Teboho Mokwena Games were held in Thokoza Sam Ntuli Stadium from 18 to 21 March 2017 with nine netball teams and eight u/17 soccer teams participating.
Khosi Puso, project co-ordinator of the games said, “Teboho Mokwena Games are all about bringing young people together and encouraging them to take soccer and netball as a career.”
He said they partnered with many organisations to make these games a success. “We work with well organised teams that are registered with Local Football Association (LAF). The winning team took home soccer strips, medals and trophies,” said Puso. Aurum and Chaps men’s clinic was also present for individuals who want to know more about the HIV/AIDS and circumcision. Teboho Mokwena Games gets its funding through donations from the Department of Sports and also from the Professionals Marketing and Management.
Black Pool won the soccer tournament by defeating K1 FC 5-4 on penalties at the finals.