Cleary Park Build It NAFA are SAFA Regional Build It U/13 champs

2017-02-01 06:02
< Sunridge Park Build It Owner Willie Zevenster (far left), David Goldberg, SAFA Sarah Baartman President Mziwanele Wopa and Build It Regional Manager Angelo Swartz support the Player of the Tournament, Lonwabo Bayeni from Motherwell Build It MOFA. Photos: SELBY MADIKANE

< Sunridge Park Build It Owner Willie Zevenster (far left), David Goldberg, SAFA Sarah Baartman President Mziwanele Wopa and Build It Regional Manager Angelo Swartz support the Player of the Tournament, Lonwabo Bayeni from Motherwell Build It MOFA. Photos: SELBY MADIKANE

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DESPITE cold and windy weather conditions, some of the parents from the Northern Areas rallied behind their side Cleary Park Build It NAFA when they defeated Motherwell Build It MOFA 4-2 in the SAFA Regional Build It U/13 Tournament 2017 finals at Gelvandale Fields on Saturday.

Cleary Park Build It NAFA won on penalties after the 1-1 fulltime score.

Cleary Park Build It NAFA dug deep to beat Graaff-Reinet 4-3 on penalty shootouts after the goalless fulltime score.

Motherwell Build It MOFA cruised to a well-deserved 2-0 triumph when they took on Sundays River Build It. Banda Mbatha scored a brace for MOFA.

The final game stole the show with the hosts opening the scoring charter thanks to a strike by Hayden Young in the first half.

Motherwell Build It MOFA replied with a goal that was scored by Banda Mbatha in the halfway mark of the second half. The game was decided on penalties with Cleary Park Build It NAFA conquering Motherwell Build It MOFA 4-2 on the penalty shootout.

All the regions that participated received a brand new kit and a kit bag. Cleary Park Build It NAFA went home with a floating trophy and 22 gold medals while Motherwell Build It MOFA settled for 22 silver medals.

Motherwell Build It MOFA midfielder Lonwabo Bayeni won the Player of the Tournament Award while Cleary Park Build It NAFA skipper and goalkeeper Omari Stevens won the Best Goalkeeper of the Tournament Award.

Thabo September was one of the United FC scouts. September said that he saw lots of talented players who had a bright future.

“The standard of the games was very high. All the teams that participated in this tournament played their hearts out. I have noticed that they are lots of talented players in these teams,” said September.

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