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Mayoral send-off for young sport stars

04 July 2017
Kouga Mayor Elza van Lingen (third right) and Jacky Scheepers (second right) from the Kouga Sports Council at a sending-off ceremony for young local athletes representing the province and the region in various provincial and national competitions during July.  The athletes are (back row from left) rugby players Gregan Glover, Jayren Draghoender and Armand Kemp and footballers Zixolise Mahodi, Siphosethu Booysen, Luvolwethu Ndaku, Dennis Peterson, Zandré Williams and Mihlali Msizi (front row, seated). Representing netball were (from left) Adnethi Scheepers, Yondré Jansen and Jami-Leigh Goeda.

Kouga Mayor Elza van Lingen (third right) and Jacky Scheepers (second right) from the Kouga Sports Council at a sending-off ceremony for young local athletes representing the province and the region in various provincial and national competitions during July. The athletes are (back row from left) rugby players Gregan Glover, Jayren Draghoender and Armand Kemp and footballers Zixolise Mahodi, Siphosethu Booysen, Luvolwethu Ndaku, Dennis Peterson, Zandré Williams and Mihlali Msizi (front row, seated). Representing netball were (from left) Adnethi Scheepers, Yondré Jansen and Jami-Leigh Goeda.

Young sport stars from Kouga recently received a special send-off from Executive Mayor Elza van Lingen ahead of them taking part in provincial and national sports tournaments during the month of July.

The Mayor hosted the rugby, soccer and netball players, together with the Kouga Sports Council, at her office in Jeffreys Bay.

“We are very proud of you. Every town or region needs its own icons, people who do great things and who inspire others to do well. You are already doing it at your age,” she said.

Present at the send-off function were Gregan Glover, Jayren Draghoender and Armand Kemp (all 17 years old), who were selected for the Eastern Province team to take part in the 2017 Craven Week tournament at St Stithians College in Johannesburg.

Adnethia Scheepers (14), Yondre Jansen (16) and Jami-Leigh Goeda, who represented the province at the South African Schools Netball Championships in Boksburg, were also present.

Set to put Kouga’s soccer skills on show at the Provincial Soccer Championships to be held at Addo, were Sarah Baartman District team members Zixolise Mahodi (16), Siphosethu Booysen (19), Luvolwethu Ndaku (19), Dennis Peterson (19), Mihlali Msizi (19) and Zandre Williams (20).

The Mayor said she was confident the athletes would do well as Kouga was abundantly blessed with talent.