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Monday, March 4, 2013
JP DUMINY HOLDS A COACHING SESSION AT ALOE RIDGE PRIMARY
part of the KFC Mini-Cricket campaign to get children across South Africa
living active lifestyles, JP Duminy held an exclusive KFC Mini-Cricket coaching
session with youngsters from Aloe Ridge Primary school yesterday.
the IPL competition in 2012, SuperSport presented a KFC Mini-Cricket
competition whereby you could win one of these once in a lifetime coaching
sessions. Monica Pillay from Springs in Gauteng was one of six winners that
came up trumps and nominated her young cousin, Tiara Maistry, as the recipient
for the prize.
Tiara attends Aloe Ridge Primary, and she, and nineteen of her peers got to
enjoy this great day of active fun and learning with one of their Protea
be honest I was just trying my luck. I never win anything through competitions
and this came as a huge surprise. I couldn’t believe it when SuperSport phoned
me.”, said Monica, on winning the competition.
who lists cricket as her favourite sport, is a huge fan of the Delhi Daredevils
and had no doubt in what she wanted to do with her prize. “I love my little
cousin and I thought this would be a good thing to do for her and her school.”
its third year of sponsorship, KFC involves over 100 000 young boys and
girls in KFC Mini-Cricket from schools around the country. Monica admits that
11 year old Tiara’s first love is football, but after the session with JP
Duminy, who is interestingly her favourite player, she hoped her cousin’s
desire to play the sport more will grow.
coached the kids throughout the day while sharing inspirational words with the
group. Each player had a chance to chat to him and had their bats signed. After
having to sadly sit out of all the Proteas Test action since injuring himself
in the first Test in Australia at the end of last year, JP was happy to coach
the kids and share some interesting cricketing insights and expertise
event will no doubt leave a lasting impression on young Tiara, who had this to
say; “It was great to meet JP and have a fun day of cricket with him. I’m
really looking forward to more fun days like this with KFC Mini-Cricket in
next coaching clinic will take place in Pietermaritzburg on the 27 February, at
Raisethorpe Secondary School and the coach will be Vernon Philander.
an official sponsor of KFC International T20 cricket in South Africa, and an
associate sponsor of the domestic T20 competition, KFC is not just involved in
promoting an active lifestyle through KFC Mini-Cricket, but also through
including boys and girls within the programme in the international and domestic
the more than 100 000 kids ranging from over 4 500 schools, chosen
KFC Mini-Cricket ambassadors get the chance to be involved in the matches as
player escorts, ball boys and girls and by participating in the match coin