Nation Builders hosts Dolphin’s coach

2018-07-04 06:01
                                                                       PHOTO: SUPPLIEDNation Builders with Grant Morgan (standing fifth from left) and Lwandiswa Zuma (standing forth from left).

PHOTO: SUPPLIEDNation Builders with Grant Morgan (standing fifth from left) and Lwandiswa Zuma (standing forth from left).

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AS part of the Nation Builders Youth Day initiative, the organisation hosted Dolphin’s coach, Grant Morgan and player, Lwandiswa Zuma in a free coaching clinic for upcoming cricketers over the weekend.

Nation Builders believes that youth play an integral part in society.

In recent years, an influx of young people have entered the sporting domain and, according to Roseanne Gengan, a representative of Nation Builders, the development of their skills and talent must form part of our communities.

“Initiatives to empower youth such as this will increase across the different communities as more youngsters rise up to make sport a major part of their careers.”

The event kicked off with talks from physiotherapist Lianca Dookran and occupational therapist Sandhia Nair who advised the youngsters about injuries and fitness.

Morgan and Zuma offered a coaching clinic, emphasing the know-hows in fielding and offered the cricketers tactful tips for use on the field.

Mascot Dolphi made a special appearance, taking pictures with both children and adults. Desigan Pillay, iLembe Cricket secretary thanked the organisation for co-ordinating this event with excellence.

He went on to say that this was an exceptional contribution made into the lives of young cricketers.

Gengan said the organisation will continue to focus on the upliftment and empowerment of children, youth and women. “Nation Builders is an organisation which looks at different avenues to promote skills and development in our region.

“We are thankful to our sponsors and volunteers for their partnership in impacting our communities.

“This event was just one of many planned for this region.”

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