Saints Achievers of the week!

February 13, 2019 | Girls’ College


Cloe de Souza from St Stithians Girls’ College has been selected to represent the Southern Gauteng SENIOR Ladies Indoor Hockey Provincial Team. She is the first school going student to be selected for this side.

Cloe de Souza


Claudia Dobson from St Stithians Girls’ College received her Gauteng Karate colours after winning gold medals for Kumite and Kata at the Provincial Trials. 

Claudia Dobson



St Stithians Girls' College make history AGAIN by winning the SWIMMING, DIVING AND WATER POLO at the National Aquatics Tournament in Durban. Last year they set that record being the first school in the history of the tournament to take all 3 titles. They've just repeated that feat again down in Durban. What an amazing dream team this Aquatics team and coaches including supporters are!


  • Back Row L-R: Bianca Kennerley, Emma Peacock, Gabriella Moll, Danica van Jaarsveld, Natasha Panzera, Nicky White, Pierre Le Roux
  • 2nd from back Row: Bailey Davenport, Tyla Panzera, Jenna Loughor-Clarke, Samantha Varrie, Joelle Lamprecht, Kerri-Lee Hitge, Raquel Correia, Dieu-Dené van Jaarsveld, Shakira January, Grace Hudson, Nina Madden, Tatum Lomax
  • 3rd from back Row: Annette Greyling, Tahlula Elliot, Grace Brammer, Jozi Nupen, Quay Matyolo, Laura Gilardi, Gina Miller, Nicolle Cronje, Emma Tarr, Jordan Wedderburn, Dakota Tucker
  • 2nd from front Row: Megan Archibald, Madison Haworth, Jenna Penney, Kate Madden, Lily St Clair, Charlotte Crick, Bailey Heydra, Katherine du Plessis, Natasja Troskie, Franki Gush, Olivia Sim
  • Front Row: Zànne Smit (VC Water Polo), Rae Attridge (Captain Diving), Rebecca Wallis (VC Swimming), Jennifer Everett (Captain Water Polo), Leigh Hudson (Captain Swimming)

Swimming results from that National Aquatics Championships in Durban:

1st St Stithians Girls'College 450
2nd Our Lady of Fatima 407
3rd Oranje Meisiesskool 363
4th St Mary's Waverley 358
5th Eunice 259
6th Durban Girls' College 247
7th Clarendon 226
8th St Mary's Kloof 219
9th Pretoria HS 183
10th Durban Girls' High 136
St Stithians Girls’ College are the proud hosts for 2020!

Water polo results from the National Aquatics Tournament in Durban:

The water polo girls beat Clarendon in their final 11-6.

The overall results were:
8th Durban Girls' High 
7st St Mary's Kloof 
6th Pretoria GHS
5th St Anne’s
4th Durban Girls' College
3rd St Mary's Waverley 
2nd Clarendon GHS
St Stithians Girls’ College have won this for the 3rd year in a row after 3 years of silver medals before that.

Diving results from the National Aquatics Tournament in Durban:

St Stithians College divers won every age group to take the overall trophy too. Bailey Davenport won the open section, Bailey Heydra won the u16 section and Grace Brammer won the u14 section. Our team divers kept those amazing scores right up there to add all the trophies to the collection to bring home to St Stithians College.

  • 1st place – St Stithians Girls’ College – 156 points
  • 2nd place – St Mary’s Waverley – 151 points
  • 3rd place – St Andrew’s – 84 points


  • Top L-R: Taylor Smart, Rebekah Schutte, Georgina Parker, Kyra Jooste, Alexandra Dowdle
  • Middle Row: Sydney Thokoane , Tina Parsons, Holly Crews, Summer Tucker
  • Front Row: Ndivho Dzuguda , Rufaro Kawelenga, Carly Harrington

Our junior rowers excelled this weekend and obtained the following medal positions:

Tina Parsons & Holly Crews won silver in the A Double.
Rufaro Kawelenga, Kiera Jooste, Taylor Smart, Ally Parker, Sydney Thokoana, Indivho Dzuguda, Alex Dowdle, Carly Harrington and cox Rebecca Schutte won silver in the Oct.
Holly Crews won bronze in the A scull
Tina Parsons, Holly Crews, Rufaru Kawlenga, Alex Dowdle and cox Carly Harrington won silver in the A Quad.


  • Top Row L-R: Catherine McConnell, Brigitte Kappler, Amelia Raath, Phoebe Coetzee
  • Middle Row: Malaika Sibanda, Electra Teichmann, Grace Leech, Katie Gouws
  • Bottom Row: Zoe Mpofu, Jenna-Lee Markgraaff

Jenna Markgraaff won gold and Jemma Antoncich won bronze in the A Scull
Jenna Markgraaff and Brigitte Kappler won gold in the A Double
Jenna Markgraff, Brigitte Kappler, Jemma Antoncich, Grace Leech and cox Amelia Raath won gold in the A Quad.

Grace Leech, Jemma Antoncich, Malaika Sibanda, Catherine McConnell, Kelley Judelsohn, Katie Gouws, Electra Teichmann, Zoe Mpofu and cox Amelia Raath won gold in the A