Learner shows natural talent

2017-04-26 06:01
Alicia Brandt (13), a Gr. 7 learner of the Eureka Primary School in Kimberley.Photo: Supplied

Alicia Brandt (13), a Gr. 7 learner of the Eureka Primary School in Kimberley.Photo: Supplied

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Alicia Brandt (13), a Gr. 7 learner of the Eureka Primary School in Kimberley, has been chosen as the April winner of Express Northern Cape Let’s Play Sports Star of the Month for her excellent achievements in athletics, hockey, netball and tennis.

Alicia has been playing netball and hockey for her school since Gr. 2. She has a variety of achievements, some of which include athletics on school level, hockey A team and Northern Cape provincial team, netball A team and tennis on school level. She was also voted as her school’s best hockey player for 2016.

From 2011 to 2013, she also took part on national level with the Northern Cape Rhythmical Gymnastics team. In 2013 she was awarded Northern Cape ho­nours, as well as the overall best in level for her club.

Over and above this, Alicia participates in weekly Park Runs, of which she already improved her personal best time over the 5 km running distance, actively participating in school athletics, CANSA walks and relays.

Alicia’s motto is: “Be the best you can be; practice to perfect.”

Send your SuperSport Let’s Play Sport Star of the Month nomination for school learners between the ages of six and 18 today (nominations received before the 20th of each month will be included in that month’s selection).

You can email your nomination to supersport@zpr.co.za or fax it to 086-552-4922.

More on the Let’s Play initiative

SuperSport over time has evolved as the quintessential sports authority. With such strong sporting influence within the South African market, SuperSport has been perfectly poised to harness this power and rally the public and corporates to truly make a difference in society.

SuperSport identified that there were huge issues severely inhibiting the development of children through skills learned by playing, physical education and sport, all of which are imperative to the holistic development of young people.

It was from this insight that Let’s Play was born in November 2005 with the aim of elevating awareness of our social situation and to introduce and encourage play, activity and sport in schools.

For more information, please contact Lynne at Z PR on 051-522-9574.

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