There were feedback sessions where the SA U/19 players were able to give valuable feedback about their Bangladesh tour. Most of the boys made it to where they are now by being part of KFC mini cricket at junior levels. They had all thanked the sponsors and those involved in developing the sport. The boys were well supported by Omphile Ramele (4-Day Cricket Cape Cobras Captain). Emmanuel Sebereme shared his life story about his growth and the journey that took him to SA; walking all the way from Rwanda to Cape Town at the tender age of 5. He reflected on his journey and how he started playing cricket KFC Mini cricket and later joining Peninsula C.C.
The RPC/HUBS coaches where handed over with their KFC Mini Cricket Equipment to go out and enrol KFC Mini Cricket in all the RPC/HUBS for the 2015/16 season. The seminar was closed with the handover of the trophy to the KFC Mini Cricket of the Year Award to Mr. Andile Mtambeka who has been coaching Mini Cricket for 17 years in Litha PS in Gugulethu. The seminar was closed with a Gala dinner as a means of thanking all the volunteers, coaches and player for keeping the game of cricket alive in schools and at club levels by implementing the KFC Mini Cricket programme.