The staff and faculty of DHS take this opportunity to congratulate them on this impressive achievement.
All pupils enjoyed the fun-filled and exciting day.
The three pupils, Lindani Maphisa, who represented under 16, Asanda Kunene and Mark Gaines, who represented under 18 excelled in their various events.
Ramchander also represents the school in the PADSSA, Highway Open group team and represents KZN in various age groups.
He has been playing squash for more than 20 years and during that time, had not participated in any international event before taking the plunge this year and applying to participate in a tournament of this prestige.
The staff and management of the educational facility extended their heartiest congratulations to the lads and wished them well.
Beru will depart with his coach on Saturday, October 8, and return on Wednesday, November 2 and
The players are SaneleNohamba, Phendulani Buthelezi, Sean Barnes and Cham Zondeki.
BBF spent time with the DHS team understanding the challenges that the school faces and compiled a proposal that would assist them in creating a sustainable model for their fund-raising initiatives.
School pupils in Clare Estate and Reservoir Hills participated in this championships.
With a nerve wrecking start to the finals, DHS were a set down and the boys had to search deep within themselves to find the determination and skill to turn the tables, which they did to emerge victors and thus retain their title.