Robinvale’s coach, Anthonio Michaels, was delighted with their performance. “We have played Cloetesville on a number of occasions, but this is the first time that we have beaten them,” he said. “For the past four years we have been eyeing COPA Coca-Cola as a tournament to win and we have finally made it to the next level, the national finals, which is very exciting.”
Peninsula Beverages corporate social investment manager, Denise Green, said, “The COPA Coca-Cola initiative forms an important part of our ‘Live for a Difference Campaign’. Coca-Cola sponsors this tournament as it encourages learners to foster a healthy lifestyle through competitive sport; this active health lifestyle fits in well with the objectives of the ‘Live for a Difference’ campaign. We wish the competitors all the best for the finals and look forward to seeing the final results.”
Robinvale now join Masibonisane High School from KwaZulu-Natal; Kabelo Secondary School from Limpopo, Are-Fadimeheng Secondary School from Northwest and Johannesburg Secondary School from Gauteng at the COPA Coca-Cola National Finals, in Johannesburg from 12 to 14 July.
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