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Let’s Play in association with Boland Newspapers have launched a special initiative to give recognition to learners at either Primary or High school, who excel in sport.

Play, physical education and sport are foundational to the holistic development of children and an initiative of this nature will establish a healthier community and encourage sports activity

Schools wishing to participate in this initiative should submit a short letter with a motivation to their respective regional newspaper about why their learner should be the Sport Star of the Month.

Participating newspapers include:

  1. District Mail – Mark Stuart Tel (021) 841 4295
  2. Eikestad News – Marli van Wyngaard Tel (021) 887 2840, ext. 128
  3. Worcester Standard - Hilderine Schroder Tel (02 ) 347 0968
  4. Swartlander – Susan Botha Tel (022) 482 3817
  5. Weslander - Evan Naude Tel (022) 713 1251
  6. Weskusnuus – Willie Martin Tel (021) 572 9090
  7. Hermanus Times - Janine van der Riet Tel (028) 312 3717
  8. Paarl Post - Jaco van Wyk Tel (021) 870 3705
  9. Kouga Voice - Janine Olivier 083 321 1722
  10. Bloemnuus - Lynne Landman 051-430 3027
  11. Express Bloemfontein - Lynne Landman 072 311 7716

The learner who is chosen as the Sports Star of the Month for each participating newspaper will receive a bag full of fantastic prizes with the compliments of Let’s Play and will also stand a chance to be selected as the overall winner of the competition to be announced at a gala function at the end of the year.

Good luck….Let’s Play!

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