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EMBERS of the SA Police Service (SAPS) in KwaZakhele, Port Elizabeth are looking for information on the whereabouts of Nothemba Thanda in connection with child abandonment and fraud.

Pamela Rubushe. Rubushe is the only one Nothemba could not con, she told PE Express Indaba. “She came to me asking for money because the father of her child had

Thanda (31) of KwaZakhele gave birth to a premature baby through a caesarian section at Dora Nginza Hospital two weeks ago. But she disappeared while the nurses were treating the premature baby at the BG3 Antenatal Ward. Before that, Notemba allegedly stole money and other valuables from unsuspecting nursing sisters. “She came across as someone who was experiencing problems and we fell for her lies and became sympathetic,” said Sr Nokuzola Lawu. Nothemba told them she was raped by a stranger whilst pregnant with her boyfriend’s child. According to Lawu, Nothemba was very convincing when telling the nurses that her boyfriend and the father of her newborn baby had committed suicide. “We became so close to her. We even thought she was suicidal and gave in to her demands,” said Sr Lawu, adding that Nothemba first asked for money to go and bury her boyfriend. Sr Khanyiswa Magidimisi gave her R500. She even went to the nurses’ houses, wore their clothes, slept and used their cellphones “as she was trying to sort out her problems”. The other victim was Sr Nombulelo Fongqo. “She’s a manipulative liar with a sweet tongue. She abused their generosity,” said Senior Social Worker

died. But when I phoned her mother I heard that she was lying. There was no dead boyfriend,” said Rubushe. Before her disappearing act,

Nothemba smsed the nurses pretending to be her mother. But her mother Nqabakazi Thanda (50) knew nothing about it. “The last time I saw her she was brought by

the neighbours - very drunk.” She woke up and disappeared. Nqabakazi has signed papers with Social Workers to look after the new-born.

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Ukunyuka kweentlawulo kukrazula iipokotho TINNEKE GOEDHALS ABAHLALI bakuMasipala ombaxa iNelson Mandela Metro baza kuhlawula ngaphezulu kwiinkonzo zikamasipala. Intlawulo yenyuka ngama 13% ukuthutha iinkunkuma, ugutyulo lwelindle, intlawulo yendlu kunye namanzi ukuqala ngomhla 1 kuJulayi. Kubekho nokonyuka okukhawulezileyo kwintlawulo yombane. Oku kuthatyathwe kwisikali esibukekela esibalwe ngokommiselo wokusetyenziswa kombane ngabahlali. Ngokutsho kukaCarlé Ritter-Erasmus, uManejala Obambeleyo kwiCandelo lezoNxibelelwano, ukunyuka kwentlawulo yeenkonzo kubalulekile ukuze kuphuculwe izinga lokuthunyelwa kweenkonzo ezingundoqo eluntwini. UKobus Gerber, onguSihlalo weRatepayer’s Association, ngakwelinye icala, ukholelwa ukuba oku kwenyuka kwamaxabiso entlawulo kuyabangcikiva abahlawuli egameni lezopolitiko. Uthi umasipala angonga izigidi ukuba angaphungula inkcitho eninzi yangaphakathi nengena msebenzi, efana nokuqeshwa kwezopolitiko. Unike umzekelo kaSoswephu nowamkela R3,6 million umvuzo

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Four die in N2 taxi accident RIAAN MARAIS FOUR people died and ten were injured in a minibus-taxi accident on the N2 near Grahamstown on Saturday. According to police spokesperson, Capt Mali Govender, the taxi was transporting passengers from PE to Grahamstown. The accident occurred at about 8am, approximately 30km from Grahamstown. Some of the passengers were on their way to Pedi for a funeral. “According to the driver he lost control over the vehicle after one of the tyres burst. It overturned and landed on its roof. No other vehicles were involved in the accident,” said Govender.

Traffic came to a stand still as the 14 passengers were lying all over the road and the road had to be closed. An eye witness said shocked passengers and other motorists assisted those who were severely injured until the rescue workers arrived on the scene. The deceased died on the scene of the accident. They were Sebenza Gladys Mahote (62) from KwaZakhele, Nolethu Elizabeth Moanga (59) from New Brighton, Nonkululeko Luvuno (42) from NU 8 Motherwell and Luyanda Matshaya (40) from KwaZakhele. The other passengers were all taken to hospital in Grahamstown and those in a critical condition were taken to PE. A case of culpable homicide is being investigated.

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PARENTS should always take care of their children especially during this time of school vacation. According to Eastern Cape Corporate Communications Lt Col Sibongile Soci, child neglect always comes to the fore during school holidays so police would like to warn parents and care-givers always to put measures in place to ensure the safety of the children. “The South African Police Services (SAPS) places high value on safety of our children. Protection of young lives is, fundamentally, about doing what is right,” said Lt Col Soci. Soci said policing always goes beyond the apprehending of criminals, but as law enforcers, the police acknowledges that the

In committing to be of service, the police have advised that: * Parents must always leave their children with trusted friends; * Parents must always know where their children are playing, and ensure that they do not play with fire or dangerous or poisonous substances; * Parents must minimise the radius of the playing places for their children; * Children must avoid walking alone at night; * Children must avoid consuming alcohol; * Children must be vigilant of friends they meet on social networks, and if they have to meet such persons, they must ensure at all times that they are with friends.

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PE Childline and Family Centre is looking for the mother of Sanelisiwe Funde. The whereabouts of the biological mother known as Nomawethu Funde are unknown. She was last seen in May 2012 in Joe Slovo West informal Settlement where she abandoned the above-named child, who is 15 months old, at a place where she was staying.

The father of the child is known only as Siyabulela and his whereabouts are unknown. Anyone who might have information pertaining to the whereabouts of Nomawethu Funde or the father Siyabulela is asked to contact social worker, Mr N. Ndlovu, at 0 041 453 0441.


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Owen Camagu laid to rest NCEBA DLADLA THE untimely passing of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Senior Traffic Superintendent Mnikelo Owen Camagu (42) has been described as a great loss. Camagu, who was gunned down in a hail of bullets in front of his house in KwaDwesi, Port Elizabeth two weeks ago was laid to rest after a service held at the Nangoza Jebe Community Hall in New Brighton on Sunday. Speaking at the funeral, the Executive Mayor, Councillor Zanoxolo Wayile described Camagu as a highly dedicated and respected officer who took his job very seriously and had a bright future ahead of him. A former trade unionist Cllr Wayile served with Camagu whose “blend of principles, warmth and passion for the issues that affected the communities he served clearly demonstrated his commitment to service,” said Wayile. According to Wayile, Camagu’s passing was a

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Historical mini library for blind launched NCEBA DLADLA HISTORY was made when a pilot project Mini Library (Mini Lib) for the visually impaired was officially launched at Elukhanyisweni Public Library in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage last Thursday. This groundbreaking project, a partnership between the Provincial Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture under MEC Xoliswa Tom, South African National Council for the Blind, SA Library Services and Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality was initiated to provide library services for the blind community. Elukhanyisweni became one of the

seven public libraries in the province provided with furniture, equipment and training accessibility to benefit the visually disabled. The equipment includes audio-readers, text readers, computer soft-ware, Braille books and other services supplied by SA Library for the Blind. According to Portfolio Councillor Andile Mfunda who spoke on behalf of Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Zanoxolo Wayile who could not attend, this minilib showed that “our government cares for the disabled members of our communities.” SA National Council for the Blind chairperson Xolisa Yekani agreed “it would open up new avenues for blind people.” With this kind of support, Yekani said, the blind can achieve any-

thing they set their sights on. “The visually impaired have a constitutional right to access these services. This pilot project in the Eastern Cape has been so successful that we are hoping it will eventually be rolled out across the country,” said Project coordinator, Phumla Mahanjana. Mahanjana said library staff are currently being trained to assist users of the equipment and to identify individuals who could benefit from the equipment. Public library workshops are also held to train and benefit members of the local community on the usage of the equipment and to integrate them with the blind.

Portfolio Councillor Andile Mfunda (left) and Project Coordinator Phumla Mahanjana (right) with a blind person, Lungiswa Mamo. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

Organisations celebrate minilib launch in Uitenhage THE launch of the minilib in Elukhanyisweni Public Library in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage is a start for an integration between members of the community and the blind and partially blind. The SA National Council for the Blind, the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, SA Library Services, Nelson Mandela Bay Councillors and Senior officials, the schools and the cultural organisations spoke in one voice whilst celebrating the historical launch in the Eastern Cape, following one in Humansdorp in 2010. NCEBA DLADLA attended the event and took the photos.

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Bath Rugby Club donates kit NCEBA DLADLA THE United Kingdom based Bath Rugby Club donated rugby kit to benefit the learners of Emsengeni Primary School in Zwide, Port Elizabeth recently. The event, which was attended by EP Rugby CEO Anele Pamba, EP Vice-President Phillip Joseph and some of EP Kings players, was aimed at transforming the lives of under-privileged children through sport. The club from England in association with Bath Minis and LV=SOS delivered 60 items of assorted kit to the rugby mad school which has given birth to a host of rugby players in the region including Siya Kolisi. A delighted school principal Zandile Nocanda mentioned that her school was recognised because of their tireless efforts in rugby development led by teacher Eric Songwiqi. “I don’t know who chose us - but we deserve it. And truth be told, we’re doing well in sport and especially rugby,” said Nocanda proudly.

We are lucky to have friends in higher places. I want to thank Bath for the donations. But we also thank the school’s development initiatives,” said Pamba. “The kit really does change lives, giving children from all different backgrounds and of all abilities the chance to take part in sport. “They feel part of something, and it helps to build their self-esteem and social skills that may have been missing otherwise,” said Gareth Chilcott, former Bath player and ambassador. Current EP Kings player and former Bath player Luke Watson, who also played a part in the donation, said Bath’s partnership would surely help develop rugby in the region. “It will have a huge benefit on the local playing community and help some of the less fortunate children find passion and skill for the game that they may not have had a chance to play otherwise,” said Watson. “We’re so overwhelmed by the reception. It’s unbelievable,” said Bath’s Marketing and Communications Director Jez Curwin at the event.

Boqwana, Loon and Connellan donates to Ikhwezi High School NCEBA DLADLA IKHWEZI LOMSO Comprehensive School learners wrote a letter to thank a Port Elizabeth law-firm Boqwana, Loon and Connellan (BLC) Attorneys for the donations it had made to this Zwide township school. PE Express Indaba has learnt that the school’s relationship with the firm has helped it obtain four concrete benches which are placed strategically under trees around the playground; an honours board on which to put the Top Grade 12 learner’s names each year, two soccer balls, two netball balls and an equal number of rugby balls. “The Sports Committee of Boqwana, Loon and Connellan Attorneys Sports Commitee hosted an Annual Soccer Challenge recently and used the proceeds to purchase the goods to benefit the school,” said BLC spokesperson

Sharon Lottering. The overjoyed learners wrote in part: “Thank you for the kind interest your firm showed in our school. We were overwhelmed by your visit and the hands-on involvement in our well-being. You have helped us to make our school a beacon of hope.” The learners said they were looking forward to recording top learners on the board; an exercise they admit will help inspire and motivate others to give more effort in their studies. They said the garden benches were highly appreciated as they helped to give the learners a sense of dignity in an environment which was otherwise run down and neglected. According to Lottering, the firm assisted two IKhwezi Lomso Comprehensive School learners at the Moot Court Competition in 2010 and was looking forward to assisting two more in the next competition.

IKhwezi Lomso Comprehensive School learners, teachers and Boqwana, Loon and Connellan staff cele­ brating their partnership recently. Photo: SUPPLIED

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kudlala kwi-under 18 Coca-Cola Craven Week libhongo neqhayiya lomdlali webhola yombhoxo osakhulayo. Le yinkolo kaMpho Mbiyozo, odlalela i-EP Kings, nowafumana ithuba lokumela i-Eastern Province kwiCraven Week kwiminyaka embalwa eyadlulayo. esikolo Amakhwenkwe kuzwelonke ayazi ngokubaluleka kokumela iphondo kweyama 49 iU18 Coca-Cola Craven Week, nebanjwa eNelson Mandela Bay Stadium

eBhayi ukuqala ngomhla we 8 ukuya ku 14 Julayi. Le U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week ivunywa njengephambili itumente yamakhwenkwe asesikolweni ehlabathini, neyibhulorho esa kwinqanaba labahlawulelwayo kunye nokumela iqela lesizwe kumbhoxo. “I-Craven Week iphuma phambili kubadlali abaninzi yaye le veki ithatyathwa njengesisiseko somdlalo wombhoxo. Kuhle ukuba le tumente iqhutyelwe apha kule ndawo iyintliziyo yomdlalo wombhoxo eMzantsi Afrika,” kutsho uKhaya Mayedwa weSouth African Rugby Union (SARU). Iinkcukacha-manani zibonisa ama 40% abadlali bombhoxo esi-

Mandela Bay shines in the Western Cape boxing tourney PE EXPRESS INDABA REPORTER BOXING history was made when Nelson Mandela Bay Boxing South Africa (BSA) officials went to supervise a professional boxing tournament in Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape at the weekend. In the fight, Wiseman Kega from George became the Western Cape Junior bantamweight champion after stopping Unathi Mndwana of Plettenberg Bay in the seventh round of their 10-round scheduled fight. “There was a problem in the Western Cape and we were asked by BSA to save the situation,” said BSA Nelson Mandela Bay Service Provider Mthunzi Mapitiza. BSA Western Cape Service Provider Mickey Klaas had a bereavement as his sister had died and was buried in East London on Saturday. His officials had to run a major tournament with international titles at stake in Cape Town on the same day, according to Mapitiza. Mapitiza, together with ring offi-

cials, Ace Makaluza, Prince Mbambaza, Stephen Simon, Lizo Jordaan, Nkosinathi Zamela and PE Express Indaba’s Nceba Dladla (The Master of Ceremonies) helped SWD Development Boxing Promotions of Bongolethu Township successfully run its debut tournament. The tournament was sponsored by the Eden municipality in Oudtshoorn. “Mickey (Klaas) could not be in any of the tournaments. There was no way we (as BSA) on the other hand could let a debutante boxing promoter lose out - it was also the first professional fight in the area. Fans wanted it. There was a lot at stake in the Cape Town fight too - it had to go on so we went out of our way to assist,” said Mapitiza proudly. But Mapitiza was quick to add: “Of course BSA licensees are free to operate anywhere in the country. It is only regional managers or the so-called service providers that operate in regions and provinces. But where there is an overlap, someone must go out and help - so we did and it was a resounding success,” said Mapitiza.

nabo hlanjenje nabadlala kwi-Super Rugby series kulo nyaka eMzantsi Afrika, baphuma eMpuma Kapa. Emva kwe-12 leminyaka, iNelson Mandela Metro iza kusindleka le tumente yeminyaka yabafana abasesikolweni - apha eNelson Mandela Bay Stadium. Le tumente yagqibela ukudlalelwa epha eTelkom Park ngomnyaka ka 2000. Ngamaqela angama 20 aza kuthatha inxaxheba kweyalo nyaka i- U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week – i-18 lala maqela iphuma kumaphondo aliqela oMzantsi Afrika ngeli lixa amaqela amabini emele iZimbabwe neNamibia. Yimidlalo engama 30 eza kudlalwa kule veki, kudlalwa imidlalo emi-5 ngemini- ibe yonke iza kusa-

sazwa kumabona-kude ngokutsho kukaPhillip Joseph, iSekela-Mongameli we-Eastern Province Rugby Union (EPRU). Kukhuthazwa abazali, abafundi abahlobo noluntu jikelele ukuba lubonise inkxaso yalo kubadlali ngethuba lale tumente. Amatikiti yiR50 ipasi leveki ukanti yiR20 ipasi losuku. Abafundi abanxibe iyunifom kunye ne-chaperone yabo baya kuvunyelwa ukuba bangene mahala kumabala aseNMB. I-Eastern Province iza kudlala neFalcons kumdlalo ophambili ngoMvulo umhla July 9 ngo3:30 emva kwemini. ,I-U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week, neyathiywa ngegqala lomdlali, umqeqeshi nomlalwuli wombhoxo

uGqirha Danie Craven, ikhulise uthotho lweentandane zomdlalo wombhoxo eMzantsi Afrika neziphuma kwiinkalo ezahlunekeyo zobomi. Yenza imbali ngokuba yenye yeetumente ezidibanisa iintlanga zonke zeli lizwe, ivulela amasango abadlali bazo zonke iintlanga zoMzantsi Afrika ngoka1980. The EP team: Justin Antonie ( Pearson); Luciano Daniels (Otto du Plessis); Selvyn Davids (Nico Malan); Aidon Davis (Daniel Pienaar); Loxolo Koza (Newton Tech); Bart le Roux (Framesby); Gary Loest (Grey); Johnathan Andries Louw (Nico Malan); Matthew Luke Moore (Brandwag); Johannes Francois Nel (Graeme College); Luan Nieuwoudt (Kroonheuwel); Lloyd Parker (Grey); Sergeal Petersen (Grey); Ernst Stapelberg (Framesby); Roche van Hall (Framesby); CJ Velleman (Grey); Thembalethu Ray Williams (Framesby)

Big prizes up for grabs in Youth Run SELBY MADIKANE THE public is invited to participate in a 4.2 km Youth Run minimarathon at Raymond Mhlaba Sports Centre in Motherwell NU 4B on July 14 at 7am, which is organized by Youth For Change Athletics Club in partnership with Eastern Province Athletics (EPA). However, according to the Club founder and the event organizer Mbulelo Kitas, the race will start and end at Raymond Mhlaba Sport Centre. Kitas highlighted the fact that their fundamental aim of organizing the fun run was to keep the youth off the street and to revive athletics in Motherwell which is characterized by a high rate of crime and alcoholism in particular amongst the youth. Kitas reliably informed PE Express Indaba reporter that ‘big prizes will be up for grabs for almost all the participants.” The running gear will be up for grabs especially for the winners in the Juniors category. Third, fourth and fifth placed finishers will receive medals for their efforts in the junior category. In senior men’s and senior ladies’ sections medals will be awarded to the first 20 fin-

Mbulelo Kitas the race organ­ izer. Photo: SUPPLIED ishers. It does not end there. Lucky draw prizes will be also be drawn after the race,” said Kitas. The safety of the runners is guaranteed as the police, traffic officers

sports and marshalls will do their duties. The entry fee is R5 per athlete and the number to contact Kitas is 0 073 318 2013.

Continental Express LFC wins SAFA NMB ABSA league SELBY MADIKANE

Phumlani Mnabisa receives a trophy from ZAFA President Sabelo Nkuhlu. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Dynamos defended their ZAFA KO title SELBY MADIKANE IT was frenzy and ululations when Dynamos defended their Zakhele FA Knock Out competition title following their 2-1 victory over BUBS in their finals at Wolfson on June 27. The defending champions who were like a house on fire could not afford to lose in front of their hundreds of supporters, but their

counterparts gave a good account of themselves as they did not show any respect to Dynamos. Dynamos earned a hard-fought 1-0 win over the high- riding PE Demos,while BUBS hammered Leeds United 4-1 in their seminals. In the individual awards Dynamos skipper Phumlani Mnabisa and BUBS Sibongiseni Ngwekazi were named as top goal- scorer and goalkeeper of the tournament respectively.

Continental Express skipper Nolubabalo Mbangu is presented with a trophy by SAS­ FA NMB President Mzimkhulu Fina. Standing on the left is Luzuko Hambaze.Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

CONTINENTAL Express made history when they became the SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay ABSA Women’s Regional winners when they walloped their arch-rivals Sophakama with a devastating hammering of 3-0 at Victoria Park High School grounds on June 24. Express had an outstanding season through thick and thin. According to Express mentor Luzuko Hambaze their success was attributed to enthusiasm, sacrifices, dedication, determination and discipline on and off the field. Some results of SAFA NMB ABSA League: .Park United 2-0 PE College .Warriors 3-2 Vulumzi High School .Golden Stars 0-1 Mustangs

CAVALLAS LOSES AT HOME TO DESPATCH SELBY MADIKANE SPRING Rose affectionately called Cavallas played their hearts out despite their 13-36 defeat to gutsy Des-

patch during their EP Grand Challenge Rugby League clash at New Bighton Oval Stadium on June 23. African Bombers came from behind to salvage a well deserved draw 24-24 when they took on Crusaders.

The log leaders NMMU Madibaz gave Harlequins a hiding of 45-15 at Adcock Stadium. In the do-or-die clash Parks did not disappoint their supporters when they secured a very close win of 13-12 against Progress.


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New Bay Stars FC coach revealed during Awards NCEBA DLADLA

Fast XI (maroon) lost 2­1 to Real Strikers Photo: SELBY (blue). MADIKANE

NELSON Mandela Bay Municipality’s Premier Soccer League hopeful, Bay Stars FC has revealed Mark Harrison as the new coach during the team’s Awards Ceremony at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University’s Sport Centre, VIP Lounge last Wednesday. Pessimists who were hoping they (as the management) would lose hope and close shop and that the team did not win promotion to the National First Division must think again, said Lovegrove, during the event which also marked the official closing of the season.

“Instead we’re making huge announcements of the appointment of the globally experienced Head Coach, Mark Harrison and with commitment still continuing with the plans of starting a Football Academy,” said Lovegrove proudly, adding that the technical team would remain unchanged. Harrison comes with a formidable reputation as a player and coach locally and overseas. He has played for Stoke City, Portland and Southampton in England and also for Hellenic in the National Premier Soccer League. He coached Bangladesh National Team, Black Aces, African Warriors, FC Fortune in the National First Division as well as Bristol City and Everton. He told PE Express Indaba that he saw Stars players on the field and was

impressed. “The mandate is clear: I win promotion to the NFD. With the kind of players that I have, I am positive that we’ll do it. This city (Nelson Mandela Bay) deserves a team in the PSL and I’m sure we’ll deliver,” said Harrison. Meanwhile, Leroy van Rensburg received the Player of the Year and Top Goal Scorer of the Year Awards, Lutho Totwana and Mlungisi Zitho took home the Young Player of the Year and the Players’ Player of the Year Awards respectively while Bongani Kama was voted the Most Improved Player of the Year. “They worked hard and deserved rest. We’ll switch them off totally until 23 July, the start of the new season,” said Team manager Nick Myataza.

I­Vutha Celtics iyavutha SELBY MADIKANE I-VUTHA Celtics ixuthe intlaka emlonyeni weBlack Eagles nebijonge ukudlala kwi-Zakhele Football Association (ZAFA) Premier League kwisizini ezayo xa ibiyibhulela oogqirha nezicaka ngo 3-0 kumdlalo weZAFA First Division kumabala aseWolfson ngomhla wama23 kweyeSilimela. Umdlali weCeltics nobevutha amalangatye nguVuyo Menzi nowaziwa ngegama elinguSong uwafake omathathu emnatheni la manqaku okuphumelelisa iqela lakhe.I-Eagles iwugqibe lo mdlalo ngabadlali abasithoba emva kokuba abadlali bayo benikwe

ngusompempe amakhadi abomvu. Nazi ezinye iziphumo zeZAFA First Division: .PE Demos w/o-0 Moonlight City .Black Eagles 4-1 Island City .Ghetto XI w/o – 0 Fast XI .Ford Pirates 0-w/o Juventus .Burning Flames 0-5 Dynamos .Mazepa 0-1 Vutha Celtics .NUBS 5-0 Real Strikers .Juventus 4-1 Mazepa .Ghetto XI w/o –0 Ford Pirates .Island City 2-1 XI Masters .Dynamos w/o-0 Moonlight City .Burning Flames 0-1 City All Stars .Real Strikers 2-1 Fast XI .PE Demos 1-1 XI Masters

Bay Stars FC MD Tony Lovegrove is flanked by Graham Harrison (left) the old coach and the new coach Mark Harrison. Graham will not be lost to the club but will be assisting with the Academy Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

NEBFA Marina Sea Salt Junior league enterprising games SELBY MADIKANE ALL roads led to Railway Compound grounds when New Brighton Football Association(NEBFA) Marina Sea Salt Junior league enterprising games drew scores of spectators on June 24. The games were organized for U-9, U-11 and U-13 teams which treated the fans to a football of high standard. The full weekend results: U-9 Section: .Real City 1-1 City Strikers .City Lads 0-0 PE Sundowns

U-11 Section: .City Strikers 2-0 B.Bafana .City Defenders 2-0 Real White City .B.Bafana 2-0 Bush Bucks .Amakhosi 1-4 Eastern Jumpers .Friendly City 5-0 Red City .CCX Callies 2-0 City Lads .PE Sundowns 1-1 Friendly City U-13 Section: .City Defenders 2-2 Eastern Jumpers .City Strikers 2-0 Dodgers .PE All Stars 0-2 Amakhosi .Bush Bucks 2-0 Silver United .City Lads 4-Real White City .PE United 2-1 Bold Tigers

The Bush Bucks U­13 team is one high–riding sides.

ZAFA Junior league thrilling games SELBY MADIKANE ZAKHELE Football Association (ZAFA) junior league thrilling games kept the fans on their feet right from the first game up to the last game at Wolfson on June 24. In the only U-9 game which was played, Brazil Brothers thumped Ghetto XI with whopping score of 4-1.

The two U-13 games which took place produced some fireworks where Fast XI played to a 1-1 draw against Ghetto XI, while Young Neighbours had the better of Young Professionals following their narrow triumph of 3-2. In the U-15 section Dynamos managed to edge out Brazil Brothers 3-2 while Young Professionals trailed to Black Eagles 2-3.

ZAFA junior league’s thrilling games kept the fans on their feet. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

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