City Vision rewards sport stars

2015-12-03 06:00
SuperSport gave aspiring sport stars certificates in Khayelitsha recently.

SuperSport gave aspiring sport stars certificates in Khayelitsha recently.

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Aspriring sport stars from Western Cape schools received certificates of excellency at the City Vision Siyadlala Sports Star of the Year Awards held at Lookout Hill in Khayelitsha recently.

Popular kasi cyclist Bonga Ngqobane was a guest speaker.

He urged the young people to take sport seriously and always strive to live a healthy lifestyle.

“If you don’t involve yourself in sport, it will be difficult for you to succeed in this world,” Bonga said.

He added that youngsters should always respect their parents.

SuperSport veteran commentator Jeremy Fredericks assured the youngsters that they will achieve great things in life if they choose to play sport.

“If you want to play for South Africa, be it soccer or rugby, you must lead a healthy lifestyle,” said Fredericks.

He urged young people to use the available infrastructure to their advantage.

“When I grew up, such resources were not available. You guys don’t have excuses, with all these resources at your disposal, you can go all the way to the top.”

Wanda Tshemese and Hlakanipha from Langa Rhythmic Salaagh won awards in the gymnastics categories.

Anda Funani from Philippi was named the Boxer of the Year and Vuyisile Tshaka and Mpho Ntesang bagged the Fast Heels awards.

Sinesihle Ngxabazi and Xola Karelse won the karate and hockey categories. Skhanyiso Mtshwepe was named netball’s most dependable player and Amahle Qhala scooped the soccer award.

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