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Clapham High School from Gauteng were crowned the 2015 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup champions after beating Sukuma High School from KwaZulu-Natal 5 – 0 in the final match that took place in Soweto today.   Clapham is the only school to have won the tournament twice (they won in 2013), and they take home R1 million to be spent on legacy projects that will make a difference to the school and all its learners. Sukuma put on a fine performance, and to have reached the national finals on their first attempt in the tournament is an amazing achievement.  The school…
The second day of the under-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup soccer tournament, currently underway at the Nike Training Centre in Soweto, saw the teams affiliated to PSL clubs shine through with some superb individual performances pointing to the future Bafana Bafana team being one to be reckoned with.   Clapham, who educates the Mamelodi Sundowns Academy players, had an excellent day winning both their games finishing top of Group A.  They beat Walmer High School from the Eastern Cape 7 – 0 with a hattrick by Keletso Magalwa, which put him top of the goalscoring table (5) and two goals…
18 Schools have gathered at the Nike Training Centre in Soweto to compete for the biggest U/19 schools tournament in Africa. The total sum of money to be given away in this tournament is a whooping R3.2M with the winner walking away with a million rands and the rest will be shared amongst runners up and other winners. This is how the schools were grouped: GROUP A A1 KZN SUKUMA HIGH SCHOOL A2 EC WALMER HIGH SCHOOL A3 MP SIZWAKELE HIGH SCHOOL A4 KZN INGABADE HIGH SCHOOL A5 GT CLAPHAM HIGH SCHOOL A6 FS DR R CINGO HIGH SCHOOL GROUP B B1 WC DESMOND TUTU HIGH…
The Under-19 Mpumalanga Kay Motsepe Schools Cup Provincial Finals take place on 26th September at the Themba Sinamela Stadium in Middleburg and will coincide with the Department of Education’s Sports Olympics.   There will be four teams competing for the R100 000 provincial winner’s cheque.  The reigning champions, St Marks School from Nelspruit, will be in action again this year, and competing for their first title will be Sizwakele Secondary School from Secunda and team manager, David Nzima, believes that it is time a different school won the provincial title.   Sizwakele have been playing in the tournament since its…
Rustenburg’s Keledi Secondary School has qualified to play in the North West Uunder-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup provincial finals in their first year of entering the competition.   The finals will be held at the Montshiwa Stadium in Mafikeng on Saturday 12th September and Lawrence Sedumedi, the team’s manager, is confident that they will proceed from there to the national finals in Soweto from 7th to 10th October.   Keledi is the school that the players in the Platinum Stars Academy attend and that, according to Sedumedi has made all the difference.   “We have 17 players that are part…
The Northern Cape under-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup Provincial Finals take place at the Robert Gunda Stadium in Upington on Saturday, 29 August.  There will be five regional winners competing for the   R100 000 first prize and a chance to play in the national finals.   Representing the Francis Baard District will be Kimberley’s Tetlanyo High School, who are in the provincial playoffs for the first time since they began playing in the tournament in 2011.   Phineas Seema, the team coach, is thrilled that they have progressed further than ever before and he attributes this to hard work. “All…
Benny’s Sports Development and Academy are the Limpopo Kay Motsepe Schools Cup champions for the fifth time.  They beat Mammoka High School 4 – 1 in a penalty shoot on Saturday at the Mahwelereng Stadium in Mokopane.  Both teams qualify for the national finals taking place in Soweto from 5 – 10 October.   Justice Matloga has coached all five teams to victory and admits that every year is challenging. “Each year is a different experience, we never know what to expect it’s not like we have a formula figured out or anything,” he said. This year’s team is a…
Port Elizabeth’s Walmer High School beat Pangalele Secondary School on penalties to be crowned the Eastern Cape under-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup Provincial soccer champions.   Not only does the school qualify for the national finals in October, but also get the R100 000 provincial first prize to use to fund legacy projects at the school that will benefit the students as well as the broader community. All is not lost for Pangalele as they also qualify for the national finals and stand a chance to win the R1 million first prize or R600 000, R500 000 or R400 000…
Bloemfontein’s HTS Louis Botha beat Dr Reginald Cingo Secondary School from Kroonstad on penalties to emerge as the under-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup Free State provincial champions.  They take home R100 000 prize money and automatically qualify for the national finals where they get the chance to increase their winnings.  In terms of the rules of the competition Dr Reginald Cingo also qualify for the provincial finals.   HTS Louis Botha last won the title, and went on to finish second in the national finals of the tournament in 2013, and their coach, Prince Sani, said they were always confident…
The Eastern Cape Provincial Finals in the Kay Motsepe Schools Cup, sponsored by the Motsepe Foundation and Sanlam, take place at Walmer High School in Port Elizabeth on Saturday 15th August.   In the finals this year, despite the fact that this is the first time they have participated in the competition are Tsholomqa High School of East London. Their coach, Lilixa Ntebe, said they became aware of the tournament two years ago by a SASFA representative in their area. “This year we decided to research and get as much information as we could about the tournament and to register,”…
The under-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup, sponsored by Sanlam and the Motsepe Foundation, has reached the provincial final stage with Free State hosting the first.  The final will take place at HTS Louis Botha High School in Bloemfontein at 9am on Saturday, 8 August.   There is plenty at stake as the winners of each of the provincial titles will get R100 000 to spend on educational and sporting projects at their schools, and the top two sides in each province will go through to the national finals in October where there will be even more funding up for grabs,…
The Motheo regional finals in the under-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup competition take place at Bloemfontein’s HTS Louis Botha on Saturday 1st August, with the winner and runner-up going through to the Free State provincial finals happening a week later (8th August) at the same venue. A school that is not new to the tournament is HTS Louis Botha, having finished in second position in 2013, and will be back in action again on Saturday.  Coach, Prince Sani said they are happy to have made it this far, but are focussed on the next step – the Free State provincial finals…
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