Wembley first team hockey bags

2018-05-23 06:01
Some of the Wembley first team hockey players proudly display their new hockey bags.

Some of the Wembley first team hockey players proudly display their new hockey bags.

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LAST week, all the boys in the Wembley first hockey team received sponsored hockey bags.

These bags were organised by their captain Michael Chizzari.

Chizzari approached five companies to sponsor the bags: Umvoti Fuel & Oil, 4B Forestry, Aheers Build & Save, Moo2U, and Vryheid Petroleum.

The generous donations from the companies went to buying each boy in the team a Gray’s hockey bag.

The boys proudly displayed their new bags at the Felixton versus Wembley inter-school, Clash of the Leopard tournament held in Richard’s Bay.

Chizzari said: “I am very proud to be in the first team and I wanted to show my appreciation for the hard work shown by my team.”


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