Aphiwe is Samora’ s hope

2015-11-19 06:00
A Aphiwe Mxabanisi

A Aphiwe Mxabanisi

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The 21-year-old Aphiwe Mxabanisi was awarded the Lead SA Youth Hero Award for September 2015.

Aphiwe has been playing cricket since 2006 for Samora Machell Cricket Club, he captained junior teams(U13,U15 and U17) of the club and has represented the first WP Township U12 in 2008 in Worcester, Western Province U19B in 2013 in Vereeniging, WP U19 invitation XI(2011) and Western Cape U18 Cricket Team at SA Games(2011) in Polokwane.

He is currently the captain of the men’s senior team at the Samora Machel.

At April 2015 he was made the Chief Executive of the club.

He creates plans and programs to improve the way the organisation runs and manages the delivery of the strategic plan, coordinates an operational plan and essentially manages the day-to-day running of the club. He also ensures that club statutory documents and other returns are administered and filed on time.

Aphiwe works together with founder of the Cricket club Lusindiso Malilwana to make sure the club is running smoothly so that the boys from Samora can have hope.

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