen, a high amount of dedication was viewed by the players. Despite the ups and downs, the learners displayed remarkable sportsmanship throughout the season.

The boys faced some tough competition but still managed to show resilience and determination on the court. Support was shown for each other and the willing to learn was shown by the players.

The girls definitely showed some growth since the beginning of the year by being willing to put in the

time to improve skills. They were lucky enough to participate at Sun City where, although they did not perform as well as they hoped, they also learnt resilience and showed respect for all the teams they played.

It has been evident that growth from all of our players has been observed this year both on the court and off. We are very proud of their commitment to the sport as they have shown what dedication, even during the tough games, looks like.

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