Young sports stars were feted an honoured at a function held at Malibongwe Restuarant at the Look Out Hill in first week of December.Sibulele Jack (13) from Langa was voted City Vision/ Siyadlala Sports Star of Year.Jack is a Thornthon Primary Grade 8 learner, and Project Playground (PPG) attacking wing and is prolific in front of the goalposts. Jack was recently part of the PPG team that toured China and played in a international Gothia Cup where he sprayed five goals past different goalkeepers. “The team lost in the final largely due to the influence of the man in the middle,” his coach alleged. Coach Zamile Barnes describes Jack as the future of the club. He is currently the top goal scorer in his team.Other nominees were Ntombizodwa Mntuyedwa (Netball), Viwe Mbata (Hockey), Unathi Sikunana (Athletics), Ncebakazi Mgodeli, (Cycling), Chulumanco Hoyi (Karate), Sakhile Fulani, (Soccer), Sivuyise Tshaka and Entle Ntsuntswana (both Soccer).. If you are between 12 and 18 years old and an ace on the sports field, then you have to enter the 2017 City Vision /Let’s Play Sport Star of the Month competition.Entries are now open.Eduard Rosentrauch, spokesperson of SuperSport Western Cape, says the initiative is aimed at giving 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,” says Rosentrauch.All sporting codes will be considered.Start encouraging your learners by nominating them by email to firstname.lastname@example.orgClearly write the subject as Sports Star. You need to mention the achievements of the nominee in detail and the email should be shorter than 300 words. You can also include pictures. The decision of the judges is final.Coaches, teachers or parents (anyone, in fact) can nominate their most talented sport star and write us a few lines detailing why he or she deserves to be recognised.