Winners By Staff Reporter - February 20, 2019 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Meloney Branford, 9, from Table Views DX Dance School, won the 9-to-11 age category of the regional Talent Africa competition on Saturday February 2 with her jazz and lyrical dances. She will compete in the national competition in Port Elizabeth in April. Schools have shared pictures of their pupils in the various sporting codes. 1 of 9 Meloney Branford, 9, from Table Views DX Dance School, won the 9-to-11 age category of the regional Talent Africa competition on Saturday February 2 with her jazz and lyrical dances. She will compete in the national competition in Port Elizabeth in April. Curro Century City High School pupils Jarred Hendricks and Onye Benjamin achieved top points in their age categories at the inter-Curro athletics meeting in Paarl. Curro Century City High School under-15 cricket team beat Bosmansdam High school by 84 runs this past week. Sayishan Pillay took seven wickets and only conceded four runs. Pupils at the Curro Century City Interact Club collected books last year to help Blouberg Rotary start reading programmes in various schools. Here Zara Manuel reads one of the books to pupils from Vaatjie Primary School. CBC St Johns matrics spent quality time with their Grade 1 buddies at the Teddy Bears Picnic held on Thursday February 14. From left are Hannah Barrow, Carly Banks and Skylah Lekcharoensuk. Riccardo Furgione with his Grade 1 buddy Cole Laros. Four Ysterplaat Primary School athletes made the Table Bay Athletics team. They progress to the district championships, held at Parow track. From left are Ezras Dimandja, Nkole Ngandu, Leona Moumpessi, and Zvikomborero Chikwanha . Milnerton High Schools Culture Portfolio provided a serenading service on Valentines Day. Seen here is Keagan Roe presenting Claire Kokora with a gift from her Valentine. Tygerhof Primary School opened its media centre last week Wednesday. School principal Shaheeda Harris and Sandra Warne from the non-profit, SALT, did the ribbon-cutting ceremony. SALT, together with View Church Milnerton, donated a smart whiteboard to the school.