Diary – Day 6 – Saturday 24 September
Six finalists waiting to give there presentations ( Lwandile, Andrea, Chloe, Nicola, Jane and Michael)
Today was Asia Day at the World Youth Hockey Promoter Festival! The Youth Promoters from
We then had a Club Development workshop which was presented by Ana. In this we learned that everyone needs to be a keystone in order to get things done.
We also went through the benefits of an action plan when creating a club. This was followed by a mini debate where questions were put forward about hockey clubs and we had to either agree or disagree with the statement and give our reasons. This was a great exercise.
We then had to do a presentation as a Club Board where we prepared a club under different guidelines in our groups, based on the purpose, design structure, action plan, name and location.
The highlight of the day was the presentation from the six finalists: Lwandile Simelane (
They presented their projects to an international jury and the FIH Executive Board.
The winner was Michael Steinmann from
The day ended with the Youth Panel giving a presentation which a lot of us signed up for and they we went to watch some more hockey!
Participants - World Youth Hockey Promoter Festival
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