The recent affiliation to the KZN Athletics Association and the Reservoir Hills Sports Club has led to the launch and success of Taekwondo training programme that take place on Saturdays.
The Reservoir Hills Sports Club continues to expand its sports programmes for the residents of Reservoir Hills and neighbouring communities.
“The Saturday training sessions take place at the Siripat Grounds promptly at 7am. There are 1km, 3km, 5km and 8km routes for the various types of runners. Very shortly another training day will be included in the programme,” said Reservoir Hills Sports Club public relations officer Tintin Pillay.
Pillay said community members are encouraged to join in these programmes as the club is affiliated to the various federations. He said squads needed to be selected to participate in the tournaments organised by the federations.
“Ladies volleyball takes place on Sunday afternoons at the Siripat Road Grounds in Reservoir Hills. The club is in the process of selecting a squad to participate in the boxing and table tennis tournaments,” continued Pillay.
The sports club called all volleyball enthusiasts to assemble last Sunday with the aim of starting a women’s volleyball league.
“We are planning to meet every Sundays at 4pm at Siripat Grounds. The session will start with basic warm up and some volleyball coaching. This would enable those that have not played but want to start playing with the tools to enjoy this exciting game,” continued Pillay.
Sport is an excellent way to keep the children away from the negative and unsavory activities.
Community members who want to assist the club in any way or take full benefit from the programmes on offer at no cost whatsoever can contact Tintin Pillay on 072-616-1116 or 078-043-2132.