High school learner scores a Red Jersey

2019-08-27 06:00
Wynberg Boys’ rugby players Rethabile Louw, Wandile Notshe, Ricky Schroeder (Kfm crew), Cormac Faul (#KfmRedJersey winner), Devon Pretorius and Kfm 94.5’s Ryan O’Connor.

Wynberg Boys’ rugby players Rethabile Louw, Wandile Notshe, Ricky Schroeder (Kfm crew), Cormac Faul (#KfmRedJersey winner), Devon Pretorius and Kfm 94.5’s Ryan O’Connor.

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Cormac Faul from Wynberg Boys’ High School was awarded the first ever #KfmRedJersey.

The accolade forms part of Kfm 94.5’s recently launched schools sport campaign which celebrates outstanding sporting performances for various sporting codes at schools across the Western Cape.

Kfm’s Weekend Breakfast host, Ryan O’Connor is sending sports fundi Ricky Shroeder and members of the Kfm crew to various school sport events in and around Cape Town to scout exceptional sporting performances.

Listeners were asked to nominate their schools and their sporting codes for consideration. Saturday 17 August was the first time the Kfm team was sent out to watch the SACS against Wynberg Boys High School first team rugby match.

The match ended with a win for Wynberg Boys’ High School. Cormac joined O’Connor on-air for an interview on Tuesday 20 August, highlighting the sport performance.

O’Connor pointed out what an amazing sporting weekend it was with thousands of Wynberg Old Boys’ Union members coming out in support to watch the end-of-season match. He asked Cormac how he felt about the win against arch-enemy, SACS.

“Since junior school SACS has always been the one to beat, and this was my last game, so I knew I had to do something,” Cormac said.

Asked what his plans for the future hold, he said his dream wasn’t to play for the Springboks but rather to go to university. “I want to study a BCom or a BA.”

O’Connor ensured listeners that the process to decide the Kfm Red Jersey winner is fair and accurate.

“Both team coaches, as well as a third party, are consulted when selecting the winner,” said O’Connor.

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