This week’s tennis results again reinforces GLA’s current winning streak with the girls team's victory over Harvest Christian School.
Lizaan Kemp won her singles game 8-4; Demi Richmond won 8-2, together they beat their doubles opponents 8-2. Shanaé Roux and Megan Willis lost their first doubles match 3-8. But they regained strength in their final match, reaching 6-3 before their opponents forfeited the match, securing them the victory. The final score of the day was 10-2. Another victorious week for the girls after last week’s games against Woodridge rendering a final score of 12-0 altogether.
On Wednesday, 31 January, GLA's annual Colour Athletics took place. Although this was a fun-filled event, many records were shattered by some great athletes. Our student's participation both on and off the field were impeccable.
Here are a list of the records:
Discus u/17 Lanroe Rens 31.34m
Shotput u/17 Lanroe Rens 11.93m
Long jump u/17 Aidan Roach 5.84m
High jump u/15 Luan Freemantle 1.54m
1500m Gideon Williams 4:41.44
Heather Diogo’s outstanding academic achievement was celebrated by Global Leadership Academy.
In a special ceremony held at school, organisations, politicians and bussiness people from accros the country stepped in to help Heather further her studies.
Mrs Marietjie McFarlane (Headmaster of GLA) had in interview with Heather as she shared practical tips with the learners on what it took to get a 96.7%!
Charl du Plooy, Grade 11 student from Global Leadership Academy this weekend competed in the Namibian Cycling Championships. We are proud to annonce that Charl comfprtably won both the Individual Time Trial and Road Race.