Richard Hlela speaks at Wembley College

2018-06-20 06:02
Richard Hlela.

Richard Hlela.

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RICHARD Hlela was born and schooled in Pietermaritzburg. He started playing development cricket in 1992, in the township.

Through his determination and cricketing talent, he was selected to play for many Natal school teams.

Hlela has coached at Scottsville Primary School and Howick High School.

He uplifted the level of cricket at both schools.

While coaching at school level, he also played and coached for many cricket teams including African Warriors, Masibemunye, Zingari and Natal University.

Hlela has been involved at all levels of cricket in South Africa and he believes it is crucial to set up support systems between HUB (township programme), RPC (Regional Programme Centre) and the blueprint coaching methods at school level.

Richard now coaches the women’s KZN Inland U19 team and the KZN Inland senior women. He would one day like to coach the South African national women’s team and win the World Cup.

Wembley is privileged to have Richard Hlela coming to talk to our students, on June 22.

He is promoting the future of women’s cricket in South Africa.

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