Caroline and her teammates are focusing on two upcoming inter-provincial tournaments.
Matches take place every Friday until the final on 2 March.
The taunts on the field fell on deaf ears and Jayden proved he has immense powers of concentration.
The competition gets off to a sizzling start with defending champions, Kingsway up against old foe Amanzimtoti High School at 5pm.
A fundraiser potjie kos competition will be held Reece at Cammy’s in Warner Beach on 3 March.
The cost is R50 per person and children under the age of two-years are allowed in for free.
Pearson Pillay was next best at Kingsway with a 91.75% aggregate and eight distinctions from nine subjects.
This will allow pupils a competitive edge with practical facilities and specialist expertise on site.
The project rewards schools for going the extra mile to clean-up and beautify their properties.
“I was scared because I’m quite terrified of black mambas, but I’m able to handle the skin,” – Dominic Meredith.
Kingsway will boast an upgraded medical supply centre for educators, pupils and professionals to do their first aid courses.