Let your kid’s star shine

2017-08-01 06:01

People’s Post, with SuperSport Let’s Play and Spec-Savers, are searching for the best young sport stars across the Cape peninsula.

If you are between 12 and 18 years old and an ace on the sports field, then you have to enter the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Month competition.

You can nominate yourself or be nominated by a parent, friend, teacher, ­lecturer or coach at your school or place of education.

Eduard Rosentrauch, spokesperson of SuperSport Western Cape, says the initiative is aimed at giving recognition to learners who excel in sport.

“Play, physical education and sport are foundations of the holistic development of children and an initiative of this nature contributes to a healthier community and encourages sports activity,” says Rosentrauch.

Coaches, teachers or parents (anyone, in fact) can nominate their most talented sport star, detailing why he or she deserves to be recognised. Each monthly winner will receive an entry-level pair of sunglasses from Spec-Savers.

Each monthly winner will also be entered in the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Year competition to be announced at the end of the year.

Start encouraging your learners by nominating them by email to earl.haupt@­peoplespost.co.za.

You need to mention the achievements of the nominee in detail. The email should be shorter than 300 words. Include pictures.

People’s Post, with SuperSport Let’s Play and Spec-Savers, are searching for the best young sport stars across the Cape peninsula.

If you are between 12 and 18 years old and an ace on the sports field, then you have to enter the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Month competition.

Eduard Rosentrauch, spokesperson of SuperSport Western Cape, says the initiative is aimed at giving recognition to learners who excel in sport. “Play, physical education and sport are foundations of the holistic development of children and an initiative of this nature contributes to a healthier community and encourages sports ­activity.”

All sporting codes will be ­considered.

Coaches, teachers or parents can nominate their most talented sport star, detailing why he or she deserves to be recognised.

Each monthly winner will receive an entry-level pair of sunglasses from Spec-Savers as well as a goodie bag from Let’s Play.

Each monthly winner will also be entered in the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sports Star of the Year competition to be announced at the end of the year. Luke Moir from Lakeside was crowned the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Year last year.

He is already a national champion in his age group (u.12 and u.14) for the last three years and represented South Africa internationally at age-group level.

Start encouraging your learners by nominating them by email to earl.haupt@­peoplespost.co.za.

Clearly write the subject as Sports Star.

You need to mention the achievements of the nominee in detail.

The email should be no longer than 300 words in length.

The email should also include ­pictures.

The decision of the judges is ­final.

People’s Post, with SuperSport Let’s Play and Spec-Savers, are searching for the best young sport stars across the Cape peninsula.

If you are between 12 and 18 years old and an ace on the sports field, then you have to enter the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Month competition.

Eduard Rosentrauch, spokesperson of SuperSport Western Cape, says the initiative is aimed at giving recognition to learners who excel in sport. “Play, physical education and sport are foundations of the holistic development of children and an initiative of this nature contributes to a healthier community and encourages sports activity.”

All sporting codes will be ­considered.

Coaches, teachers or parents can nominate their most talented sport star, detailing why he or she deserves to be recognised. Each monthly winner will receive an entry-level pair of sunglasses from Spec-Savers.

Each monthly winner will also be entered in the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sports Star of the Year competition to be announced at the end of the year. Luke Moir from Lakeside was crowned the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Year last year.

Start encouraging your learners by nominating them by email to earl.haupt@­peoplespost.co.za. Clearly write the subject as Sports Star. You need to mention the achievements of the nominee in detail. The email should be shorter than 300 words. Include pictures.

The decision of the judges is ­final.

People’s Post, with SuperSport Let’s Play and Spec-Savers, are searching for the best young sport stars across the Cape peninsula.

If you are between 12 and 18 years old and an ace on the sports field, then you have to enter the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Month competition.

Eduard Rosentrauch, spokesperson of SuperSport Western Cape, says the initiative is aimed at giving recognition to learners who excel in sport. “Play, physical education and sport are foundations of the holistic development of children and an initiative of this nature contributes to a healthier community and encourages sports activity.”

All sporting codes will be ­considered.

Coaches, teachers or parents can nominate their most talented sport star, detailing why he or she deserves to be recognised. Each monthly winner will receive an entry-level pair of sunglasses from Spec-Savers.

Each monthly winner will also be entered in the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sports Star of the Year competition to be announced at the end of the year. Luke Moir from Lakeside was crowned the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Year last year.

Start encouraging your learners by nominating them by email to earl.haupt@­peoplespost.co.za. Clearly write the subject as Sports Star. You need to mention the achievements of the nominee in detail.

The email should be shorter than 300 words.

Include pictures.

The decision of the judges is ­final.

People’s Post, with SuperSport Let’s Play and Spec-Savers, are searching for the best young sport stars across the Cape peninsula.

If you are between 12 and 18 years old and an ace on the sports field, then you have to enter the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Month competition.

Eduard Rosentrauch, spokesperson of SuperSport Western Cape, says the initiative is aimed at giving recognition to learners who excel in sport. “Play, physical education and sport are foundations of the holistic development of children and an initiative of this nature contributes to a healthier community and encourages sports ­activity.”

All sporting codes will be ­considered.

Coaches, teachers or parents can nominate their most talented sport star, detailing why he or she deserves to be recognised.

Each monthly winner will receive an entry-level pair of sunglasses from Spec-Savers as well as a goodie bag from Let’s Play.

Each monthly winner will also be entered in the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sports Star of the Year competition to be announced at the end of the year.

Luke Moir from Lakeside was crowned the People’s Post/ Let’s Play Sport Star of the Year last year.

Start encouraging your learners by nominating them by email to earl.haupt@­peoplespost.co.za.

Clearly write the subject as Sports Star.

You need to mention the achievements of the nominee in detail.

The email should be no longer than 300 words in length.

The email should also include ­pictures.

The decision of the judges is ­final.

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