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Cash boost for badminton
- Updated: July 5, 2011
Badminton South Africa has announced that they have allocated R100,000 to support players of colour to participate in sanctioned tournaments during 2011.
Mr Willie Joseph, Chairman of the Transformation and Development Committee, said that this is in line with our policy to create opportunities for young players of colour with potential in our provinces.
The players in question will receive equipment and financial support through their respective provinces.
Results from the Under-11 and Under-13 interprovincial tournament in East London.
Namibia 10 Northern Cape 10
NGBA A 7 Sedibeng 8
Boland A 7┬á Boland B 6
KZN 4 NGBA B 4
WP A 3 Border 1
Free State 1 WP B 0
Ladies Singles: J Geninda NGBA
Men’s Singles: H Witbooi NAM
Ladies Doubles: N Scholtz & C Niemand NAM
Men’s Doubles: H Witbooi NAM & A Jacobs Bol
Mixed Doubles: A Jacobs & E Schoonees Bol
Ladies Singles: N Scholtz NAM
Men’s Singles:┬á B Nel KZN
Ladies Doubles: J Geninda & B Gebhard NGBA
Men’s Doubles: B Nel KZN & D Schaap Sed
Mixed Doubles: B Nel KZN & L Visser FS
B Nel┬á KZN Triple Champion
Sportsgirl:┬á Nita Scholtz Namibia
Sportsboy:┬á Sam Shilele (Border)
Girls: Jabulela Geninda (NGBA), E Schoonees (Bol), C Moodley (SED)
Boys: H Witbooi (Nam), A Jacobs (Bol), David Geninda (NGBA)
Girls: N Scholtz (Nam), C Niemand (Nam), J Smith (NC),┬á L Visser (FS), G Roberts (Sed), A Muller (NGBA)
Boys: B Nel (KZN), J Ndudzo (Nam) and D Schaap (SED), S Shilele, R Koortzen, JH Groeneveld (Bol)