COSAFA Castle Cup to leave coaching legacy in North West

The COSAFA Castle Cup will once again be used as a vehicle to effect positive change with the development of 40 coaches from across South Africa’s North West province.

The accredited Level D Coaching Course will staged in Rustenburg ahead of the COSAFA Castle Cup, which will be staged in the region from June 25 to July 9, where the best talent from the Southern African region will be on display.

The course, to be run by CAF Instructor Zunaid Mall, will be held at the Rustenburg Recreation Centre from June 20-23.

The coaches will then be put through their paces at the Mogwase Stadium on June 24 when 100 children will arrive for a clinic and the coaches will put their theory into practise.

The Coaching Course is part of the legacy the COSAFA Castle Cup will leave in the North West, and is in line with the mission of COSAFA to develop not just players, but coaches and administrators too.

All media are invited to the Mogwase Stadium on Saturday, with the coaching clinic to run from 09h00 to 12h00.

The COSAFA Castle Cup was first played in 1997 and this year will include East African guest nation Tanzania.