THE boys and girls showcased their football skills at the Energade five-a-side soccer tournament, hosted on Sunday, September 2 at Kloof High School. This fast-paced soccer event took place from 8.30am with 97 teams participating and going head-to-head vying for first place in each of the age categories. Schools that participated included schools from the greater Durban areas as well as from many parts of KZN, Port Shepstone, Eshowe High and even as far inland as Thomas More College. The day kicked off at 8.30am and featured back to back games which were live streamed on KloofTV. Wade Du Plessis, an ex Bafana Bafana keeper and now the head coach at the Sharks Football Academy, awarded the winning teams their prizes after saying a few words about the importance of sports and having patience with yourself in order to achieve your goals. The results were as follows.In the girls division, U14 First — Thomas More College, Second — Durban Girls College; U15 First — Hillcrest High School, Second —Crawford La Lucia; U16 First — Pinetown Girls High School, Second — Hillcrest High School; U19 First — Crawford La Lucia, Second —Thomas More College. In the boys division, U14 First — Glenwood, Second — Port Shepstone; U15 First — Glenwood High School, Second — Pinetown High School; U16 First — Kloof High School, Second — Glenwood High School; U19 First — Eshowe High School, Second —Pinetown High School. A huge congratulations to Buhle Ndunakazi, from Eshowe High School, who was selected as the player of the age group in the U19 category and who received a 50% scholarship to the Sharks Football Academy.