KZN B pool team unbeaten

2017-05-18 06:00
Representing KZN at the SA pool championships (back, from left) Selvin Moodley, Buks Swanepoel, Dieter Heinen, (referee), Henry Moses, and (front, from left) Adina Swanepoel, (manager), Riaz Ebrahim, Samantha Govender (referee) and Roy Govender.     PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Representing KZN at the SA pool championships (back, from left) Selvin Moodley, Buks Swanepoel, Dieter Heinen, (referee), Henry Moses, and (front, from left) Adina Swanepoel, (manager), Riaz Ebrahim, Samantha Govender (referee) and Roy Govender. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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THE KZN pool team shone in the B division of this year’s SA Pool championships seniors and masters held at the Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre last week.

The event was concluded on Saturday with the unbeaten KZN team walking away with the Masters B division title and returning champ Henry Moses taking the province to the Masters semi-finals.

“He [Moses] used to be play a long time ago and then he left. This was his first year back for the championships and he has actually done very well,” said Pool Billiard South Africa’s PRO, Anya Roux.

The referees for the winning KZN team said they were proud that one of the titles would be staying at home.

“We won all 14 matches in our division and we couldn’t be prouder of our team,” said KZN referee Dieter Heinen.

Other provinces that excelled at the tournament were Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Eastern Cape and Western Province.

Faghrie Moosa, who was the only deaf player in the championship, said his presence there was motivation for other deaf players in the country to participate in the event.

“It is important to raise awareness for the disabled community so that they don’t doubt themselves and will enter any competition they wish to regardless of their disability,” said Moosa.

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