St John's College

Hockey & Rugby

The past weekend saw the St John’s College rugby and hockey teams travelling to Pretoria Boys High School, where 30 games were played across both sporting codes.

It was a tough day at the office for most of the St John’s hockey teams who only picked up three victories out of their 16 games played. The First XI did very well in their clash against this top-performing Pretoria Boy’s side with a hard-fought 2-2 draw. There were another three draws from the St John’s teams, with all boys putting in valiant efforts against Pretoria Boys’.

The rugby also saw some bruising results with our hosts enjoying the better results in the exchanges. The main game saw the Blues coming out as the winners with a final score of 19-27 in a tightly contested matchup on Brookes Field.

Other notable results included the Third XV and the U16Bs who remain unbeaten as they go into their final games of the season against St Stithians College

Well done to all our players, coaches and staff for making it a successful weekend in Pretoria, ahead of the final winter sports encounter, the #PinkDerby at home against St Stithians this weekend.

For all results, please visit #SJCHockey #SJCRugby #LuxVitaCaritas

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Julian Kundi and Zaydaan Ghoor after winning the tie-deciding doubles match.


Our First Team Tennis boys participated in an invitational league fixture against Redhill School where we played incredibly well, picking up five match victories and emerging the overall winners. Well done, gents! For results, please visit


The St John’s College Golf teams played in the Kenako Golf tournament held from 7 to 10 May in George. The first team were placed 2nd overall in the tournament, whilst the second team claimed 3rd spot.

“The boys really played well during the tournament and crafted their skills to play in very different conditions than up here in Gauteng,” said Derik Botha, MIC Golf

Kenako Golf Tournament Results

Division 1 Medal

1st Rundle College 696

2nd St Johns 1st team 701

3rd St Johns 2nd team 731

4th Paarl Gim 1st Team 736

Individual medal results

1st Hennie de Villers 220 (Paarl Gim 1st team)

4th Matthew Dippenaar 230

5th Jayden Hoskins 232

6th Calvin Brooks 243

Tied 7th Rory Crosley 246

9th Liam Murning 247

10th Jack Porter 248

Tied 11th Benjamiin Jacobs and Tino Munyurwa 252