The FANCAM technology, first used in the Currie Cup at Newlands earlier in the season, was developed in South Africa.
Proteas speedster, Mfuneko Ngam strongly believes that SA’s young bowlers have the potential to make a name for themselves.
Senuran Muthusamy of the Dolphins cricket team said that the initiative gave the young players an opportunity to grow and fulfill their dreams of playing professional cricket.
He has defied the odds in a sport that is mostly dominated by females and according to the Richards Bay born netball player, he is in the process of hustling his way into the sports industry.
As one of the main sponsors of the Shark’s rugby franchise and to show their support, a local security company hosted two four balls, an activation stand and held a putting competition for all participants.
Reggie Inderlall, chairman of the association, was elated at the high standard of soccer and the skills that the veterans displayed.
It was a close game with the final score being 6-7 to the Stella Astro Team.
Over 200 smiling faces greeted him that morning. All of them teens who were eager to prove their skill and have the opportunity to test out the state-of-the-art technology to identify bowling talent in disadvantaged areas – enabled by Audi.
Excitement showed on her face when she explained the importance of focusing on your own game and not being intimidated by other players on the field.
KFC Mini-Cricket’s ultimate aim is to build a generation of active, healthy, well-rounded young South Africans. Playing sport from a young age has arguably become more important than ever before.
Among the top achievers were Ayushi Sundar, Aman Nayager and Shivaal Debba from the Reservoir Hills branch, together with Shivaan and Shiven Avikaar from the Star College branch.