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Emalahleni Kasi Cup engage to top gear

According to Trevor Dube of Sports Wrap and the tournament organiser, all Covid-19 protocols and regulations apply

A soccer festival that aims to bring back the old elements of the game where the winning team takes home money with a sheep to celebrate the festive. It will take place at KwaGuqa.

The first game kicked off on Tuesday, December 15 at Ackerville. Teams will register players, and they will play in one team throughout the tournament.

According to Trevor Dube of Sports Wrap and the tournament organiser, all Covid-19 protocols and regulations apply.

Fans are expected to wear their masks and keep to social distancing.

Day 1 Fixtures:

08:00 Boundry FC v Ackerville u.15

09:00 Witbank Utd v One Touch u.15

10:00 Witbank City v Jane Furse FC

11:15 Phulixolo FC v The Zone

12:30 One Touch v Gesh XI

13:45 Boundry FC v Morning Stars

15:00 Witbank City v One Touch

16:30 Phulixolo FC v Boundry FC

The six u.15 teams are:

  • Boundry FC
  • Ackerville United FC
  • Witbank United FC
  • One Touch Academy
  • Emalahleni FC
  • Phoenix FC

The eight teams for the draw will be: 

  • Witbank City football club
  • Jane Furse football club
  • One Touch Academy
  • Gesh XI
  • Phulixolo football club
  • The Zone
  • Boundry football club
  • Morning Stars football club

 

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