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Zone VI Games (Day 2)

GARETH DUNCAN keeps track of all the South African athletes in action at the Zone VI Games in Lusaka, Zambia.

BASKETBALL:

Women’s U20: South Africa 91 Namibia 32

BOXING:

Men’s 49kg round robin: Bangile Nyangani beat Mozambique (on points)
Men’s 52kg round robin: Sikho Nqothole beat Namibia (on points)
Men’s 56kg round robin: Roland Malindi beat Malawi (on points)

FOOTBALL:

Men’s U17: South Africa 3 Botswana 2

NETBALL:

Women’s U20: South Africa 29 Malawi 29

SWIMMING:

Men’s 400m freestyle: Christopher Reid (gold) Calvyn Justus (silver)
Women’s 400m freestyle: Lindsay McLoed (gold), Nathania van Niekerk (silver)

Men’s 50m breaststroke: Jarred Crous (gold), Craig Emslie (silver)
Women’s 50m breaststroke: Kelly Gunnell (gold), Mu’Minah Connelly (5th)

Men’s 100m backstroke: Neil de Villiers (gold), Christopher Reid (silver)
Female’s 100m backstroke: Nathania van Niekerk (gold), Amy Peens (silver)

Men’s 50m butterfly: Reynard Wessels (gold), Clayton Jimmie (silver)
Women’s 50m butterfly: Kayla Ferreira (gold), Emma Chelius (silver)

Men’s 100m breaststroke: Jarred Crous (gold), Craig Emslie (silver)
Women’s 100m breaststroke: Kelly Gunnel (gold), Jessica Liss (silver)

Men’s 4x50m freestyle relay: Team South Africa (gold)
Women’s 4x50m freestyle relay: Team South Africa (gold)

TENNIS:

Women’s singles: Tyra Timm vs Lesotho (6-1, 6-2) – Qualifies for quarter-final
Women’s singles: Zanmarie Pienaar (bye) – Qualifies for quarter-final

Men’s singles: Frans Ledwaba (bye) – Qualifies for quarter-final
Men’s singles: Reinhardt Trollip vs Botswana (6-2, 6-1) – Qualifies for quarter-final

Women’s doubles: Tyra Timm/Zanmarie Pienaar (bye) – Qualifies for semi-finals
Men’s doubles: Frans Ledwaba/Reinhardt Trollip vs Botswana (6-0, 6-1) – Qualifies for semi-finals


One Comment

  1. Tom Groesser

    December 10, 2012 at 4:51 pm

    Hi there… Please keep us updated on the U20 mens basketball… My son Matthew is part of the team, but we haven’t heard from him yet!

    Go Team South Africa!

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