Fatima had a clear run to the regional final, where they met Danville Park Girls’ High School after winning their group and remaining unbeaten.
This hotly contested regional will be hosted for the first time by Crawford College North Coast on their astroturf in the picturesque setting on their school grounds in Tongaat.
Mokgakane who only got to play two games (a warm-up game and a pool game) at the tournament said the experience was invaluable.
The Our Lady of Fatima teacher has set her sights on making this year’s SA squad for the Fast5 tournament as well as next year’s Netball World Cup.
The Northwood School learner was included in the squad of 15 which will contend in the 12th edition of the ICC under-19 World Cup in New Zealand early next year.
Northglen News recently caught up with some of the players to speak about their monumental season.
The local trio have had a stellar year in touch rugby winning bronze for the KwaZulu-Natal U17A team at the inter-provincial champs held in the Bluff.
The win now means she qualifies to go to an international tournament of her choosing.
Cole Pretorius will be travelling with the team to Tennessee and Arizona where they will take on some of the biggest names in college baseball.
The school paid tribute to coach, Dean Sibson, who guided the boys to victory.
The first match saw a future U16 Northwood team take on an older and more experienced Loughborough second XI.