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UBuild-It uthe jize iMOFA nge-R180 000 ngesi senzo sihle. Ibe nguNkebe nokaMkangelwa abatyiketye isivumelwano sale nkxaso kulo msitho. .IMOFA ikwawonge amaqela ali-10 kwi-season ka2010/2011 kulo msitho. Isithethi sembeko uMzimkhulu Fina nonguMongameli we-Safa NMB ukubalule ukuzimisela kwekomiti ayikhokelayo kuphuhliso lwebhola ekuhlaleni ngele bejongene neengxaki zokungabikho kwamaziko neendawo zophuhliso, - ucele abadlali kwalapha ukuba bazimisele ngamandla kwimfundo.
SELBY MADIKANE IMotherwell Football Association (MOFA) ithiwe jize ngesixamali nguBuild It waseMotherwell ukukhulisa ibhola ekuhlaleni. Izihandiba nabameli bamaqela ebekho ngethuba uSibongile Nkebe esazisa ukuba inkxasomali engange-R180 000 iyakuncedisa ukuphuhlisa umdlalo webhola ekuhlaleni iminyaka emibini. “Ndanelisekile yile ntsebenziswano yenu noBuild It,” utshilo. Usihlalo weMOFA uSiphiwe Mkangela uthe bazakusebenza nzima ukuqinisa amaqhina ozakuzelwano no-Build It. “Kule minyala imbalwa igqithileyo sibe nentsebenziswano entle no-Build It, esixhasa, sifuna ukuba kuhlale kunjalo kungekho bani uyipotyayo le meko”. Usekela Mongameli weSafa NMB uMonde Mhletywa ubabubele abalawuli bale nkampani
Nazi zizphumo: Abaphumeleleyo kwiPremier League-: Tomorrow Stars Kwi-Super League kuphumelel iYoung Romans Kwi- Junior League kuphumele : U/9: Tomorrow Stars; U/11: Young Romans; U/13: Camper United kunye ne- U/15: Valencia. Kubekho ixesha lolonwabo abantu beyisana noloyiso.
Bombers bombed Progress SELBY MADIKANE PROGRESS Rugby Football Club’s dreams of lifting the Eastern Province Rugby Union’s Presidential Cup were shattered when African Bombers beat them 32 - 11 in the semi-finals of the tournament. Even though Progress really took the game to Bombers, they just soaked up the pressure. Progress scrum-half, Boela Abrahams put his side in the lead 3 - 0 after having been awarded a penalty. The Bombers’ hard work paid dividends when fly-half, Masixole Banda managed to take a penalty kick from a long distance to level the score at 3 - 3. Progress answered with taking the lead 6 - 3 when Abrahams took a successful penal-
ty. Bombers cut short the joy of their opponent when the sure-footed Banda put another penalty through the posts bringing the score to 6 - 6. Bombers flank forward, Thembelani Bholi, scored two tries in quick succession while Banda converted one. Progress was kept at bay until the half-time whistle. In the early stages of the second half, Progress scored an unconverted try courtesy of full-back, Ashwin Oelse to decrease their deficit to 18 11. It appeared as if Bombers was provoked by its opponent’s try. Two late Bombers tries were scored by centres Sizwe Twani and Milo Ngqoro respectively, to book their place in the finals. In the other semi-final match, United Barbarians comfortably beat Kruisfontein with a fulltime score of 21 - 16.
Sibongile Nkebe presents MOFA NMB Premier League trophy to Crystal Palace captain, Oyama Mjekula (left) and to coach Thembalethu Jafta.Photo: Selby Madikane
MOFA president, Simpiwe Mkangelwa and Motherwell BuildIt director, Sibongile Nkebe with the signed contract for a R180 000 sponsorship to MOFA over the next two soccer seasons to aid development at grass roots level. Photo: Selby Madikane
Jumping in the lineout are Progress and African Bomb ers lock forwards.Photo: Selby Madikane
Mission United player moves away from the danger zone. Photo: Selby Madikane
Wallabies beat Mission Utd SELBY MADIKANE FANS were treated to a most entertaining rugby match when Gelvandale Wallabies snatched a narrow victory of 13 - 12 from Mission United in the final game at the Adcock Stadium in Korsten. Both outfits played good rugby from kick-off. In a thrilling first half, neither
team passed the score line. During the second half, both teams played a tactical game. Mission United’s Huisbaas Sauls scored two tries of which he converted one. Denver Ceasar of the Wallabies scored a try which was converted by fly-half, John Anges and Vardy Human converted two penalty kicks to bring the score to 13 - 12. Duane Golden of the Wallabies played a dynamite match from start to finish.
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Published on Sep 27, 2011