OFFERING A ROUNDED AND DESIRABLE EDUCATION TO BOYS

Small towns on main arterial routes are often known by name and by certain obvious characteristics. King William’s Town is such a town, but one of the characteristics which is not immediately obvious because of its situation off the main road, is Dale College.

A small detour from the main road will bring one into the vicinity of the campus. Read more......

 




Upcoming Events                                                


Dale vs Selborne- Away

Friday 22 April

Squash

14:00- 1sts- Selborne courts

Debating

14:30- Seniors and Juniors

Chess

14:30 at Library

Hockey

15:00- u14A

16:00- u16A

17:00- 2nds

18:15- 1sts

Saturday 23 April

Rugby

A-Field

09:00- u14A

10:00- u15A

11:15- u16A

12:30- 3rds

13:45- 2nds

15:00- 1sts

B-field

08:50- u15B

10:00- 5ths

11:10- 4ths

12:20- u16C

C-field

09:00- u14C

10:00- u16B

11:10- u15C

12:20- u14B

Hockey

09:00- u16B



           
News

Dale completes successful derby against Stirling High

This past weekend saw Dale go up against East London rivals Stirling High in both hockey and rugby. Both first teams took away wins in their respective matches.

On Friday the u16As kicked off the Derby weekend with an emphactic 3-0 win displaying an excellent brand of attacking hockey. This result was followed up with a 2-1 win by the 1st team.

The Saturday saw two hockey sides and most rugby teams take to the field. Dale dominated all u14 and u15 fixtures winning all games in the junior age groups. The u16B team worked hard for their win with the u16A going down to Stirling. All the Open sides registered convincing wins with the 1st team winning 60-12, 2nds winning 53-0 and 3rds winning 35-0. The first team match was a very exciting affair with Dale scoring tries at will. Dale's sheer pace and determination coupled with a strong pack of forwards and exciting backline went on to score several tries to win the game 60-12.

Well done boys! lets keep up the good work.
Dale praised following Kearsney Festival
The Dale 1st team rugby side were praised for their excellent behaviour and sportsmanship by Kearsney teacher. Mr Andre van Zyl sent this email to the school


''Dear Mr Eddy

 

I have been involved in the Kearsney Easter festival as a staff member for 9 years and I just want to say how impressed I was once again with the touring Dale party at the Kearsney Easter festival. Not only did they play a special brand of rugby, but their manners and bearing both on and off the field was commendable. The coaching staff are special men and you could see that the discipline and focus of the team stemmed from the great relationship between the boys and the staff. It is an absolute pleasure having teams of this calibre at this festival.

Have a good day.''

This email makes us as Dale College extremely proud! This is one of our main objectives at the school, to produce well mannered and disciplined gentlemen. Well done to the 1st team rugby players and all Coaches involved!.


Two Dale Boys earn Sharks Academy Bursaries!!!
Two Dalians namely Aphelele Fassi and Sibulele Mbana were awarded Sharks Academy bursaries following their Solid performances at the Kearsney Easter Festival.
Aphelele who plays fullback and Sibulele Mbana who plays centre stood out for the Dale side and caught the eyes of the selectors at the tournament. What an opportunity and what an achievement for these two young men. Well done!!!

Dale 1st Rugby side win 2 out of 3 at Kearsney Easter Festival.
The Dale 1st team rugby side recently partcicpated in the Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival from the 24-28 March 2016. The first game saw Dale pitted against Maritzburg College. Dale Took the lead win an early try and kept the lead for the rest of the game running out 25-16 victors.

 In their 2nd game Dale played against fellow Eastern Cape Framesby. Dale look menacing and hungry on attack and ended up with a comfortable 46-17 win. An excellent result to keep unbeaten record vs Framesby alive.

Dale went up against a powerhouse Glenwood side in their last game. Both sides were unbeaten up until that point. Glenwood used their size to their advantage and took away the win, winning 5-32.

All in all it was a very successful tour!! well done to Griffy and the boys!
Dale u16A hockey side go unbeaten at Woodridge Hockey Festival!!!!!
The Dale u16a hockey team coached by Mr Andrew Senekal attended the annual Woodridge co-ed Festival from the 23-25 of March in Port Elizabeth.

Dale went up against Somerset and ended up winning the game 2-1
Other Results include:
Dale 2-0 Stirling
Dale 1-0 Kingswood
Dale 2-0 Alex

Dale's last fixture saw them go up against hosts Woodridge. Dale won the nail-biting game 3-2 to finish the festival unbeaten winning all 5 games.

Well done to the team and to the coach Mr Senekal!!