Folweni High Schools enjoy netball and soccer at the Sports Against Crime tournament.
“Games started at 9am and ended at 2pm. It was a day where children interacted in a healthy social environment and had a lot of fun playing soccer and netball,” said Folweni SAPS communications officer, W/O Ndlela.
Folweni SAPS focused on crime awareness, drugs and substance abuse, urging pupils to make healthy choices and have fun doing sports instead of involving themselves with drugs and alcohol.
“Teenagers today need to know that a team sport is fun. One doesn’t always have to participate by playing but even supporting the players or a team is fun. I believe the sports day united different types of teenagers all over Folweni in some friendly sports. We believe sports can fight and minimise crime.”
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