Following two donations on the KZN North Coast and Newcastle, the Power Plate Legacy Project along with the Prime Sports Development Trust, Virgin Active South Africa and the KZN Department of Sport and Recreation rolled out two more Power Plate training machines at Howick High School.
In the picture: At the recent handover at Howick High School (from left), Howick High principal Lauren Farquharson, deputy manager at the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sport and Recreation Jay Mannikam and Prime Trust Representative Brendon Goodenough.
Picture: Supplied/Gameplan Media
Mannikam praised the work by Power Plate and the Prime Trust, and also Howick High School for committing to be a “Sports Focus School”.
Jump at the opportunity
“When these opportunities come about we want schools to jump at the opportunity,” Mannikam said. “It is great for a school like Howick High to be given the chance to push their athletes to that next level.
Howick High School Principal Lauren Farquharson said the passion of the people involved in the Power Plate Legacy Project is unrivalled.
Drives us to push harder
“To see people with such drive and positive energy is inspiring.
“This drives us here at Howick high to push for positive results and we want our athletes to have that same passion and drive.”
Brendon Goodenough, who represents the Prime Trust, is hoping that by helping to uplift sport at Howick High School some of these pupils could feed into the elite athlete system.
“Public schools like Howick have an important role to play in sports transformation and in the generation of sporting role models for the youth.” – Nick Tatham, Gameplan Media