SA hockey star motivates pupils at 2019 Sports Awards Ceremony

2019-10-16 06:00
Grace College was honoured to have Natalie Esteves, the captain of the U21 Junior World Cup team that went to Chile in 2016, as the guest speaker at its 2019 Sports Awards Ceremony. Esteves challenged pupils to cultivate good habits and work hard towards achieving their personal goals. She spoke of her achievements and the strength, focus and determination it has taken her to achieve what she has done in her hockey career. Esteves is pictured above (left) presenting the Most Improved Soccer Trophy to Yandisa Matthews, who is seen alongside Grace College Headmaster Vincent Luksich. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Grace College was honoured to have Natalie Esteves, the captain of the U21 Junior World Cup team that went to Chile in 2016, as the guest speaker at its 2019 Sports Awards Ceremony. Esteves challenged pupils to cultivate good habits and work hard towards achieving their personal goals. She spoke of her achievements and the strength, focus and determination it has taken her to achieve what she has done in her hockey career. Esteves is pictured above (left) presenting the Most Improved Soccer Trophy to Yandisa Matthews, who is seen alongside Grace College Headmaster Vincent Luksich. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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