Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Ragini Moodley wins the KFC Mini-Cricket Coach of the year award
Ragini Moodley, a KFC Mini-Cricket coach from Chatsworth, KwaZulu-Natal, has won the 2014/15 KFC Mini-Cricket Coach of the Year award at this year's Cricket South Africa Breakfast Awards.
It takes huge dedication and passion from the over 8400 volunteer coaches who get over 110 000 kids from across the country active through the KFC Mini-Cricket programme. Over the last 24 years, Ragini has continuously gone over and above in her efforts to grow the KFC Mini-Cricket footprint in KwaZulu-Natal and give as many kids as possible the opportunity to learn the game.
Many of the kids whom Ragini coaches come from impoverished and disadvantaged backgrounds, however through her dedication to the KFC Mini-Cricket programme she is able to give these kids a positive and safe environment where they are able to learn the fundamentals of cricket, grow their love for the game and get active.
Ragini has also had a hand in introducing cricket to players like Trisha Chetty, Chloe Tyron, Cody Chetty and Johnathan Vandiar from the Sunfoil Dolphins.