Warrior rugby players awarded

2016-10-27 06:00
PHOTO: facebook Riversmead South Coast Warriors chairman Manie Cloete (left) with award-winning player, Simphiwe Zulu.

PHOTO: facebook Riversmead South Coast Warriors chairman Manie Cloete (left) with award-winning player, Simphiwe Zulu.

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SOUTH Coast ruby club, Riversmead South Coast Warriors, held its annual prize giving at Douglas Mitchell sport grounds on Friday evening.

Simphiwe Zulu took the most developed player in the second team award.

“I really feel happy about my award. I received a trophy, which is an accomplishment for me.”

Zulu has been playing for the team for over 12 years and said he feels the new year will bring him more good news. He also thanked everyone who nominated him for the award, and the team for their support.

“I would also like to thank my coaches and our sponsors, not forgetting Southern KZN Rugby Club and my family.”

Other players who walked away with awards included first-team player Chris Sharpe, who earned the most developed player in the first team award. Carl Nolte got the most valuable player in the second team award, and Juan van den Berg got the most valuable player in the first team award.

Jurie Geldenhuis (second team) and Tienie Viljoen (first team) took the awards for scoring the most points.

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