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Durbanville’s Justin Morkel (left) tries to chip FC Tafelzicht goalkeeper Ian de Klerk in their match at the Hanover Park sports complex. Durbanville won the match 3-2.

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(MITCHELL’S PLAIN) Durbanville’s Justin Morkel (left) tries to chip FC Tafelzicht goalkeeper Ian de Klerk in their match at the Hanover Park sports complex. Durbanville won the match 3-2. PHOTOS: Rashied isaacs

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The 20th edition of the Coke Cup kicked off at sports grounds across the city over the weekend.

The competition has been unearthing local talent since 1996, giving clubs in the local soccer associations within the South African Football Association (Safa) a chance to reveal their strength within the amateur ranks.

Peninsula Beverages has put its weight behind the initiative again as the title sponsors of the tournament.

“The excitement of this competition is experienced not only in the senior ranks, but also by the women soccer players and the u.18s,” Peninsula Beverages says in a statement.

Platform415 clubs will compete in the tournament which has seen the likes of Anele Ngcongca, Rivaldo Coetzee, Thulani Serero, Bantu Mzwakali and Clayton Daniels use it as a platform to the PSL and beyond.

“It is Safa Cape Town’s noble responsibility to develop and nurture young talent in the region and partners like Coke help us to meet our objective,” says Norman Arendse, Safa Cape Town’s chairperson.

“This is the biggest amateur sponsored soccer tournament in the empires of Safa.

“Other regions are amazed at the size and sponsorship of this competition”.

Silver Spurs is the defending men’s senior champion and will have to triumph in eight rounds of competition if it is to repeat last year’s heroics.

The 20th edition of the Coke Cup kicked off at sports grounds across the city over the weekend.

The competition has been unearthing local talent since 1996, giving clubs in the local soccer associations within the South African Football Association (Safa) a chance to reveal their strength within the amateur ranks.

Peninsula Beverages has put its weight behind the initiative again as the title sponsors of the tournament.

“The excitement of this competition is experienced not only in the senior ranks, but also by the women soccer players and the u.18s,” Peninsula Beverages says in a statement.

Platform415 clubs will compete in the tournament which has seen the likes of Anele Ngcongca, Rivaldo Coetzee, Thulani Serero, Bantu Mzwakali and Clayton Daniels use it as a platform to the PSL and beyond.

“It is Safa Cape Town’s noble responsibility to develop and nurture young talent in the region and partners like Coke help us to meet our objective,” says Norman Arendse, Safa Cape Town’s chairperson.

“This is the biggest amateur sponsored soccer tournament in the empires of Safa.

“Other regions are amazed at the size and sponsorship of this competition”.

Silver Spurs is the defending men’s senior champion and will have to triumph in eight rounds of competition if it is to repeat last year’s heroics.

The 20th edition of the Coke Cup kicked off at sports grounds across the city over the weekend.

The competition has been unearthing local talent since 1996, giving clubs in the local soccer associations within the South African Football Association (Safa) a chance to reveal their strength within the amateur ranks.

Peninsula Beverages has put its weight behind the initiative again as the title sponsors of the tournament.

“The excitement of this competition is experienced not only in the senior ranks, but also by the women soccer players and the u.18s,” Peninsula Beverages says in a statement.

Platform415 clubs will compete in the tournament which has seen the likes of Anele Ngcongca, Rivaldo Coetzee, Thulani Serero, Bantu Mzwakali and Clayton Daniels use it as a platform to the PSL and beyond.

“It is Safa Cape Town’s noble responsibility to develop and nurture young talent in the region and partners like Coke help us to meet our objective,” says Norman Arendse, Safa Cape Town’s chairperson.

“This is the biggest amateur sponsored soccer tournament in the empires of Safa.

“Other regions are amazed at the size and sponsorship of this competition”.

Silver Spurs is the defending men’s senior champion and will have to triumph in eight rounds of competition if it is to repeat last year’s heroics.

The 20th edition of the Coke Cup kicked off at sports grounds across the city over the weekend.

The competition has been unearthing local talent since 1996, giving clubs in the local soccer associations within the South African Football Association (Safa) a chance to reveal their strength within the amateur ranks.

Peninsula Beverages has put its weight behind the initiative again as the title sponsors of the tournament.

“The excitement of this competition is experienced not only in the senior ranks, but also by the women soccer players and the u.18s,” Peninsula Beverages says in a statement.

Platform415 clubs will compete in the tournament which has seen the likes of Anele Ngcongca, Rivaldo Coetzee, Thulani Serero, Bantu Mzwakali and Clayton Daniels use it as a platform to the PSL and beyond.

“It is Safa Cape Town’s noble responsibility to develop and nurture young talent in the region and partners like Coke help us to meet our objective,” says Norman Arendse, Safa Cape Town’s chairperson.

“This is the biggest amateur sponsored soccer tournament in the empires of Safa.

“Other regions are amazed at the size and sponsorship of this competition”.

Silver Spurs is the defending men’s senior champion and will have to triumph in eight rounds of competition if it is to repeat last year’s heroics.

The 20th edition of the Coke Cup kicked off at sports grounds across the city over the weekend.

The competition has been unearthing local talent since 1996, giving clubs in the local soccer associations within the South African Football Association (Safa) a chance to reveal their strength within the amateur ranks.

Peninsula Beverages has put its weight behind the initiative again as the title sponsors of the tournament.

“The excitement of this competition is experienced not only in the senior ranks, but also by the women soccer players and the u.18s,” Peninsula Beverages says in a statement.

A total of 415 clubs will compete in the tournament which has seen the likes of Anele Ngcongca, Rivaldo Coetzee, Thulani Serero, Bantu Mzwakali and Clayton Daniels use it as a platform to the PSL and beyond.

“It is Safa Cape Town’s noble responsibility to develop and nurture young talent in the region and partners like Coke help us to meet our objective,” says Norman Arendse, Safa Cape Town’s chairperson. This is the biggest amateur sponsored soccer tournament in the empires of Safa.

“Other regions are amazed at the size and sponsorship of this competition”.

Silver Spurs is the defending men’s senior champion and will have to triumph in eight rounds of competition if it is to repeat last year’s heroics.

The 20th edition of the Coke Cup kicked off at sports grounds across the city over the weekend.

The competition has been unearthing local talent since 1996, giving clubs in the local soccer associations within the South African Football Association (Safa) a chance to reveal their strength within the amateur ranks.

Peninsula Beverages has put its weight behind the initiative again as the title sponsors of the tournament. “The excitement of this competition is experienced not only in the senior ranks, but also by the women soccer players and the u.18s,” Peninsula Beverages says in a statement.

Platform415 clubs will compete in the tournament which has seen the likes of Anele Ngcongca, Rivaldo Coetzee, Thulani Serero, Bantu Mzwakali and Clayton Daniels use it as a platform to the PSL and beyond.

“It is Safa Cape Town’s noble responsibility to develop and nurture young talent in the region and partners like Coke help us to meet our objective,” says Norman Arendse, Safa Cape Town’s chairperson.

“This is the biggest amateur sponsored soccer tournament in the empires of Safa.

“Other regions are amazed at the size and sponsorship of this competition”.

Silver Spurs is the defending men’s senior champion and will have to triumph in eight rounds of competition if it is to repeat last year’s heroics

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