The assembly awarded athletes from athletics, diving, equestrian, first aid, hockey, netball and rowing.
The fair is a fund-raiser to support veterans in need and to repair and restore war graves and memorials.
In attendance were 900 competitors from eight different schools and they participated in the u-9 open age groups for netball and soccer.
On May 19, Oakfields College held a charity event in support of SA Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind. Also read: Rotary Club of Bedfordview donates to South African Guide-Dogs Association The event took place at Stoneridge Centre in Greenstone Hill from 12 noon to 3pm. Students from Oakfields College collected donations such as fleece blankets, bath…
Robbie also delved into the history of the Dynamite Museum and the background of explosives in the area since the 1850s.
“It was an awesome tournament. I was really happy with the number of teams that participated.”
“I am participating today to help my community. It always feels good to give back.”
“It was a lovely day; I think everyone enjoyed themselves.”
Organiser of the event, Edith Khuzwayo said the aim of the day was to celebrate love by bringing children together.
“This year I donated my hair, which I had grown for five years.”
The winner of the marathon was Rofhiwa Mathidi