Score, one of South Africa’s most popular energy drinks, has been touching lives as the proud supporter of Living Legends Touch Rugby for the past six years.
As the sponsor since 2013 of three Score Living Legends teams entered each year into the Hot Summer of Touch beach circuit, Score supports the objectives of this Stellenbosch based youth development organisation, to help empower communities to change lives through sport.
The 19th Hot Summer of Touch series held annually on popular beaches along the Western and Southern Cape Coast, kicks off in Camps Bay on 7 December and ends in Hartenbos on 31 December. The series comprises eight tournaments with over 300 teams competing.
The Score Living Legends Open, Under 15’s and Professional (Pro) teams are all regular participants. Walking away as 5-time victors of the series over the past 8 years, the Pro team has built a solid reputation that has opened doors for many of the players.
“Score is built on the fundamentals of paying it forward and it is great to play a part in Living Legends’ main focus of contributing towards the empowerment of South African communities through the unity of sport. We hope to inspire people to develop their potential and build better lives for themselves and those around them,” says Brand Manager Limise Mxatule, reinforcing Score’s commitment to nurture and support young people to become leaders and make a difference in their own lives and their communities.
With the assistance of Caylix Sport, Living Legends has unlocked a passion for touch rugby in the Helderberg area. By establishing a touch rugby culture for players between the ages of 16 and 24, these youths have an alternative “family” to which they can belong and be inspired for the future. Powered by Score Energy Drink, the interest in touch rugby has grown to such an extent that its development has spread to all the areas where Living Legends has a foothold.
In an effort to reach even more youngsters, the Score Living Legends Pro team will be hosting a rugby clinic during the Hot Summer of Touch at the Gustrouw Community Health Centre in Strand on 13 December 2019. The team enjoys an enthusiastic fan base and has become role models for children in their areas and the Touch Rugby community as a whole in the Western Cape.
For more information on Score, visit www.drinkscore.co.za. Keep up with the latest action by joining the Score community on www.facebook.com/DrinkScore and follow @drinkscore on Twitter and Instagram.
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