Dr Lemmer champs in table tennis

Dr Lemmer champs in table tennis

THE table-tennis players of Dr Lemmer High School were recently crowned the champions of the First National Bank (FNB) inter-school competition held at Swakopmund.

Ten teams of three players each from schools in Swakopmund, Rehoboth, Mariental and Walvis Bay participated in the competition. Dr Lemmer High School took top honours and was represented by Elzeeno Farmer, Gianni Jansen and Kyle Clark.The runners-up were Declive Gauchab, Marchello Britz and Wilneumann Amakali of Namib High School in Swakopmund.The team of Westside High School A, also from Swakopmund, had to settle for third place, with Lukonga Apuleni, Jacobus Ennsle and Edgar Cloete representing that school.According to the organiser, the competition was characterised by great enthusiasm and sportsmanship and it demonstrated that the sport is becoming more popular in schools.First National Bank has been sponsoring the event since 1998.The schools that took part were Reho Club, Mariental High School, Herman Gmeiner Technical School A and B teams from Swakopmund and the Kuisebmund Secondary School A and B teams from Walvis Bay.The next schools’ team competition will be held in Windhoek in March next year.Dr Lemmer High School took top honours and was represented by Elzeeno Farmer, Gianni Jansen and Kyle Clark.The runners-up were Declive Gauchab, Marchello Britz and Wilneumann Amakali of Namib High School in Swakopmund.The team of Westside High School A, also from Swakopmund, had to settle for third place, with Lukonga Apuleni, Jacobus Ennsle and Edgar Cloete representing that school.According to the organiser, the competition was characterised by great enthusiasm and sportsmanship and it demonstrated that the sport is becoming more popular in schools.First National Bank has been sponsoring the event since 1998.The schools that took part were Reho Club, Mariental High School, Herman Gmeiner Technical School A and B teams from Swakopmund and the Kuisebmund Secondary School A and B teams from Walvis Bay.The next schools’ team competition will be held in Windhoek in March next year.

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