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KOMMETJIE ROAD: UPGRADE ON THE CARDS
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otholes, congestion, unstable shoulder areas and tar breaking along Kommetjie Road could soon be a thing of the
past. This comes after the City of Cape Town has found a way to channel funds from development levies and the annual budgets to upgrade Kommetjie Road. The plan was revealed by South Peninsula Subcouncil chairperson Felicity Purchase, who says residents can expect a host of changes. With the use of the City’s Development Levy Policy, a conceptual plan is being drawn up to improve the road by rehabilitating the pavements and the installation of a dual carriageway road with two lanes in each direction. This is expected to be complemented with a centre median and non-motorised transport facilities on both sides. Mayoral Committee member for Transport Brett Herron says the three-year budget is still in its draft form and makes allowance for R6m for the upgrade of Kommetjie Road. He says the City’s budget, currently open for public comment, could see R1m from the 2014/2015 budget, R4m from the 2015/2016 budget and R1m from the 2016/2017 budget go towards the upgrade. Herron explains insufficient funds will be collected from the development contributions to cover the full cost of the road upgrade. “Additional funding will be required from the City’s internally funded budget and will be obtained from the bulk budget allocations for major metropolitan road reconstruction and rehabilitation,” he says. Herron further says the split in funding can only be determined once a consultant has been appointed. The consultant would have to review the conceptual proposals and determined a revised cost estimate for the project. Kommetjie Residents and Ratepayers Association (KRRA) chairperson Patrick
GOING PLACES: A conceptual plan for the R6m upgrade for Kommetjie Road is being drawn up. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL
Dowling says residents have raised continuous concerns about the condition of the road over the years. High traffic volumes during peak hours, long tailbacks in both directions, the poor condition of the road surface and the absence of a safe lane for cyclists are among some of the concerns. “On Monday 3 March it took more than 30 minutes to travel less than 5kms between Ocean View and the four-way intersection,” he says. Dowling explains this was without an accident or roadblock which slowed down traffic. He expresses his frustration, saying many people turn around when they see the tailbacks and take the long detour through Red Hill. Herron says the pavement structure is in need of rehabilitation or a total reconstruction. Much of Kommetjie Road cannot be re-
habilitated in its present position, he adds. “The proposed future dual carriageways are on a slightly different alignment within the road reserve. The present proposal is for a dual carriageway road with two lanes in each direction with a centre median and non-motorised transport facilities on both sides,” he says. The project will consist of four phases: concept review, engineering design, procurement and construction. Herron says the conceptual design review will take place between 2014 and 2015, while the detailed design and construction is scheduled for the period between 2015 and 2017. The first area to be focused on is the section between the intersection at the Ou Kaapse Road extension and Pokela Road. “Appropriate intersection improvements including turning lanes and slip lanes, as determined by traffic movement volumes at
the upgraded intersections, will be decided on during the conceptual design review,” Herron says. Construction will see work focusing on one carriageway, completing it and moving traffic onto the first new carriageway while the second carriageway is constructed. Herron says accommodating traffic during the construction is an essential requirement. Ocean View Civic Association (OVCA) chairperson Oliver Castro is pleased “something is being done”. He says Kommetjie Road is the cause of frustration for motorists and commuters. “Many struggle to get to work and school on time, due to all the congestion. The road is in dire need of fixing and we look forward to seeing the plans,” he says. V Share your thoughts on the upgrade. Starting with the word “Post” SMS your comments to 32516. SMSes cost R1.
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Load shedding affects cop shops Due to the recent load shedding, telephone lines at all police stations across the Far South have been affected. Colonel Dorothy Xesha, acting cluster commander for Muizenberg, advises residents to call the sector van numbers to report crime. Residents in Muizenberg, Kalk Bay, Lakeside, Marina Da Gama, Marine Estate and Orchard Village are asked to call 082 522 1809. In the Fish Hoek precinct residents in
Clovelly, Fish Hoek and Silverglades can call 082 522 2745 while those living in Sun Valley, Sunnydale and Capri Village can call 082 522 2053. In Ocean View residents can call 079 894 1224, while Kommetjie and Masiphumelele residents can call 079 894 1222. In Simon’s Town, Glencairn, Red Hill and Scarborough residents can call 079 894 1228, while residents in Simon’s Town, Froggy Farm and Murdoch Valley can call 079 894 1229.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF THE SUBCOUNCILS: MARCH 2014
HERE TO HELP: Victim support volunteers and police officers have a look at their new room. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL
Notice is hereby given that the meetings of the 24 subcouncils for the City of Cape Town will take place at the times and venues indicated in the schedule below: Subcouncil Venue Council Chambers, Administration Block A, 1 Royal Ascot, Bridle Way, Milnerton Kraaifontein Council Chambers, 2 Brighton Road, Kraaifontein Goodwood Council Chambers, 3 Voortrekker Road, Goodwood Parow Council Chambers, Tallent Street, 4 Parow The Hague Recreational Hall, corner of Delft 5 Main Road and Silversands Road, Delft Bellville Council Chambers, Bellville Civic 6 Centre, Voortrekker Road, Bellville Durbanville Council Chambers, corner of 7 Oxford and Queen Street, Durbanville Strand Council Chambers, corner of 8 Fagan Street and Main Road, Strand Andile Msizi Hall, corner of Bangiso Drive 9 and Sigwele Road, Site B, Khayelitsha Lingelethu Training Centre, corner 10 of Lwandle Road and Spine Road, Khayelitsha Fezeka Council Chambers, corner of 11 Govan Mbeki and Steve Biko Drives, Gugulethu Subcouncil Chambers, Lentegeur 12 Administrative Offices, corner of Melkbos Road and Merrydale Road, Lentegeur 13 Ruth First Community Hall, Sinqolamthi Street, Philippi Fezeka Council Chambers, corner of 14 Govan Mbeki and Steve Biko Drives, Gugulethu Plover Room, Ground Floor, 15 Pinelands Training Centre, Central Square, St Stephens Road, Pinelands Council Chambers, 11th Floor, 16 44 Wale Street, Cape Town Dulcie September Civic Centre 17 (minor hall), corner of Klipfontein and Protea Street, Athlone Subcouncil Chambers, corner of Buck 18 Road and Sixth Avenue, Lotus River Council Chambers, Central Circle, 19 Fish Hoek Council Chambers, Alphen Centre, 20 Constantia Main Road, Constantia Council Chambers, Van Riebeeck Road, 21 Kuils River Strand Council Chambers, corner of 22 Fagan Street and Main Road, Strand Lentegeur Chambers, corner of Melkbos 23 and Merrydale Roads, Lentegeur Lingelethu Training Centre, corner 24 of Lwandle Road and Spine Road, Khayelitsha
Manager Peter Deacon 021 550 1001 Fred Monk 021 980 6053 Johannes Brand 021 590 1676 Ardela van Niekerk 021 444 0196 Martin Julie 021 695 8161 Pat Jansen 021 918 2024 Carin Viljoen 021 444 0689 Izak du Toit 021 850 4149 Johnson Fetu 021 360 1351
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Kayise Nombakuse 021 630 1737
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Anthony Mathe 021 630 1678
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Marius Coetsee 021 487 2055
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Okkie Manuels 021 700 4020 Desiree Mentor 021 784 2011 Brian Ford 021 444 8112 Pieter Grobler 021 900 1502 Richard Moi 021 900 1508 Raphael Martin 021 444 8722 Goodman Rorwana 021 444 7532
To access the full agenda and all supporting documentation 72 hours before the meeting go to www.capetown.gov.za/subcouncils. Highlight the date of the subcouncil meeting, choose the subcouncil you require and download the agenda. Please report any difficulties to the relevant subcouncil manager. The following policies and plans are open for public consultation during March 2014 and available for scrutiny at subcouncil offices for comment by interested parties: •
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SUPPORT: SAFE PLACE TO ASSIST VICTIMS
New trauma facility for Ocean View MONIQUE DUVAL @monique_duval
he Ocean View Police Station buzzed with excitement as officers and volunteers lined up to get a glimpse of the new Victim Support Room last week. The new room consists of an office, a children’s play area, a counselling room and ablution facilities. The room was installed by Business Against Crime (BAC). After years of dealing with mouldy floors and a broken roof, the volunteers are relieved they now have a safe place to assist victims of crime. Speaking at the launch former Community Police Forum (CPF) chairperson Johann Kikillus said the launch marked a special day in the lives of volunteers. He said despite working in a “crummy little room”, the volunteers managed to keep smiling and work hard to help victims deal with trauma. “Over the past three years, they have not
asked for anything. Despite difficulties, they continue to help those who need it, with a smile on their face,” he said. René Francklin, coordinator of the Ocean View Victim Support Room, said she and her team were very excited. “It’s something we have been dreaming about; it’s a big day for us,” she said. Francklin added the group has grown to 14 volunteers. They want the community to know they are here to help, she said. “Many of the volunteers are ordinary people who want to help their communities. The room provides the perfect platform for us to be available and involved,” she said. Acting provincial police commissioner Brigadier Norman Modishana said police resources were often spent on fighting and preventing crime. He said tackling crime and the after effects was a combined responsibility. “I am glad to see this is the case Ocean View Police Station,” he said. V To report crime or for more information, phone Ocean View Police Station on (021) 783 8317.
PLANNING AND BUILDING DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT Development Application Management System (DAMS) The City of Cape Town will be implementing the new Development Application Management System (DAMS) from 1 April 2014. In order to migrate the existing data to the new system, a dead period starting from the close of business on 14 March 2014 and ending on 31 March 2014 will be necessary. During this period no new development application submissions or payment transactions will be possible. The business process for all active applications submitted before 14 March 2014 will continue as normal. The following services will still be rendered at the counters: • • • • • •
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TRANSPORT: ‘BENEFIT ELDERLY, PUPILS’
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n an attempt to alleviate traffic congestion along Kommetjie Road, a conceptual plan to introduce MyCiTi buses is being drawn up. South Peninsula Subcouncil chairperson Felicity Purchase says, in addition to the proposed R6m upgrade of the road, the City of Cape Town plans to introduce MyCiTi buses from Kommetjie to Fish Hoek. The aim, she says, is to provide a safe and reliable form of transport focusing on the needs of the elderly and pupils. Purchase explains many parents whose children travel along this route, are reluctant to put their children in taxis. “(As taxis) are unroadworthy and often unlicensed, parents would rather drive their children to ensure their safety. The MyCiTi service will provide a safe transport mode and help ease the traffic,” she says. The MyCiTi service was rolled out several years ago and is currently running in the Cape Town City Bowl, Blaauwberg, Atlantic Seaboard and, most recently, Hout Bay. Ocean View Civic Association chairperson Oliver Castro welcomes the news, as the safety of taxis was “a whole other story”. He hopes the MyCiTi service would assist school children and the elderly of the Far South. At this stage, Purchase says, it is unclear whether designated stops will be created within Kommetjie, Masiphumelele and Ocean View, or whether there would be ma-
jor stops along Kommetjie Road. Castro suggests City officials should consider installing bus stops within Ocean View the design phase. “If the bus stops are close to people’s homes, it will be a great benefit – especially for the elderly and for those who leave home early in the morning,” he says. Kommetjie Residents’ and Ratepayers’ Association (KRRA) chairperson Patrick Dowling agrees start and end points need to be discussed with affected communities. If the introduction of the MyCiTi Bus Service means less people will use their cars when travelling along Kommetjie Road, Dowling says, there will be an improvement. Mayoral Committee member for Transport Brett Herron says a network of routes between Kommetjie and Fish Hoek are currently being planned, but will only be designed and implemented at a later stage. “The planning of these routes are still at a very early stage and will require collection of additional information to better understand the current and potential demand,” Herron says. Fish Hoek High School principal Gavin Fish says as many families from Ocean View and Masiphumelele struggle with monthly transport bills, he would champion a preferential tariff for school children. Over the years, he says, the school has received a dedicated bus service from Golden Arrow. This, Fish says, has worked well. However, there have been cases of late coming due to the unreliability of taxis. Fish further explains they have had no problems with the current service, but expresses his excitement about the possible development and what it will entail for the community.
ALL ABOARD: Hout Bay residents boarded a MyCiTi bus for the first time in February this year. PHOTO: CITY OF CAPE TOWN
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OPEN DAY: Fish Hoek High School recently hosted 940 Grade 7 pupils and their parents for an open day. The gale force south-easter did not dampen the enthusiasm of the 250 high school pupils who manned the 54 stands which showcased the schools extra mural activities. Pictured is Grade 11 pupil and cyclist Nicholas Nel.
ECO WARRIORS: Bay Primary School in Fish Hoek won a Silver Award from the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa’s (Wessa) Eco-Schools Programme. The organisation praised the school’s approach to the environment, especially the school’s Eco-Warrior programme. Pictured is parent Chantal Benade and teacher Michelle Gouws with the Bay Primary School Eco-Warriors, learning about recyclable and non-recyclable waste. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
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“She had initially agreed to pay the money, but after thinking about it she opted not to pay and reported it to on artists posing as popolice instead,” Knapp exlice officers are operplains. ating in the MuizenAccording to a police reberg police precinct. port, during the phone Muizenberg police are calls, the fake police officinvestigating three cases ers ask for various sums of where phone calls were money ranging from R1000 made to the relatives of to R2500. those arrested, requesting During an investigation money to “dispose of dockinto the claims, Muizenets”. berg police discovered it Last week Muizenberg was a scam as the names of station and cluster comthe detectives did not cormander Colonel Dorothy Xesha issued a plea for the SCAM: A new scam has hit Mui- relate with anyone workpublic to come forward zenberg, as con artists pose as ing at the station. On reporting the matter, with information about a police officers. PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET Knapp says they were inpossible scam. Muizenberg police were alerted to the formed of a Gauteng syndicate running this three cases, which all had the same modus scam across the country. “It has been run on a national scale and operandi. In the first case, a Grassy Park family ap- people are falling into the trap,” he adds. Knapp says the scam does nothing but put proached the station after a relative was not police in a bad light and opens people up released from detention. They claimed they were contacted by a to being charged for corruption. “You need to remember that if you agree detective who asked them to deposit money into a supermarket account and their fami- to pay an officer to dispose of a docket, you are just as corrupt and can be charged,” he ly member would be released. Muizenberg police spokesperson Captain warns. Stephen Knapp says they are investigating V If you have been contacted by police officers asking how the fraudsters got the details of those you for a payment, phone Xesha on (021) 787 9000 or 082 522 2797. arrested. In another case, a woman approached po- V Share your thoughts on this scam. Starting with lice officers outside the station and in- the word “Post”. SMS your comments to 32516. formed them of a phone call she received. SMSes cost R1.
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Your SMSes . Regarding “Troubled waters”: our esteemed subcouncil chairperson and Mr Taylor are wrong. E.coli is an enteric (gut) bacteria found in all humans and is not found in bins, unless the bins have dog poo in them. E.coli is a universally accepted indicator of contamination by sewerage. Dog faeces also contain E.coli, so stormwater runoff will dump E.coli in the bay. Rob Tarr . Regarding the article “Troubled waters”. Firstly E. coli is a faecal contamination indicator, meaning that faeces must be present to get an E. coli count. So either people are disposing faeces into the stormwater system or there are illegal sewer connections flowing into the stormwater systems. Secondly, the stormwater outlets on Fish Hoek Beach are sampled fortnightly, not monthly. . I am very disappointed that the Navy has made it unviable for the cannon association to participate in the Navy Festival. With this and the cancellation of the dry-dock concert and no live cannon-firing, I am not going to bother to attend the festival this year. Sally, Muizenberg . As far as I’m concerned the Navy is incompetent. There was enough time to get everything in order for the festival. . Regarding the Navy Festival: at this rate there won’t be a festival next year. What a dreadful shame. . This is the final straw in finishing this festival. When we first attended the festival about seven years ago, the biggest draw was the concert in the dry dock. People from all over the province attended and made it an annual event, which always was the main attraction. For some reason the powers that be decided to cancel the biggest draw at this festival, putting the first nail in its coffin. . Why can’t we have a free concert in the Simonsberg Theatre like we used to in the ’80s and ’90s? It was so popular and free, although a collection was taken for charity. There were two concerts a night. We belonged to Anchor Players and used the theatre all the time. It is a lost facility. Somebody is not doing their job and not promoting our Navy. We are just going backwards. Is there no dry dock concert this year? If it is taking place, at what time and date? Helen . Stupid decision by the Navy to try and do things they know nothing about. . It is sad to see this festival deteriorate every year. I have been going to this festival since I was seven years old. Back then it was the event to look forward to for the year. But now it’s like “oh, it’s the festival again”. They have lost their spirit. There is just no more passion. They might as well stop this spectacle. (There is) nothing new and now they’ve taken away the two most important events of the weekend. Sorry, (I’m) no longer interested! Disappointed, Simon’s Town . The time has come for some cool heads to establish a proper Noordhoek ratepayers’ association. Gerrie, Noordhaven . Regarding Miller’s Point: the rumours have been going on for a while that something was to happen at Miller’s Point. But for heaven’s sake, what happens to the last of the permanent residents? It was a peaceful place with no problems, so why rock the boat? Irritated Simonite . Democracy is about the will of the people, not the wishes of one man. We love the rural life; we don’t want Noordhoek commercialised. . The bulk of traditionally commercial handline fishing licences, according to the minister, is intentionally and purposely withheld because it is reserved for the “small-scale fisheries” sector. What she doesn’t tell South Africa is that those very same commercially viable linefish licences will automatically become almost worthless in a turf or zoneregulated legal framework such as the “small-scale fishery”. Linefishing will no longer be a turf or zone-free activity, but it will become restricted and confined to specific areas only. Charles, Ocean View . Really now, Dave, are you suggesting we put gays to death now, too? Because that’s what the rest of the verse says.
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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 13 March 2014 Thursday 13 March V Kalk Bay: The Artvark Gallery in Kalk Bay will host an opening exhibition of etchings at 18:30. The guest speaker will be Judy Moolenschot. Email Colleen Ross at email@example.com for more information. V Ocean View: The Ocean View Community Learning Centre will hold Grade 9 – ABET Level 4 – classes at Ocean View High School at 18:00. The classes are for people older than 16 who dropped out of school. Phone (021) 783 1623 to register.
V Fish Hoek: The Fish Hoek Friends of Music will hold its next concert at the civic centre at 19:30. Tickets are R60 for adults and R10 for scholars, and can be purchased from Kleinjan’s Biltong Bar in Fish Hoek, The Biltong Bar in Long Beach Mall and Valley Boutique in Valyland. To reserve tickets phone David on (021) 782 3946 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information phone Carol on (021) 782 2282. V Fish Hoek: Fish Hoek High School will host a food fair from 17:00 to 21:00. Phone (021) 782 1107 for further details. Saturday 15 March
V Kalk Bay: Muizenberg police Sector 3 subforum, which covers Lakeside, Marine Estate, Muizenberg, Kalk Bay and St James, will host a public meeting at Bay Primary School hall in Boyes Drive at 18:00. For more information phone Captain Monty Mackinnon on 082 522 1216.
V Muizenberg: The George Whitefield College annual fun run will start at Muizenberg Pavilion at 06:30. There is a 5km walk (R40) and a 10km run (R60). Phone (021) 788 1652 or email email@example.com to register.
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V Muizenberg: The next Muizenberg Moonlight Meander will start at Knead Bakery at 18:15. Phone Muizenberg Tourism (021) 787 9140 for more information. Sunday 16 March V Muizenberg: The Masque Theatre will be hold a summer market from 10:00 to 14:00.
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Phone Margi on (021) 788 4664. Wednesday 19 March V Fish Hoek: The Fish Hoek Garden Club will hold its annual meeting at the civic centre at 19:00. Pat Featherstone will give a presentation on the work by Soil for Life. All are welcome to attend. Visitors pay R10 which includes refreshments. Phone Sally on (021) 785 2386. V Cape Point: The Friends of the Cape of Good Hope will host a fairly strenuous 7km hike from Smitswinkel Lookout point to the Cape Point Visitors’ Centre. The hikers will meet at 09:00. Take along a Wild/Green Card, otherwise entry is R105 per person. Phone (021) 712 6004. V Fish Hoek: The University of the Third Age False Bay will host a talk by Henry Holloway on Legendary Music Friends at the civic centre at 09:30 for 10:00. Entry is free. Phone Peter on (021) 788 9469 or Elizabeth on (021) 788 3368.
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ANGLED AWAY: Lee Jacobs top scored for Western Province women’s team in the CSA’s inter-provincial 50-over semi-final at Sahara Park Newlands on Saturday. Jacobs scored 33 runs.
SWINGING WILDLY: Western Province women’s team batsman Lara Goodall goes over the top during the CSAf inter-provincial semi-final at Sahara Park Newlands on Saturday.
PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
Province ready for final
LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT
estern Province are feeling no extra pressure ahead of the Cricket South Africa’s women’s 50-over provincial final on Saturday. Province will claim their second consecutive title if they defeat KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, but coach Cobus Roodt says this doesn’t have an impact on how they will approach the match. “We will just take it as another game. There is tremendous mental strength in the team, in each player,” Roodt says. “Cricket is 80% mental – that’s what I
have been drilling into the team over the last two seasons. We are normally good in knockout situations.” Last season Roodt’s side beat Gauteng at the Wanderers to secure the title, after knocking out Northerns at Newlands the previous week. They tread a similar path this season, again knocking out Northerns in a home semi-final on Saturday 8 March. Province posted 147, with Leighshe Jacobs (33) and Yolani Fourie (28) making the only notable scores. The bowling attack took up the challenge and skittled Northerns for 74 runs. Moseline Daniels was the stand-out per-
former, taking 4/9, with Shabnim Ismail snatching 3/27. “The pitch was a bit sticky when we batted in the morning and we battled to get going. At least we managed one good partnership,” says Roodt. “The team showed lots of character when we went back out to defend that small total. When we examined the pitch, we expected a total of around 180, so getting close to it was good. We backed it up with the fielding and bowling. The (fight the players put up) bodes well for the future and the next match.” Roodt will have eight of last year’s title winning squad available selection for the
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Youth footie on show in Strandfontein
Cape Town’s top under-13 footballers will show off their skills at the Strandfontein AFC under-13 tournament next week. The annual tournament attracts some of the peninsula’s best sides and this year is no different. Teams from as far as Stellenbosch are set to mix it up with the best local amateur sides and well-drilled juniors from the Cape’s professional outfits. The tournament format will see the top two teams from each of the eight groups advance to the winners section to contest the title, while the third-placed teams fight it out in the plate section and the fourth-placed sides battle for the shield section trophy. Group A will see Sunningdale FC, Golden United and Leeds Lentegeur take on the might of Ajax Cape Town. With their famed development structures and abundant resources, Ajax will be fa-
vourites to win the group and the entire tournament. Group B features Rockafellas, Beacon Spurs, Ashley Rovers and Chippa United. Chippa should be favourites to win the group, but the other sides will view the National First Division (NFD) log leaders as a major scalp. Metropolitan Premier Cup hosts Bayhill United are the biggest names in Group C, with Bayview, Liverpool and Westridge also challenging for the top two spots. Pinelands based Old Mutual Academy are perennial contenders for any junior title and look likely to top Group D. Beacon Pirates, Clarewood and Standards will likely fight it out for second place in the group. Tournament hosts Strandfontein AFC have been pooled with Rondebosch’s Rygersdal, Colville and Stephanians Ottery in
Group E. Home field advantage should see the hosts through to the winners’ section, with Rygersdal providing a stiff challenge for the top spot. Milano United will be keen to emulate the success of their senior team in Group F, but Safa Second Division side Salt River Blackpool could stand in their way. Masakhane and Green Point Salesians will look to cause upsets against their more well known opponents in the group. Group G looks the most open, with Morgenster United, Woodlands United, Ida’s Valley and Young Wizards grouped together Woodlands and Morgenster are the best bets for the top two spots, based on previous performances. Fish Hoek AFC are firm favourites to take the top spot in Group H. The Far South side’s organised youth structures should see them
final, but will lose Daniels, Ismail and Shandre Fritz to the national squad. He expects the team to still have enough experience and firepower to pull off a victory. “Bowling will be difficult with the national players absent, but we have good personnel taking over from them,” he says. “KZN are also losing three players – the three (batsmen) who stood out for them against Gauteng in their semi-final. I’m very confident we can do well this coming weekend. “We know it’s the home straight and the team with the most stamina will pull through.”
qualify ahead of Fulham, Southhampton and Holy Cross. The tournament will take place at the Strandfontein Sports Complex from Friday 21 to Sunday 23 March. The first match will kick off at 09:30 on Friday, while the final will be played at 15:30 on Sunday.
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