Table tennis training held

2017-04-14 06:00
Photo:suppliedYoungsters, community members and Noyolo Table Tennis Academy facilitators at the training session.

Photo:suppliedYoungsters, community members and Noyolo Table Tennis Academy facilitators at the training session.

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NOYOLO Table Tennis Academy hosted a training session for coaches and players at the Bongweni Youth Centre last Saturday.

Kokstad table tennis coaches Andile Mabusela, Thabang Maphela and Mduduzi Faku attended the training session and were happy to learn additional skills.

Jean Nyembezi, chairperson of the coaches’ commission in the Harry Gwala District, said local teams will participate in the upcoming South African Local Government Association games and the training will add to their knowledge of table tennis.

“Table tennis is one of our strongest sport codes in Harry Gwala District and we need many young people to play,” said Nyembezi.

She said that 27 coaches from the Free State, Gauteng, Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal attended a recent five-day session at Mount Currie Senior Secondary School.

“Harry Gwala District is progressing well in training coaches, with the vision of promoting sport. We also want local coaches to coach national and international teams,” said Nyembezi.

 

NOYOLO Table Tennis Academy hosted a training session for coaches and players at the Bongweni Youth Centre last Saturday.
Kokstad table tennis coaches Andile Mabusela, Thabang Maphela and Mduduzi Faku attended and were happy to learn additional skills.

Jean Nyembezi, chairperson of Coaches Commission in Harry Gwala said local teams will participate in the upcoming South African Local Government Association games and the training will add to their table-tennis knowledge.

“Table tennis is one of our strongest sport codes in Harry Gwala and we need many young people to play,” said Nyembezi. She said 27 coaches from the Free State, Gauteng, Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal attended the five-day session at Mount

Currie

Senior

Secondary.

“Harry Gwala is progressing well in training coaches with the vision of promoting sport. We also want local coaches to coach national and international teams,” said Nyembezi.

 

 

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