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coach Athi wins Bronze at World Champs (2023)
Our board member and old rower Athenkosi won Bronze as coach with his rowers at the Junior World Championships in Paris. It's the first World Champs medal for a Nemato Change a Life member. coach Athi with Bronze at World Champs
Nemato rower as coach at World Champs (2022)
Athenkosi Hlekani is the first Nemato member to go to World Championships as coach. He coached the South African junior pair at the World Champs in Italy. coach Athi with his team for World Champs
old manager in Tunisia (2022)
After organising many overseas trips for Nemato members, our old manager Lunga now represented South Africa himself: 1st African Rowing Beach Sprint Championships in Tunisia. Lunga in Tunisia
first National Club Champions (2015)
The first Nemato team to win gold at the National Junior Club Championships. Odwa and Mihlali winning National Club Champs
rower to England (2017)
Odwa Ntamo is our fist rower to compete overseas: he went to Henley, London and Oxford in England. Odwa rowing in England
Sport for Social Change Network (2009)
We are a founder member of the Sport for Social Change Network Southern Africa. founder member of the Sport for Social Change Network
Olympians (2012)
Nemato rowers in a session with the South African Olympic Gold medalists. rowing with Olympian Champions
SA Sports Awards (2008)
We were shortlisted for and invited to the South African Sports Awards. South African Sports Awards
first Eastern Cape Champion (2008)
Athenkosi Hlekani was our first provincial junior champion in single-scull. Athi wins Eastern Cape Champs
Boat Race Award (2007)
Our eight won the Most Improved Boys Award at Schools Boat Race. our eight winning Most Improved Boys Trophy
overseas visitors (2008)
We had visitors from many overseas rowing clubs like Eton College and Leander from England. rowing with Eton College boys
opening (2006)
Nemato Rowing Club was officially opened on Youth Day, June 16 2006, by National Minister of Sport Stofile. our opening by Minister Stofile
Jack Cheetham Award (2006)
We won the prestigious Jack Cheetham Award as best development sports club in South Africa. we won the Jack Cheetham Award

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