Good luck : KZNCU Hubs Teams – Featured Durban Blog

Good luck : KZNCU Hubs Teams: All the best to the KZNCU Hubs team which will participate in this year’s edition of the Sunfoil Under 13 Night Series in Gauteng from the 16 to 19 March. The team – comprising players from various hubs across KZN – gathered at Kingsmead in the early hours of this morning to board a bus to Gauteng. Some parents were also present to wish the boys good luck and see them off, and each boy was given a goodie bag sponsored by a Durban-based NGO. In Gauteng, the team will join nine other teams in competing … [Read more...]

KZNCU streamlining development structures – Featured Durban Blog

KZNCU streamlining development structures: Durban – It has been just over a week since the realignment to the KZN Cricket Union (KZNCU) Township and Rural Programme with the KZNCU Hub and RPC Development programme and so far, apart from a few teething problems, things have been running smoothly, says programme manager Sanelisiwe Kuzwayo. “Transition and change are always challenging – and we have to remember that we are working with fifty coaches who had to be reassured that they are still very important to cricket development in … [Read more...]

KZNCU township and development coaches graduate as sport club administrators – Featured Durban Blog

KZNCU township and development coaches graduate as sport club administrators: Nine KZNCU township and development coaches recently graduated as sport club administrators after successfully completing an NQF Level 4 Exercise Training Academy (ETA) course. Sandile Hlongwa of Lindelani, Xolani Gasa of Umlazi, Mkhuliseni Shoze of Ngonyameni, Prudence Gcabashe of KwaSanti, Scelo Madlala of Adams Mission, Nduduzo Ngcobo of Lindelani, Bheki Nyathikazi of KwaSanti and Sibonelo Gwala of KwaNgcolosi (Lindelani) underwent six months of intensive … [Read more...]

Dladla takes the reins as new KZNCU President – Featured Durban Blog

Dladla takes the reins as new KZNCU President: Following a seven year tenure at the helm of the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union Fa-eez Jaffar has stepped down and will be replaced by his Vice-President Mr Bernard Dladla following the union’s Annual General Meeting on Friday evening. Dladla began his administrative career 15 years ago when he was elected onto the Executive council of the Umlazi Cricket Club. His career in cricket administration grew steadily as he took up a handful of positions before being elected as the Umlazi Cricket Club member … [Read more...]