Early exit for KZN

2010-10-05 00:00

KWAZULU-NATAL’S schools’ poor performance in the annual Sanlam Kay Motsepe Schools U19 Cup continued this year as both Siyangempumelelo High of Vryheid and Mthwazi High of Eshowe exited in the early stages of the tournament that took place in North West last week.

Since the inception of the tournament two years ago, no KZN schools have clinched the cup or reached the finals.

The tournament is the brainchild of PSL club Mamelodi Sundowns’ chairman and mining magnate Patrice Motsepe.

Jet Nteo High from Gauteng were crowned this year’s overall final winners, after downing three-time champs Harmony High from the Free State 2-0 in the final.

For their efforts Jet Nteo pocketed R1 million and Harmony R600 000. Elets High finished in third place and won R500 000 while fourth-placed Ntsu won R400 000.

Team positions:

1. Jet Nteo 2. Harmony 3. Eletsa , 4.Ntsu 5. Seiphemelo 6. Johanesburg Secondary 7.Cloetesville 8. Siyangempumelelo 9. Mnceba 10. Bulelani 11. Mthwazi 12. K.I Thwala, 13. Pampierstad 14. SA Van Wyk 15. Phaphamani 16. Bastiaanse

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