●Cricket: Building Bridges – The Legacy of Bob Woolmer


The Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR) of Cape Town, Invites you to attend a seminar – “Building Bridges with Cricket: The Legacy of Bob Woolmer” – on Tuesday 30th September 2008 – All are welcome and entry is free.

UPDATE: as soon as the transcript of the seminar is ready i will post the link to it! [1st October ’08]

(the seminar is based on the book, “Bob Woolmer’s Art and Science of Cricket”, by Bob Woolmer and Tim Noakes, with Dr Helen Moffett)

The book will be on sale at the event.

CHAIR: Professor Kader Asmal – Professor Extraordinaire in Law, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town


Dr Andre Odendaal – Honorary Professor in History and Heritage Studies, University of the Western Cape and Chief Executive of the Western Province Cricket Association.

Professor Tim Noakes – Director, Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Research Unit, University of Cape Town

Dr Helen Moffett – Freelance writer and academic, Cape Town

DATE: Tuesday 30 September 2008

TIME: 17H30 to 19H00

VENUE: Centre for the Book, 62 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town

RSVP: Lavenia Benjamin
TEL: (021) 689 1005
E-MAIL: lavenia@ccr.uct.ac.za

Website: http://ccrweb.ccr.uct.ac.za/

Photo: curtesy BBC World NewsDay in pictures [No6 ]
Children play cricket on the banks of the River Tawi in Jammu, Indian-administered Kashmir.

One Response to “●Cricket: Building Bridges – The Legacy of Bob Woolmer”

  1. Sounds like a great event and I’d be sure to attend if I were anywhere near it. Bob Woolmer truely was a great man for the game of cricket and his legacy will live on for many generations.

    hoh says:

    i’m so sorry you can’t make it – i will ask the organisers if a transcript can be put on their web site – what do you think?
    i will post details after the event – where to go for the info
    and thanx for your input

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