New director of playing affairs attends capping ceremony

2009-11-17 00:00

THE KwaZulu-Natal Inland capping ceremony on Friday was addressed by the newly appointed Director of Playing Affairs A. H. Haffajee, who gave some sage advice to the players on the wonderful opportunity that they have in playing at one of the cricket National Weeks.

His advice to them was to play their best and to remember the good sportsmanship that they have been taught.

President of KwaZulu-Natal Inland Yunus Bhamjee mentioned some of the players who have been successful from schools in the area and told them that if they are dedicated they can follow in the footsteps of players such as Jonty Rhodes and more recently David Miller.

Each player from the five teams went up to receive their caps from Haffajee before meeting with their managers and coaches who gave them the arrangements for practice sessions, practice matches and travelling arrangements to the various venues of the National Weeks.

The U13 Week is in Cape Town, the U15 is in Pretoria, the U17 is in Grahamstown and the U19 Khaya Majola Week is in Benoni.

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