The event was well supported as 18 teams converged on the ground to stand a chance of winning the coveted prizes.
The academy is run by CSA accredited coaches Naren Moodley and Gayathree Bhoola, and currently focuses on preparing young cricketers for successful performance at school league and provincial levels.
There were eight schools participating and they each played 4 matches. The Junior soccer team lost two matches and drew two.
Our vision is to see restoration, revival and hope in disabled communities.
It is estimated that the cost per team member will be approximately R50 000 and like most SA National teams, this will be fully funded by the competitors.
The thrilling elimination based contest is set to bring out the best from a talented group of riders who will battle it out on the 11km-long track at Henderson’s Farm in Umzumbe.
Scottburgh FC outshone Young Stars, with a massive score of 6/0
Interested players / teams are encouraged to register 30 minutes prior to the start of the trials.
There are more matches planned against another touring team from India, touring Prestige College team from Gauteng as well as the Chatsworth and Resevoir Hills Hubs. Players not part of the current squad are still welcome to join.
Congratulations to all the students who did their best in the tournament
Eight teams competed in the tournament with Bacca United (Mill finishing section) and MDI doing battle in the finals and finishing with a goalless draw.