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Johandrie's Dream of Dubai

Johandrie's Dream of Dubai

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Johandrie Peens of the Wittedrift High School has been selected to represent the YOUTH SPORT ACADEMY Invitational Netball side in the International Dubai Netball tournament from 5th December 2019 to 7th December 2019.  Each player was chosen on merit.  This is certainly a great honor and privilege as young 16-year-old netball player to be selected for this intercontinental prestige tournament. 

The YOUTH SPORT ACADEMY teams will compete in the NETBALL OPEN WOMAN.  Johandrie has the necessary skills along with fitness and speed and has varied skills in different situations of the game that make her an asset to the team. She dreams to present her country at the highest level of Netball in the future, and this tournament is the first step to make her dreams come true.

The costs for the tour are the responsibilities of the individual and are R 28 500-00 per individual (dependent on exchange rate), pocket money and private expenses excluded.  This includes airfare, hotel accommodation, food and drinks, kit etc.  Any financial aid that can be offered to the players will be of great help and support to give them the necessary backing to be able to participate at the tournament.  

Your sponsorship will make her believe in herself and that her talent has been recognized, by known as well as unknown people and that she deserves to take part in the opportunity to represent her country in this intercontinental tournament. Thank you kindly for your support and assistance in making Johandrie Peens’ dream come true.


Donations to date

R 0.00

Fundraising target

R 38 000.00

Johandrie Peens Netball Cause

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My name is Jolanda Peens I am raising funds for my daughter Johandrie Peens who has just been selected to represent the Youth Sport Academy in the Dubai International Netball Tournament, taking place in December.  This is an incredible opportunity for Johandrie, who has put her heart and soul into netball over the last couple of years.