Sport & School News
14 September 2018

Rustenburg – Saturday, 18 August marked the first of three festivals in Rustenburg arranged by North West Cricket in conjunction with KFC-Mini Cricket. Approximately 330 children from the ages of five to 12 participated, filling the Zinniaville Primary School sports field.

Schools from all over the Rustenburg area competed at this regional festival to qualify for entry into the provincial tournament. 

Gunret Foods owns and operates eight of the KFCs in Rustenburg and sponsored KFC Mini-Cricket t-shirts, balls, bats and equipment to the value of R64,000 for the tournament. KFC is committed to giving back to the community and creating platforms which bring kids closer to their cricketing heroes through the KFC Mini-Cricket programme. 

The next tournament will be held on 15 September in Phokeng, followed by the third tournament to be held on 20 October at Impala cricket club.

For any further details on the Regional KFC Mini-Cricket festivals contact Nation Ntlame, NWC Mini-Cricket coordinator on 072 693 6596 or 073 299 9382.

Back from left: Reginald Lubbe, general manager of KFC Safari; Don van Asperen, KFC area manager of Rustenburg; Vanessa Matshe and Kelebogile Sejwe, team members at KFC Tlhabane; Cathy van Heerden, marketing; and Tommy Phiri, cricket operations manager. Front from left: Consolation Mokoke, restaurant general manager of KFC Triangle; Gladys Motau, supervisor of KFC Tlhabane; and Nation Ntlame, NW cricket coordinator.


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