Friday, 14 July 2017

How are High School National Federation Colours awarded?

Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) awards Regional, Provincial, and National Federation Colours on the following levels:

  • Senior
  • University
  • High School, and
  • Primary School.
This article deals with how learners may earn High School National Federation Colours.

For a learner to earn High School National Federation Colours, the learner has to:

  • Be a scholar at any school in South Africa, and
  • Be a citizen of South Africa, and
  • Have won all his/her games at MSSA's S A National School Championships, and/or
  • Have won all his/her games at MSSA's S A National Championships, or
  • Have been selected to represent South  Africa by MSSA.
MSSA's S A National High School Championships to be held at Oakhill College, Knysna, on 29 & 30 July 2017 thus gives scholars an unique opportunity to excel in the following games:

Board games titles to be played at 2017 School National Championships

Esports titles to be played at 2017 School LAN National Championships

SaturdayStarCraft IILeague of LegendsHearthStoneTekken 7
SundayCounterStrike: GOFIFA '17DotA 2VainGlory

Wargames to be played at 2016 School National Championships

SaturdayAncients - DBM 3.2
SundayAncients - DBM 3.2

Winners from MSSA's 2016 S A School Championships were:
TitleName of player/teamClubColours awarded
CounterStrike: GORhyn Muller, Ruan Geldenhuys, Dylan Turner, Michael Groenewald, Dillon JustusDF MalanNational Schools
DotA 2Dylan Van Heerden, Emile Tredoux, Adam Knoesen, Jackie Dillay, Devon Crowther, Tristan OertelParklands CollegeNational Schools
HearthStoneJonathan HuParklands CollegeNational Schools

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