This was an incredible effort by the local team and a feat that will be virtually impossible to repeat by any team.
The under 11 team remain undefeated this season and are two games away from lifting the trophy again this year, making it back to back season titles.
onan Vandayar who made 33 and Shivash who picked up 21, this helped Simplex RHCSC reach 165 after 30 overs for the loss of five wickets.
The organisers arranged a host of activities which created a day of nostalgia.
A huge braai and shisha nyama camp will be in operation.
The prestigious accolade was presented to the karate maestro Hanshi Pillay by the president of Karate Association of India, Master R Thiagarajan at a gala awards dinner banquet in the seaside resort of Goa.
Having won the league without dropping a single point, the entire season was an incredible achievement.
Kwadabeka themselves were also unbeaten before facing Simplex RHCSC before the weekend’s fixture.
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The kids won the toss in front of a massive home crowd and elected to bowl.
Semi-final hero Thamsanqa Khumalo continued his good limited overs form top scoring for the Durban side with a patient 47 from 48 balls.