Girls’ multi-code sport festival to be launched

2018-07-10 06:00

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“This is a long-overdue initiative,” says Inglis, adding, “We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday, 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V For further information, contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“This is a long-overdue initiative,” says Inglis, adding, “We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball.

All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V For further information, contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.­playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“This is a long-overdue initiative,” says Inglis, adding, “We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport. Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V For further information, contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“This is a long-overdue initiative,” says Inglis, adding, “We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball.

All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V For further information, contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.­playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday, 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@ps4l.org.za.

V Contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch.”

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday, 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development. Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V Contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“This is a long-overdue initiative,” says Inglis, adding, “We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball.

All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V For further information, contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.­playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“This is a long-overdue initiative,” says Inglis, adding, “We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport. Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V For further information, contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“This is a long-overdue initiative,” says Inglis, adding, “We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport. Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch,” she says.

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development.

Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V For further information, contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch.”

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday, 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development. Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V Contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

Play Sport4Life (PS4L) is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport.

Carolyn Inglis, head of operations for PS4L, says the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved in playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of girls’ and women’s sport across Cape Town.

“We have to change the dominant view that it’s all about the boys and the men. At PS4L we are as passionate about females in sport as we are about their male counterparts. We will celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from grassroots to elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women bring to sport.

“Our society is all about inclusion but we must not pay lip service to that ideal. We have to practise what we preach. The girls and women deserve to be not just on the sidelines supporting their brothers, fathers or partners, but on the pitch.”

The Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival will be held on Thursday, 9 August, National Women’s Day, at the Factreton Primary School grounds in 16th Avenue. PS4L plans to make it an annual event.

The aim of the day is to improve the profile of women’s sport and female athletes, raise awareness of inclusive opportunities for women and girls to participate, as well as encourage women’s representation in sport leadership and workforce

“We think it is an appropriate day to launch the project. We appeal to all involved in sport to show their support to help women and girls reach their full potential through sport. We will highlight challenges in women’s sport, and celebrate and reflect on local female role models who have been making an impact on our sport. Some prominent females and sporting legends will be part of this project to interact with the girls,” explains Inglis.

PS4L recently added three women’s sports advocates to their board of directors, Linda Diedericks, Gail Reid and Gaya Mammon, all of whom are working passionately in assisting and advocating for the importance of women in sports for community development. Entry is free to all girls’ teams registering for u.12, u.14 and u.17 years in soccer, hockey and netball. All schools, clubs and social girls’ teams are welcome to enter.

The format is based on a knock-out system for five-a-side soccer and seven-a-side netball and hockey played for seven minutes aside with a maximum of 10 players per team. The deadline for team entries is Friday 27 July.

If you would like to be involved in the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival and be the first to hear about the plans and activities, register early to secure a place. Send your team registration via email to Carolyn@­ps4l.org.za.

The email should include your team name, sport code, age group, a contact person and their contact details.

V Contact Carolyn Inglis on 083 286 7199 and visit the website www.playsport4life.org.

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