Seven Sundowns Sports Club dedicated to youth development

2018-01-24 06:01
< Pictured here is Former Tomorrow Stars FC player and head coach Mthunzi Mrwebi with the Seven Sundowns Sports Club u/13 soccer team.Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

< Pictured here is Former Tomorrow Stars FC player and head coach Mthunzi Mrwebi with the Seven Sundowns Sports Club u/13 soccer team.Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

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MTHUNZI Mrwebi has taken it upon himself to promote youth sport development in the Motherwell NU 7 Township with the aim of fighting crime.

Mrwebi, who was a star player of Tomorrow Stars FC, which is based in Motherwell NU 9 Township, joined hands with members of the community to form a multi­coded sports structure.

Today, their Seven Sundowns Sports Club boasts six football teams, four netball teams, a basketball team, a chess team and a swimming team.

Mrwebi, together with Thamsanqa Khame, are the soccer coaches. Mrwebi said, “I am happy that the youth are passionate about sport.

“We need more players, especially the players from the ages eight to 18 years, in all sports codes that we have.

“We want our area of Motherwell NU 7 to be a crime-free area. This can be possible if all the members of the community can join hands with us. We appeal especially to parents to come on board.

“Our u/13 soccer team defeated Highland Spurs 6-1, while our u/15 team went down to Highland Spurs on Sunday.

“We are not mainly concerned with quick results, but our aim is to keep the youth off the streets.”

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