Catch Projects team scores goal posts

The Catch U11 football team stands with iQ Academy head of marketing, Ashley Cocks, coach of the team, Athernkosi Malawa and representatives of Level Ground Training Solutions , Jason Nicholas and Nicky Delport Picture:SIVENATHI GOSA

IQ ACADEMY donated soccer goal posts to the U11 soccer team ODF Catch Projects’s U11 soccer team in Gonubie on last week Wednesday last week.

Coach of the U11 Catch Projects’ U11 coachsoccer team, Athenkosi Malawu said: “We are grateful tothat iQ Academy did such a good deed for us as it will make a huge difference in our performance.
“Our main challenge [has been] the lack of equipment., especially the goal posts.

“The U11 league are useing the small goals which proved challenging to the team when they practised with the large standard posts.

“That’s now a thing of past. as They will be able to become familiar with the match specification posts.

“I have no doubt thatWith a little practise, they will be putting more goals past the posts,”, concluded Malawu said.

IQ Academy Head of marketing head Ashely Cocks said its was is a business that helps students achieve their dreams.

IQ Academy Head of marketing head Ashley Cocks said: “We understand just how important these goal posts are to this team.

“We are proud to be helping the football team get over the goal line.” he said.

He said iQ Academy was a business that helps pupils students achieve their dreams.

Cocks said that The donation came about after iQ Academy partnered with Level Ground Training Solutions to get its 165 team members involved in a fun-filled day to explore atheir new mission of bettering lives through access to relevant education.

“All of these elements of our business are strongly connected to improving the lives of individuals and communities What’s more, the donation is a manifestation of our values,” he said.

Cocks saidindicated it made sense to partner with Catch Projects, an institution that has an undisputed track record of enriching people’s lives for more thanover the past 20 years.

“Seeing the boys’ reaction was a delight. The posts are giving these boys the tool to create a new soccer horizon for themselves and perhaps in life,” concluded Cocks said.

The 14 U11 boys are part of a more than 200-player football club which was started by Catch, a non-governmental organisation which is making serious inroads into addressing some of the socio-economic issues facing the Mzamomhle community.

said The soccer teams consists of players that ranginge from the ages of nine to 13 years. The boys are from the Mzamomhle township in Gonubie.
said Malawu.

“The reason for the development of the soccer in Catch Projects is to prevent the young boys from committing any crime,” Malawu said. activities that they may involve themselves in.”
These boys come from disadvantaged backgrounds,”,


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