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Tuesday, 29 July 2014 11:27

Soccer: Powerade Awards 11 Schools Training Session with Neil Tovey

This week saw Powerade announce the names of the eleven South African schools who have won soccer Powerade Performance Sessions as part of the Powerade Schools Programme. The Performance sessions will be taking place from Monday, 4 August, to Monday, 15 September 2014, and will be hosted by ex-Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs captain, Neil Tovey.

 

Neil Tovey School SoccerPowerade believes that there is power in every game and is committed to providing young, South African, sportsmen with a passion for rugby, soccer and cricket, with the platforms to achieve sporting success by giving them access to the best coaching and training through the Powerade School’s Programme.

The winning schools of the soccer Powerade Performance Sessions are:

•           Windmill Park, Gauteng

•           Saulridge Secondary, Gauteng

•           Riverside High, Gauteng

•           Wartburg High, KZN

•           East High, Nelspruit

•           Lowveld High, Nelspruit

•           HTS Louis Botha, Bloemfontein

•           Table View High, Cape Town

•           Muizenberg High, Cape Town

•           Symphony Secondary, Cape Town

•           Thobelane Secondary School, Mpumalanga

During the soccer performance sessions, these sportsmen will be exposed to the science of correct training and the benefits of hydration to help enable them to reach peak fitness at the right time, while local soccer legend Neil Tovey shares his wisdom and knowledge about the game.

“Powerade believes that by providing informative and interactive experiences like these to sportsmen, their passion for the game of soccer will be focused on a great future in the game,” explained James Maclachlan, IMC Marketing Assets Manager of Coca-Cola South Africa.

“We recognise that there is power in every game and through the Powerade Schools Programme, born sportsmen will be exposed to information and various means of training that will have long term benefits to their success,” Maclachlan concluded.

Whether it’s a game with professionals or a local school derby… There is Power in Every Game.