Who will grab the top award?

2015-10-08 06:00

Skhanyiso Mtshwepe is our September winner,

Skhanyiso Mtshwepe is our September winner,

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The City Vision/Let’s Play Siyadlala Sports Star of Year awards are three weeks away and the judges are having a hard time in doing their job.

An excited City Vision editor Voox Sonandzi said the awards will be made on October 30 at the Look Out Hill in Khayelitsha and he expects “fire works when selections are made”.

“It’s been a tough year for us. All the nominees are worthy winners by the mere fact they all represented the province in their respective codes,” he said.

Sonandzi announced that September winner Skhanyiso Mtshwepe of Manzomthombo High School, she plays for the under-14 provincial netball team as well.

“It’s nice when children are recognised for their talents,” he sai.

Super Sport Western Cape media liaison officer Eduard Rosentrauch said the initiative is aimed to give recognition to learners who excel in sport.

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

All sporting codes were considered. Coaches or teachers have to simply nominate their best talent and write us a few lines detailing why he or she deserves to be the “bosso”.

Each monthly winner will receive a gift package worth R500, a certificate and will be automatically entered in the City Vision Let’s Play Siyadlala Sports Awards of the year to be held later on October 30.

There are only slots remaining to be filled now, October and November. It’s up to you now.

Start encouraging your children by nominating them by email or fax.

Email your nominations to cityvision@wpnewspapers.co.za, clearly mark the subject as Sports Star or send a clearly written fax to 021 910 6501/0866 721 2659.

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