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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…
St Francis College from Marianhill in Pinetown are the new KwaZulu-Natal champions of the COPA Coca-Cola U15 Football Tournament.   The school won the provincial tournament hosted by Coca-Cola in conjunction with the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), held at the Ulundi Regional Stadium in Ulundi on Saturday after…
Mamelodi Sundowns FC has come aboard to assist the under-12 Bree Primary School team prepare for the Danone Nations Cup World Finals happening in Morocco between the 23rd and 25th October.   On Saturday, 22 August, a friendly match took place between Bree the Mamelodi Sundowns U13 development team which…
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…
The under-19 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup Limpopo Provincial Finals take place at the Mahwelereng Stadium in Makopane on 22 August. Games kick-off at 9.30am. There will be five regional winners participating with the winning school getting R100 000 to spend on legacy projects that will benefit not only the school…
Young Siyanda Ngubo’s international football career started when he was just 12 years old when he represented Bree Primary School in the 2008 Danone Nations Cup world finals in France.  Since then he has been with the Orlando Pirates development academy and has played for the under 17, under 19…
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…

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