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Phoebe Support CSFC Players

Phoebe Encouragement and Support to CSFC Players

About Players:The club has junior Team with age ranging from 10-28 years which is playing in Northern Region League, YES Program and Mbare District League for junior girls. This teamact as a feeder to the main Senior Team. However the club has managed to produce good players and playing a vital row in development. Since the club has managed to produce good players. Lack of financial and other technical resources have seen more competition from other clubs to have our players on their teams. However the club has provide yearly players for Zimbabwe National Youth Games, National Under 20 ( Young Mighty Warriors) and Senior National Team (Mighty Warriors)

Lilian Masase has become the first player to be represent the Club Internationally. She was chosen among 20 youth from all sport to represent Zimbabwe in sports exchange program under Sports Recreation Commission (SRC) for a year from August 2011 to June 2012 in Oslo Norway. Also Bridget Chandamale she has managed to get the same opportunity under SRC from this year September 2014 to August 2015 in Oslo Norway.

The Development Plan:Cyclone Stars has partnered Vainona High School from 2011 up to date,this has enabled Cyclone Stars F.C having Development Squad (Juniors) enrol at the school with age range 13 - 16 years. So far Vainona won Girls Coca Cola Trophy consecutive years 2011and 2012 with Junior Starlets. Greater Bhande (Team Cpt) winning the Player of the Tournament award twice (2011 and 2012). A total of junior players are at Vainona High School

Players Achievements:The Senior players at the club who have managed to attend Level 1 Football Coaching Course through Cyclone Stars efforts are Felistas Muzongondi, Primrose Chijiri and Bridget A Chandamare. Also have a player awarded as the most promising player from LM Auctioneers 2012 Tournament Tinotenda Sadziwa a 13 year old. Bridget Chandamare will also be representing Zimbabwe in Oslo Norway from September 2014 to August 2015.

Plans and Programs of Action: To assist our players with life after football skills by incorporating them in football areas. like Refereeing, Coaching, Administration and Sports medicine (First Aid) . To be build a team that has a proper and professionals structure for development of sport and life skills.To be a top team in performance for excellence on and off the field of play and participating local and international matches as a way of improving players, officials club relations and built better players and club image.

Areas in need of Assistance: Training equipment; Balls, Bibs, Cones, Training Kit . Match Kit,Track suites and Boots. Medical Kit. Transport for Training and Away Matches .Game allowances and winning bonuses.
All sports kits were donated by Ben Van Nes, from Sussex for Africa

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