The FANCAM technology, first used in the Currie Cup at Newlands earlier in the season, was developed in South Africa.
A dashing run forward by Liwzi Chiliza with the ball saw him pass with Mubarak, who set up the perfect lay off for Liwzi to have a shot. It was a brilliant well trained link-up between them.
The tournament caters for men over 40 and women over 30. Chatsworth had four male teams and one female team participating.
The special was well enjoyed by all and a delicious dinner was also served.
The management, officials and players extended their heartfelt appreciation to everyone who helped contribute towards the successful evening and are also looking forward to what 2018 has in store for them.
Unfortunately, the national wonder boy, Kenny Venkatasen was plagued with a severe hamstring injury on a lead of about 60m from the second runner in 400m sprint race.
Over 200 smiling faces greeted him that morning. All of them teens who were eager to prove their skill and have the opportunity to test out the state-of-the-art technology to identify bowling talent in disadvantaged areas – enabled by Audi.
Vincent Subramani, who is relatively new member, put on a superb performance.
Due to this impressive win, the team are now training extremely hard to take on the premier league next season where they will be up against various football clubs throughout the area.
This tournament is made up of 10 teams from countries such as India, Malaysia, Sri-Lanka, Indonesia, Singapore, UAE, Mauritius, South Africa, Italy and England.
The team led by GN Moodley and ably supported by Sunny Kuppusamy and Neela Chetty emerged the eventual winners.