Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Eastbury Secondary School competes for outside gym
Eastbury Secondary School, Phoenix, Durban, was one of the schools that competed in the Coca-Cola® 30 Minute Heroes Challenge, a competition introduced to schools participating in the Coca-Cola® T20 schools Cricket Challenge and aimed at getting learners to participate in physical activity.
The concept encourages as many learners as possible to complete a five drill circuit within a 30 minute period. The scores will only be made public once all schools have completed their challenge. The school that completes the most circuits in the allotted time frame stands a chance to win a prize of an outdoor gym to the value of two hundred thousand rand, which will be installed at the winning school.
The five drills in the Coca-Cola 30 Minute Heroes Challenge include:
1. Shuttle runs between 6 beacons, moving a cricket ball from one beacon to the next.
2. Target Throwing at a set of wickets.
3. Skipping with a skipping rope.
4. Catching balls off a rebound board.
5. Weaving in and out of 10 slalom poles.
The Coca-Cola® T20 Schools Challenge is about making heroes,” explains Fetsi Mbele, Coca-Cola® South Africa Marketing Assets Manager. “This grass roots tournament is where heroes are unearthed and then progress through to the Coca-Cola® Khaya Majola Cricket Week, an annual tournament, sponsored by Coca-Cola South Africa for over 30 years. It has to date produced over 200 Proteas players.”
“Through our Coca-Cola® T20 30 Minute Hero Challenge we are encouraging all scholars in the country to adopt a physically active lifestyle that will become a lifelong practice,” said Mbele.
For full competition terms and conditions please visit http://www.cocacola.co.za/".