Schools and clubs are assessed in terms of what their requirements are as well as whether they have the systems in place to care for the donated equipment. It is also important to us that they have the necessary interested staff and coaches to implement techniques, tactics and programmes that have been taught at our sport4kids clinics.
Schools and Clubs
Bonteheuwel Cricket Club, Bonteheuwel – Cricket
Busy Bees Rugby Club, Langa – Rugby
Chapel Street Primary, Woodstock - Rugby, Soccer and Netball
Claremont Primary School, Claremont - Netball
Delft Cricket Club - Cricket
Du Noon Cricket Club - Cricket
Hawston Primary School, Hawston – Netball and Rugby
Heathfield Primary School, Heathfield – Cricket, Cross-country, Netball, Rugby and Hockey
Khayelitsha Tennis Club - Tennis
Knysna Sports School, Knysna – Rugby
Knysna United Rugby Club, Knysna – Rugby
Mandalay Cricket Club - Cricket
Mfuleni Cricket Club - Cricket
Nyanga Cricket Club - Cricket
Phillipi Crickety Club - Cricket
Saobras School, Mossel Bay - Rugby
Western Province Development Squash Academy, Villagers Squash Courts, Claremont – Squash
Aiden and Kaleb Plaatjies - brothers and talented junior Provincial cricketers received a full set of cricket kit each after theirs was stolen in a house burglary
Our young Ambassadors are chosen through a careful selection process in which the youngsters are assessed in terms of their sporting potential as well as their academic potential and achievements. Care is taken throughout the programme to work with both the Ambassadors and their parents in order maximize the benefits for the children.
At this stage we have identified 6 youngsters at Heathfield Primary School as the first Ambassadors in our programme. Roger De Wet, teacher at Heathfield Primary and the founder member of “The Benjamin Project” will be working closely with these children.