Teams battle it out

2017-05-17 06:00
The Bush Bucks Football Club was the winner of the Richard and Joseph Henyekane u.19 tournament at the Galeshewe Stadium.Photos: Supplied

The Bush Bucks Football Club was the winner of the Richard and Joseph Henyekane u.19 tournament at the Galeshewe Stadium.Photos: Supplied

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The Richard and Joseph Henyekane u.19 football tournament that was hosted from Saturday, 29 April, to Monday, 1 May, saw the Bush Bucks Football Club proudly walking away with the winning trophy after beating the Dalton Brothers by 4-2 in the final game at the Galeshewe Stadium.

Altogether 16 local teams participated in the tournament.

The first stream games took place at the A.R. Abass Stadium and the finals were played at the Galeshewe Stadium.

The Dalton Brothers led their group after beating Eish Mann FC by 2-0 in the semi­finals.

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