Principal, Mr AK Maharajh, said that he was very proud of the achievement.
Asheta Mahabeer, a KZN Dolphins ladies team player, will coach the team and it will be captained by Donovan Van Noordwyk.
Fourteen teams from 11 schools, surrounding the KZN region, were invited to participate.
“On Sunday, players from the ages of 11 to 16-years-old, participated in a 5-a-side tournament with stringent futsal rules. Eleven teams contested and the youth thoroughly enjoyed the day,” said Tintin Pillay, official of the club.
Wardah Khan came in first for kata while Ria Deonath was placed second for kata and second for kumite.
The response was phenomenal, resulting in not one, but three schools benefiting from people’s generosity.
The programme will continue and interested parents are urged to contact their local primary schools to offer assistance and ensure that the children get the necessary exposure.
Many pupils participated in the various events and for the fourth consecutive year, the sports was won by Opal House.
The interactive day was hosted by the Reservoir Hills Sports Club and SM Jhavary Primary School for the first time this year. The under 11 and under 13 boys participated in Futsal, a new and exciting format of soccer.
The KFC Mini-Cricket Kids Join the Proteas On Tour competition will be shaking up the cricket calendar and giving the KFC Mini-Cricket kids yet another reason to play their favourite game, their way.
Tintin Pillay of the Reservoir Hills Sports and Recreation Club said the formation of the league fell in line with the National Women’s Month celebration during August.