Saturday 13 June 2020

Oakhill School, from Knysna, dominates the South African High School Online National Championships.

Diana Barnard, centre front, surrounded by Oakhill School's DotA 2 team, which has yet to be beaten in 2020.
On a chilly Saturday, 13 June 2020, Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) held its South African High School Online National Championships and had schools from six of the nine provinces.

The star of the show was Oakhill School that dominated the championships. Out of the eight game titles played, Oakhill School won four of the game titles (Clash Royale, Counter-Strike: GO, DotA 2, and FIFA '20).

Out of the 22 awards of High School National Colours, Oakhill School's learners were the recipients of ten of such awards.

Oakhill School's esports teams are testament to the years of effort put in byb their Educator, Ms. Diana Barnard. Under Diana's astute leadership the school club has grown in both numbers of players and in terms of game titles played to make the school's esports teams more versatile and sustainable.

South African High School Online National Championships is a good way for schools to test their strength before the NWU MSSA 2020 Online Esport School League.

The winners of MSSA's South African High School Online National Championships are:

TitleName of player/teamClubColours awarded

Clash Royale
Sebastian CookOakhill School
Matthew PetersenOakhill School
Counter-Strike: GOTeam XOakhill SchoolHigh School National Colours
DotA 2Team TheoryOakhill SchoolHigh School National Colours

FIFA '20
Blake GovenderOakhill School
Jonas LorseOakhill School
HearthStone - High SchoolAiden VorsterKrugersdorp High SchoolHigh School National Colours
HearthStone - Primary SchoolKyle VorsterMonument PrimaryPrimary School National Colours
League of LegendsTeam GLCGrantleighHigh School National Colours
PaladinsVikingsHoêrskool ZwarkopsHigh School National Colours
Street Fighter VVictor StraussHoërskool KlerksdorpHigh School National Colours

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