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.
Each Sithokozile recipient sent a personal thank you card to each Maris Stella pupil.
The netball and soccer matches catered for the U11 and U13 divisions.
After the 1st XV rugby game, DHS hosted all guests at a sundowner cocktail function which was followed by the ‘Rocking through The Decades’ music concert at the DC Thompson School Hall.
Pupils participated in different sporting activities.
Pupils participated in the various sporting codes and enjoyed every minute of it.
The festival was enjoyed by all who attended.
Overall, Durban High School took the win in an intense final.
Following the gala, a special awards ceremony was held to honour Alan Burt, after whom the gala was named.
Cricket games were held at the Cato Manor Sports Grounds while Black-pool and rowing games took place at Inanda Special School in Sea Cow Lake on Tuesday.