Callies and NMMU Madibaz in a 5 all humdinger

2015-06-24 06:00

LAST Friday night Londtpark dished up a humdinger of a SCORE Premier League game between log leaders Callies and NMMU Madibaz. Callies opened the scoring with Farouk Abrahams opening his account.

Ten minutes later Callies were 2-nil up from another Farouk Abrahams goal. Madibaz then pulled one goal back by Sachin Jackson. Ten minutes before half time Kirk de Boer put Callies 3-1 up, but Madibaz fought back with a goal from Kieran Koert with Callies leading 3-2 at half time.

Shortly after half time Callies went 4-2 up with Farouk Abrahams achieving a hat- trick. Madibaz came back with Sachin Jackson’s second goal. Farouk Abrahams shortly after that got his 4th goal of the evening to have Callies 5-3 up. Madibaz fought all the way and with 10 minutes scored a goal. With 1 minute on the clock Simkele Thobi scored the equaliser for Madibaz and a share of the league points.

On the night at Glendinningvale Toshiba Old Grey had a close 2-1 win over NMB Municipality. For Old Grey John Giannakis scored with a header 30 minutes into the game and Adam Daniels got their winner with 15 minutes remaining in the match.

Last Saturday Hearts overcame Central Acemates by 2 goals to nil. Mark Upman scored from the penalty mark in the 1st half and Patience Kalume scored Hearts’ second goal from a counter attack. Acemates tried hard, but Hearts’ solid defence kept them at bay.

On the EC Defence fields Forresters lowered PE Defence’s colours by 3 goals to 2. Doc Mancam opened the scoring for Forresters from a Yaya Gadlela cross. Spandeel got Forresters second goal from a poor Defence clearance. Forresters led 2-nil at half time.

In the 60th minute of the match Man of the Match Yaya Gadlela completed a brace after a one-two with Becu.

Last Sunday Warriors and KwaDwesi All Stars had a 1-all stalemate on the Kemsley Park fields. Hlumelo Dumse opened the scoring for KwaDwesi in the first half and Justin Rockman equalised for Warriors deep in the second half. Warriors Manager Mario Williams claims it to be a game of many missed chances from Warriors.

SCORE Premier fixtures for this coming weekend:

Friday with kick off 8:15pm NMB Municipality vs Highbury at The Oval, NMMU Madibaz vs Central Acemates at South Campus and Hearts vs Forresters at The Valley. Saturday with kick off 3:30pm PE Defence vs Toshiba Old Grey at EC Defence. Sunday with kick off 3:30pm Warriors vs Callies at TBA, KwaDwesi All Stars vs NMB Municipality at Kemsley Park and Forresters vs NMMU Madibaz at Forrest Park.

YOUTH REPORT

A total of 14 teams competed in the PEFA under 9 division on Sunday at the Priory fields.

In the big clash of the day Priory United beat the up and coming Hearts Lads by 2 goals to 1 in a tense affair.

The Callies Thistles held Priory Rangers to a goalless draw in a game that could have gone either way while the St George’s Cavaliers beat Priory Chiefs 4-0.

Priory City and Priory Pirates played to a 2-2 draw with Kyle Edwards and Mbasa Jafta scoring a brace each.

The Callies Bravehearts beat the Callies Saltires 5-0, with Ethan Hunter scoring a hat trick.

Some big scores characterised the u/11 division, with Motherwell Academy thumping Priory by 8 goals to 1, and FC Mabayibone beating the Callies u/11 B teams by 11 goals to nil.

The St George’s A team beat their B team 9-0. In the u/13 division Mabayibone and Callies B drew 2-2.

Motherwell faced up against Kwadwesi All Stars in the u/15 division, with KwaDwesi emerging victorious by 5 goals to 4, with all 4 of Motherwell’s goals coming from the boot of Vuyolwethu Dinge.

Motherwell got their revenge in the u/17 fixture, beating Kwadwesi 4-3, with Lukhanyo Dayi, Axolile Zana, Kuhle Sifanele and Sinethemba Mdingi all finding the net for Motherwell.

The NMMU u/15 team beat Callies A 3-1 at the Missionvale campus fields, while the u/17 fixture between these 2 teams yielded a 0-0 draw.

Hearts u/15 continued their winning ways with a 6-0 drubbing over United Brothers, Rizaan Davis scoring a hattrick for Hearts.

The St George’s B team beat Forresters 4-2 at the Union fields in Park Drive.

In the other u/17 games, St George’s were lucky to get away with a 2-2 draw, while United Brothers beat PE Homerovers 4-1. Keegan Maarman scored Homerovers’only goal

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