Draw for tournament takes place

2019-03-19 06:00
Shabbeer Handulay (Avandale), Junaid Losper (woodlands United), yaasien Petersen (morgenster United), Iqbal Kasker (tournament director) Front: Muzammil Gideon (Lentergeur fc), Moeneeb Bennet (sss academy) and Levi Pilot (Lentrgeur fc).PHOTO: Rashied Isaacs

Shabbeer Handulay (Avandale), Junaid Losper (woodlands United), yaasien Petersen (morgenster United), Iqbal Kasker (tournament director) Front: Muzammil Gideon (Lentergeur fc), Moeneeb Bennet (sss academy) and Levi Pilot (Lentrgeur fc).PHOTO: Rashied Isaacs

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The launch and draw of the fifth annual Salt River Blackpool Football Club (SRBFC) Cape Town Super 7s took place at the Old Mutual head office auditorium on Sunday 10 March.

SAFA Cape Town vice-president, Linda Pistoli, sponsors and club representatives were all in attendance.

The SRBFC Cape Town Super 7s football festival will take place at the Malta Park Sports Field in Observatory and will kick off on Wednesday 20 until Sunday 24 March.

Super 7s tournament director, Iqbal Kasker, in his opening address reiterated the importance of these types of events among grassroot sports.

The aim of Super 7s is to provide the platform for both boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 to play football in a safe and secure environment. It also gives local community clubs the opportunity to compete against the top professional and academies in the Western Cape.

The event includes carnival rides and food stalls. The Super 7s has grown in popularity among clubs.

In 2015 the event started with 48 teams and in 2019, 160 teams from all over the Western Cape will compete in three age categories namely: u.8, u.10 and u.12.

Pistoli pledged his support to this event and has noted the large number of participants with almost 2000 boys and girls participating and 30 referees doing duty.

Clubs participating included among others, the host Salt River Blackpool, defending u.12 champions Ajax Cape Town, Ubuntu, Cape Umoya, Grassy Park United, Norway Parks Magic, Tramways and Stephanian Ottery.

The launch and draw of the fifth annual Salt River Blackpool Football Club (SRBFC) Cape Town Super 7s took place at the Old Mutual head office auditorium on Sunday 10 March.

SAFA Cape Town vice-president, Linda Pistoli, sponsors and club representatives were all in attendance.

The SRBFC Cape Town Super 7s football festival will take place at the Malta Park Sports Field in Observatory and will kick off on Wednesday 20 until Sunday 24 March.

Super 7s tournament director, Iqbal Kasker, in his opening address reiterated the importance of these types of events among grassroot sports.

The aim of Super 7s is to provide the platform for both boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 to play football in a safe and secure environment. It also gives local community clubs the opportunity to compete against the top professional and academies in the Western Cape.

The event includes carnival rides and food stalls.

The Super 7s has grown in popularity among clubs. In 2015 the event started with 48 teams and in 2019, 160 teams from all over the Western Cape will compete in three age categories namely: u.8, u.10 and u.12.

Pistoli pledged his support to this event and has noted the large number of participants with almost 2000 boys and girls participating and 30 referees doing duty.

Clubs participating included among others, the host Salt River Blackpool, defending u.12 champions Ajax Cape Town, Ubuntu, Cape Umoya, Grassy Park United, Norway Parks Magic, Tramways and Stephanian Ottery.

The launch and draw of the fifth annual Salt River Blackpool Football Club (SRBFC) Cape Town Super 7s took place at the Old Mutual head office auditorium on Sunday 10 March.

SAFA Cape Town vice-president, Linda Pistoli, sponsors and club representatives were all in attendance.

The SRBFC Cape Town Super 7s football festival will take place at the Malta Park Sports Field in Observatory and will kick off on Wednesday 20 until Sunday 24 March.

Super 7s tournament director, Iqbal Kasker, in his opening address reiterated the importance of these types of events among grassroot sports.

The aim of Super 7s is to provide the platform for both boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 to play football in a safe and secure environment. It also gives local community clubs the opportunity to compete against the top professional and academies in the Western Cape.

The event includes carnival rides and food stalls. The Super 7s has grown in popularity among clubs. In 2015 the event started with 48 teams and in 2019, 160 teams from all over the Western Cape will compete in three age categories namely: u.8, u.10 and u.12.

Pistoli pledged his support to this event and has noted the large number of participants with almost 2000 boys and girls participating and 30 referees doing duty.

Clubs participating included among others, the host Salt River Blackpool, defending u.12 champions Ajax Cape Town, Ubuntu, Cape Umoya, Grassy Park United, Norway Parks Magic, Tramways and Stephanian Ottery.

The launch and draw of the fifth annual Salt River Blackpool Football Club (SRBFC) Cape Town Super 7s took place at the Old Mutual head office auditorium on Sunday 10 March.

SAFA Cape Town vice-president, Linda Pistoli, sponsors and club representatives were all in attendance.

The SRBFC Cape Town Super 7s football festival will take place at the Malta Park Sports Field in Observatory and will kick off on Wednesday 20 until Sunday 24 March.

Super 7s tournament director, Iqbal Kasker, in his opening address reiterated the importance of these types of events among grassroot sports.

The aim of Super 7s is to provide the platform for both boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 to play football in a safe and secure environment.

It also gives local community clubs the opportunity to compete against the top professional teams and academies in the Western Cape.

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