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Through sports, children learn the value of teamwork, perseverance, and sportsmanship and they build confidence, resilience, and a lifelong love for staying active and healthy.

The school holidays have begun, marking the start of yet another thrilling holiday sports clinic at Montrose Primary School.

Excited chatter fills the air as children stream into the school grounds every morning, ready to embark on a journey of fun, fitness, and friendship.

On March 26, vibrant energy was palpable as coaches and volunteers prepared to ignite the passion for sports in these young enthusiasts.

Lulibo Maku. Photo: Duduzile Khumalo

The school’s dedicated head coach, Mokhosi Makara, along with enthusiastic volunteers, led the eager participants through a series of skill-building drills and exhilarating games.

On the soccer field, shouts of joy mingled with the sound of dribbling balls as children learned new techniques and strategies.

Layla Jiyane gets ready for a fun sports-filled day. Photo: Duduzile Khumalo

Makara said, “The fun does not stop there. Montrose Primary School’s holiday sports clinic goes beyond traditional sports, offering a variety of unconventional activities to keep the excitement alive.”

Sibusiso Ndlovu. Photo: Duduzile Khumalo

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