District soccer trials get under way

2019-01-16 06:00

THE Midlands District Academy of Sports (MDAS) will be hosting soccer trials for all players interested in joining the academy.

“This opportunity is only for players who are currently residing in the uMgungundlovu region which is constituted by the following municipalities: uMshwathi, uMngeni, Mpofana, Impendle, Msunduzi, Mkhambathi and Richmond municipality,” said Ashley Ullbricht.

The academy will hold trials for the following divisions:

• Under 11 (2009 and 2008)

• Under 13 (2007 and 2006)

• Under 15 (2005 and 2004)

• Under17 (2003 and 2002)

• Under 19 (2000 and 2001)

The trials are set to take place on January 19 at the Wanderers Sports Facility, next to the DUT Riverside campus in Scottsville, and registration will take place from 8 am to 9 am.

“All players must provide their own refreshments, transport, and training kits,” said Ullbricht. For more information please contact Vincent Myeni at 071 212 5464 or Ashley Ullbricht at 074 644 2401.


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