Report Clinic 25-27th September 2013

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Report CSE Southern Suburbs Clinic 25th-27th September 2013 at Rondebosch Boys High School The Southern Suburbs CSE Holiday Clinic held at RBHS was very well attended and was great to see many new faces and a delight to share the excitement for the new season amongst our aspiring young cricketers. The days focussed on the cutting edge training on the finer aspects of batting, bowling, fielding, sportsmanship and general knowledge. Big thanks must go to Rondebosch Boys High for allowing us to host the clinic on their grounds, our CSE Sponsors and Michael Pote, ex CSE student making a name in the cricket world. Michael is also one of the CSE ambassadors. Michael also spoke to all the students about the passion and hunger to learn, as this stood him in good stead while he was learning the game as a young cricketer The Headstrong and Mineralife sessions were very interesting and the students took a lot out of these sessions which focussed on concentration skills and nutrition whilst playing sport. Thanks to the Maurits van Nierop Foundation for supporting the Cricket Schools CSI project by sponsoring fifteen talented township Khayelitsha Cricket Club cricketers. We wish all our students a very successful and enjoyable season and look forward to seeing you at the next clinic. Have a great season. Ryan Maron and the CSE coaching team MVNF students:
  1. Theo Lethoba     (Best fielder in the seniors on  the 25-27 September clinics: He really enjoys to be part of RMCSE holiday clinics as he is able to socialise and to make friends from different backrounds and cultures, is able to learn a lot from the best qualified coaches (e.g  Patience, Jonatan Haiden and all other coaches) about cricket rules skills etc.)
  2. Rivaldo Ndleleni
  3. Thabo Mdo
  4. Kabelo Macatha
  5. Hlumani Msuthu (Most improved senior player on 25-27 RMCSE holiday clinics: He also enjoys to make friends)
  6. Siphiwe Ncedo  (Best batsman in seniors on the 25-27 September 2013 RMCSE holiday clinics: He enjoyed learning new things, cricket skills and drills which he can use to improve his game and also to make new friends there. He also thanked MVNF for allowing him this opportunity as a steppingstone to his cricket carrier and by making difference on his sport and social life.)
  7. Luthando Jaxa
  8. Sibabalo Doro
  9. Asakhe Combi
  10. Lihle Mqu
  11. Lithalethu Mantyi
  12. Vela Delo
  13. Onele Delo
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