Muvsports awards outstanding players, stakeholders
CHIKOMBA — Chivhu based Taekwondo Club, Muvsports honoured 10 players at its first awards ceremony held last Saturday at Liebernberg High School.
The 10 award categories included stakeholders and all winners walked away with certificates and trophies.
Chikomba Rural District Council (RDC) Procurement Officer, Precious Madziwanzira was the guest of honour. Zimbabwe national Taekwondo Coach, Master Ndaona Kembo also attended the ceremony.
Ekranchimiyo Cee Muvuti was awarded the best of the best award. The best International Kyorugi representative award was snatched by Jahmial Tegere from Good Hope Junior School and Tinotenda Kufandirori of Muvsports. Kufandirori is a two time bronze medallist at region five youth games. Good Hope Junior School was also awarded as the best stakeholder supporter institution while Jacqueline Neshiri was adjudged the best stakeholder parent.
Madziwanzira congratulated all award winners for their hard work and dedication towards the sport.
Master Kembo conducted a grading lesson in which several Taekwondo students were given belts based on their skill level.
Muvsports club founder, Givemore Muvuti said the ceremony was meant to recognise players for their remarkable achievements throughout 2023.
He also urged parents, school authorities and community members to continue supporting the sport for the club to continue impacting the lives of players.
“I felt the need to appreciate the players who achieved for the district, province and the nation through Taekwondo. Extending a token will go a long way in encouraging these kids to stay out of drugs,” said Muvuti.
He founded the club in 2015 and it has gone on to participate at numerous national and international competitions scooping several accolades.
Muvsports opened another club at Mount Sunset Primary School in Gutu late last year.