CHEV DELIVER S SOCCER FUTURE
CHEVROLET Ut e F orce and Dr eamfields r olled out their int er-school soccer l eague t o 18 primary s chools in KZN’s Umkhanyakude District this week.
The impo verished f arming community situat ed in the P ongola area, northern KZN, was home to the final 201 4 Ut e F orce pr oject, with Injula P rimary School ho sting the day’s f estivities.
Chevrolet br and manag er Tim Hendon said football helped to develop young talent, kept children off the street and tr anscended all cul tures, genders and age groups. “To this end we have revitalised soccer pitches to enable play, donated close to 60 000 One World F utbols, the ne arly inde - structible ultra durable ball, and pr ovided soccer equipment to schools in needy c ommunities,” said Hendon.
The 18 primary s chools participating in this week’s programme will likewise r eceive Dr eamSeed Kit s that contain equipment, practice bibs and soccer b alls. The pr oject als o tr ains local coaches to make the league selfsustainable.
— Wheels R eporter.