STEFAN GEORGE DELPORT (13), a learner of the Jordania Primary School in Bethlehem, has been chosen as the SuperSport Let’s Play Sports Star of the Month for Express Eastern Free State for June.Stefan, also known as SG, is a member of the u.15 Free State golf team and started the year on a fantastic note by receiving third place in the u.15 age group at the Schoeman Park Golf Open held in Bloemfontein. He also came third in the Junior Open in Ficksburg and the Glacier Open held in Bloemfontein. In May, he was crowned the winner of the Free State Open held in Bethlehem for the u.15 age group.SG has performed very well in the last three months. He came fifth in the u.15 provincial challenge in Worcester in June. The Free State team came third out of nine provinces, with teams of six participating. He also won the Free state u.15 Junior Open Tournament in Bethlehem, as well the Junior Open in Clarens and the Oppenheimer Park Junior Open. He came second in the South African Kids Randpark stet Tournament in Johannesburg in June.SG also plays for Jordania Primary’s u.13A cricket and rugby teams. He represented the Eastern Free State u.13 cricket team. His motto is: “Keep working, practice makes perfect.” Send your SuperSport Let’s Play Sports Star of the Month nomination for learners between the ages of six and 18 today (nominations received before the 20th of each month will be included in that month’s selection). You can email your nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 086-552-4922. For more information, call Lynne Landman or Juanré Viviers at Z PR on 051-522-9574.Initiative going strongSuperSport had identified that there were huge issues severely inhibiting the development of children through skills learned by playing, physical education and sport – all of which are imperative to the holistic development of young people.It was from this insight that Let’s Play was born in November 2005, with the aim of elevating awareness of our social situation and to introduce and encourage play, activity and sport in schools.