Vitae Sports, a leading international sports management company representing leading athletes and coaches worldwide has added Zimbabwe women’s cricket team prodigy Kelis Ndhlovu to its star-studded list of clients following her remarkable rise in international women’s cricket.
She might be aged just 16 but Ndhlovu is already the leading talent in the Zimbabwe side which narrowly missed out on their maiden qualification for next year’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.
The United Kingdom-based Viate Sports who represent global cricket stars such as Pakistan’s Azhar Ali, England’s James Bracey and Emma Lamb and West Indies’ Kevin Sinclair among others confirmed Ndhlovu’s acquisition on Monday.
“We are delighted to welcome Zimbabwe Cricket teenage sensation Kelis Ndhlovu to the team. Kelis is one of the most exciting young players in women’s cricket playing 15 T20 internationals at the age of 16, averaging 23, 75 with the bat and just 11, 46 with the ball,” Vitae Sports said in a statement on their social media platforms.
Vitae Sports is an international sports management company representing leading athletes and coaches worldwide and seeks to provide a service and relationship that covers all of the modern-day athlete’s needs.
The company assists both established international stars looking to increase their profile and opportunities and the young prospect starting out, needing guidance in a sometimes-daunting sporting world or a professional coach who is looking to unlock their potential in this new era of opportunity.
The teenage sensation is part of Zimbabwe’s Women Under-19 team that will play in the inaugural ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa next year.
NEW SIGNING…we are delighted to welcome @ZimCricketv teenage sensation Kelis Ndlhovu to the team. Kelis is one of the most exciting young players in women's cricket playing 15 T20 internationals at the age of 16, averaging 23.75 with the bat and just 11.46 with the ball! pic.twitter.com/eBnAcKiRHu
— Vitae Sports (@vitaesportsuk) October 17, 2022