CENTURION – Twenty students from Hammanskraal, Soshanguve, Eersterust, Mamelodi, Atteridgeville and Laudium graduated from the ETA College at SuperSport Park on Wednesday 9th March after enrolling in and completing a course in sport administration (at club level).
The graduation ceremony took place in the President Suite at SuperSport Park.
“The ETA College at SuperSport Park has been a centre of excellence and has annually equipped a new generation of graduates.
“The NQF Level 4 of this course is impressive. We salute the students and what they have achieved,” said Jacques Faul, chief executive officer of the Northerns Cricket Union.
“The Unlimited Titans are proud to be associated with the ETA College and other centres of learning. This is part of the implementation of our strategic plan to develop a winning, dynamic Eastern Titans franchise. The focus-areas of our plan are on-field victories, financial break-even for all entities, transformation and effective administration,” added Faul.
“The Titans have made major strides the past year and a half in achieving the objectives of our strategic plan. Producing excellence at club level and bolstering amateur cricket contribute to a sound foundational base at the franchise,” he said.
“One of our incentives is to grow the numbers of cricket-loving and –playing members of the community in Hammanskraal, Soshanguve, Eersterust, Mamelodi, Atteridgeville and Laudium and enhance transformation in the Northerns-area. This graduation will broaden the knowledge-base in these hotspots of cricketing development.”