Cedarville hosts ‘sport against crime’ initiative

2017-06-30 06:00

SIPHELELE NKETO

siphelele@media24.com

OVER 100 runners from Cedarville and surrounds are preparing for the 10km race from Matatiele to the Cedarville sports ground on Sunday at a “sport against crime” initiative.

The campaign is organised by Ced-Matat Athletic Club, the Department of Sport, the Department of Art, Recreation and Culture, Department of Safety and Liaison and Matatiele Local Municipality to expose people to sport.

Organiser Teboho Mohoto said there will be many activities for young people as part of celebrating Youth Month in Cedarville this weekend.

On Saturday and Sunday, netball and soccer games will be played and winners will receive awards.

“Young people are into drugs and alcohol because they do nothing,” said Mohoto.

There will be 10km, five kilometre and 1,5km races.

The winner of the 10km race will get R3 000, second place, R1 500, third place, R1 000, fourth place R500 and the fifth place, R300.

Runners of all ages, including senior citizens, will take part.

OVER 100 runners from Cedarville and surrounds are preparing for the 10km race from Matatiele to the Cedarville sports ground on Sunday at a “sport against crime” initiative.

The campaign is organised by Ced-Matat Athletic Club, the Department of Sport, the Department of Art, Recreation and Culture, Department of Safety and Liaison and Matatiele

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to expose people to sport.
Organiser Teboho Mohoto said there will be many activities for young people as part of celebrating Youth Month in Cedarville this weekend.

On Saturday and Sunday, netball and soccer games will be played and winners will receive awards.
“Young people are doing drugs and alcohol because they are doing nothing,” said Mohoto.

There will be 10km, five kilometre and 1,5km races.
The winner of the 10km race will get R3 000, second place, R1 500, third place, R1 000, fourth place R500 and the fifth place, R300.

Runners from all ages, including senior citizens, will take part.

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