The principal of the school, A Pillay praised the new soccer arena and said that this certainly gives impetus to their pupils achieving sporting excellence, especially at a time when sports in school is losing focus.
Govender who was pleased with the support shown from parents to ensure the future success of their children complimented the head coach, Sensei Malvin Govender and his team for ensuring the development of these athletes.
In commemoration of this, DAFTA will offer training sessions for the Golden Games which are being held at the Aviswood Grounds in Silverglen soon.
Gary Moodley, spokesman for the club, commended the sponsors and placed on record his sincere thanks to them for their generous sponsorship for the presentation, family day and the 2017 season.
Coach Shakes has always aspired to become a football player from a young age.
This year, a group of 120 determined and fit runners from India participated in the Ultimate Human Race, making it a massive achievement for their country.
Kok described his very first Comrade’s Marathon as wonderful and said it was an exciting event to prepare for and participate in.
The school wishes them well and credit goes to the coaches for a sterling job done with the team.
The presentation took place shortly after the running of the main race.
President of Bayview United, Pat Naidoo said that teacher, Devan Moodley had appealed for assistance and that it why they decided to embark on this social responsibility initiative.
Thousands of local sport fanatics were invited to be part of this prestigious event, which focussed on various sports.