In the quest for victory and learning about sportsmanship, local primary schools recently participated in a soccer league.
Amajuba School’s under 11 and under 13 girl’s soccer teams are two of the teams which proved to be a force to be reckoned with. “The league started at the beginning of the third term and concluded on September 18,” explains their always committed coach, Frank Bromfield.
Both teams worked hard to get through to the semi-finals, where they performed exceptionally well, says Bromfield.
With unrivalled passion, teamwork and a desire to win, the u/11 girls clinched the win during the finals. The team is ecstatic and looking forward to excelling in future matches.
Lelo Nkwanyana of the u/11 team secured the title of top goal scorer for the league, by scoring a staggering nine goals. Impressively, teammate, Shenka Breytenbach is classified as the second top goal scorer. During the league, Shenka scored six goals. That is a jaw-dropping 15 goals between the two of them.
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The u/13 team took second place in the u/13 division. A position which their coach is proud of.
“I want to thank Fritz Stucky of Stucky Motors for sponsoring the u/11 girl’s their kit, as well as Steven Olivier of BSS Engineering for sponsoring the u/13 girls their kit,” Coach Frank concludes.
Drakensberg Primary School’s U/11 boys’ team took the win in their division. Drakensberg’s U/11 and U/13 girls took third place in their respective divisions.
Well done to all the participating schools. With the aim of promoting soccer and sportsmanship, the league proved to be an enjoyable experience for everyone.
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