Naph set dates for competitions

HARARE - The National Association of Primary School Heads (Naph) has set dates for their provincial and national athletics competitions.

Midlands Province will get the ball rolling when they host their meet at Gokwe Centre on February 20 with Mashonaland Central Province hosting their event on March 3 at Trojan Mine Stadium.

Bulawayo and Harare provinces will then host their athletics meet on March 13 at White City Stadium and the National Sports Stadium respectively.

On the same day, Manicaland, Mashonaland West and Mashonaland East will also be staging their events at Sakubva Stadium, Chinhoyi and Ruware Primary School respectively.

Matabeleland South and Matabeleland North provinces will also stage their athletics meets on March 13 at Pelandaba Stadium and Loziba Primary School respectively.

Once the provinces have completed their competition all roads will lead to the Trojan Mine Stadium for the Naph National Athletics Championships to be held between March 24 and 27.

It is at these national championships where Naph will select their representatives for this year’s Cosasa Games.

Naph national spokesperson Elton Sinyosi said they are grateful to their sponsors Nestle Zimbabwe for their continued support for their events.

“We are glad that we have had a great relationship with Nestle Zimbabwe since 2012 up until to this day,” said Sinyosi.

“They have been supporting us since then and we are grateful for the working relationship we have with Mr Fari Munetsi, who is Nestle Zimbabwe’s Corporate Affairs Manager.”

This year’s competition will be stages under the theme: “Eat Well, Play Well and Grow Well”.

“The purpose of our theme this year is that we want to promote a healthy eating habit in our children so that we can combat against communicable diseases like diabetes and malnutrition.”

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