Jordan Johnson won the 400m hurdles
Athletics at Jeppe continues to improve. The A team closed the gap on KES at the interhigh and the B team came second there.
There were a number of athletes who won their events throughout the season, including quite a few who got first places at the A and B interhighs.
Pride of place goes to Nthuthuko Ndimande who broke the interhigh records in both the under-17 800m and 1500m. He was one of five athletes who won two events on the day. Jordan Johnson won the under-19 110m and the 400m hurdles; Lesdi Moloto won the under-15 long and triple jump and Kananelo Moshe won the under-14 100m hurdles and long jump at the A interhigh.
David Moketsi won the under-14 100m and 100m hurdles at the B interhigh.
The full list of interhigh winners is:
L Moloto under-15 long jump and triple jump
K Moshe under-14 100m hurdles and long jump
J Johnson under-19 110m hurdles and 400m hurdles
G Zeid under-16 triple jump
N Ndimande under-17 800m and 1500m
L Jambane under-17 shotput
M Westhof under-16 high jump
D Moketsi under-14 100m hurdles and 100m
K Farnham under-16 800m
E Melaphi under-14 800m
D Lebakeng under1-14 long jump
A Gillespie under-19 200m
H Lang under-15 high jump
K Zowitsky under-19 shotput
A Parsons under-15 800m