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We are pleased to introduce our Operations Manager who will assist us with the smooth running of the club.  

Lovemore   --   072 823 5011

Lovemore is a Camps Bay resident who matriculated from Camps Bay High School with 3 distinctions.  He is currently studying a BComm, specialising in strategic brand management, at Varsity College and will assist us on a part time basis.

 

Lovemore will be at all training sessions and home matches and will be responsible for the following

  • Registration forms, photos, cards

  • Kit orders and distribution

  • Ensure fields are set up for training and matches

  • Take registration of coaches and members

  • Ensuring club rules are adhered to 

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"Due to the Coronavirus disease pandemic, there will be no Gothia Cup this summer. After consulting with the Swedish Public Health Agency and the WHO, we have come to the decision to cancel the tournament, for the first time since the beginning in 1975.
Though we feared this would happen, we have until now hoped that it wouldn’t end this way. We are devastated about the fact that we won’t be able to welcome you to Gothenburg this summer and kindly ask for your understanding. We hope that all of you – players, leaders, referees, volunteers, partners and collaborators – will be able to be part of Gothia Cup next year instead" (repost from @gothiacup_official)

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ANNUAL CAMPS BAY SOCCER JUNIOR 2019 TOURNAMENT:

The Annual Camps Bay Soccer Junior Tournament was held from 8th to 9th June 2019. It was once again very successful with positive feedback provided by many of the Clubs in attendance.

 

We had a total of 74 teams participating in the tournament in age groups u8, u9, u10, u11, u12 and u14 – who were very satisfied with both the level of competition and well as the spirit in which the tournament was played.

Unfortunately as with many tournaments there is always some down side – this year the biggest challenge that we faced as a club was an incident in one of our u8 group stages – this incident was addressed immediately at the tournament and then further on a Club level after the tournament. It is a real pity that incidents happen at events when we as clubs do everything in our power to ensure that everything runs smoothly. Our aim as a club is to ensure that football is played and enjoyed by all, to create friendships and bonds between clubs and to create positive environment for kids to develop and grow – we as a club will continue to strive to create a positive environment for kids to grow and be nurtured.