#PerfectPartnerhip Annoucement



Enhanced Sports are proud to form a partnership with JP21 Project. Both organisations pride themselves on improving the sporting future of young sport enthusiasts.

Since 2011, the vision of Enhanced Sports has been to uplift the standard of coaching for young aspiring hockey players and they have achieved this nationally for their contribution to the hockey fraternity. 2017 is the year Enhanced Sports will expand their reach into other sporting codes like rugby, cricket and netball. Over the years, they have managed to train more than 3500 learners mostly through hockey clinics and super skills programmes, and they will certainly be as impactful in the cricket fraternity.
And what a better launching pad than building a partnership with JP21 Project, one of the most well respected cricket foundations that give back to society through their programmes.

Through this partnership the cross benefits will include, exchange of coaching ideas/techniques, exploring cultural behaviour in schools, and exploring the opportunities for further development of young learners. The partnership also allows the JP21 Project to receive first class coaching from Enhanced Sports which directly impacts their coaches and learners.

In return, Enhanced Sports will be given access to the networks that JP21 Project has developed over the years to augment their new cricket programme.

Leading up to the golf day on 31 August 2017, where the partnership will be officially announced, Enhanced Sports will host a cricket clinic for the learners of JP21 Project at no cost. The day will be recorded by the Enhanced Sports production team and JP21 Project will be given the opportunity to do video analysis with the learners.
We therefore envisage that this will be a meaningful and sustainable partnership, whereby there is an exchange of educational collateral, fundraising opportunities for JP21 Project and it gives Enhanced Sports the opportunity to become a household name associated with cricket in the future.
Included below is more information about Enhanced Sports & JP21 Project.

For more information contact: Erica Wicomb @ 083 526 5143 or erica@enhancedsports.co.za
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We at Enhanced Sports pride ourselves on improving the sporting future of young sports enthusiasts by providing them with excellent coaching in a structured environment but always ensuring that there is a fun element. Our core focus therefore is sports coaching and post-game video analysis.
The company was founded by Chris Gibson and Robert Goslett, in Cape Town in 2011. Our vision is to uplift the standard of coaching for young aspiring athletes in hockey. We are currently expanding into cricket, rugby and netball.

Since 2011 we have offered the following services to our clients:
• Team coaching
• Holiday clinics
• Private coaching
• High performance academies
• Video analysis
• Video productions

Enhanced Sports currently runs 12 hockey clinics per year for hockey athletes from the ages of 6 to 16. In 2017 we will launch our cricket clinics as well as netball and rugby.
Co-founder: Chris Gibson @ 073 045 7061


Founded in 2014, JP21 project is based on a real sincere commitment to re-igniting the passion and enthusiasm for the game of cricket in underprivileged communities and schools, particularly in the Western Cape areas of Mitchell’s Plain and Strandfontein. Our long-term objectives are to promote a positive and healthy lifestyle while at the same time allowing learners to have fun, all while playing cricket. We aim to achieve our objectives through a school cricket league, creating a platform for meaningful interaction and participation amongst the identified learners. From social development interventions to promoting healthy lifestyle living and importantly for learners to have fun playing cricket, in addition, the project strives to identify and develop talent and skills of learners and provide a specialized programme for this. The core of the project lies in the authenticity and integrity of the management of the project with one goal; to serve the communities and learners. Empowering teachers (coaching coaches, umpires and scorers) by:

 Up skill teachers through coaching and umpiring courses
 Revitalising cricket facilities in schools
 Establishments of recognized and formal leagues
 Providing schools with equipment
 Providing opportunities social interaction with learners using external service
 providers
 Building partnerships with various stakeholders
 Establishing a Fundraising program
 Introducing “Lets pray” (Youth ministry program) to the community
 Establishing a holiday program
 Providing Winter nets

Project Manager: Jamaine Cloete @ 072 606 5014