Champions out of Coke Cup

2017-07-25 06:00
Nevin Scott of Crystal Palace in Manenberg (left) takes evasive action as Battswood’s Melvin September controls the ball in a Coke Cup knock-out game. Crystal Palace won the match at the Greens in Manenberg on Sunday 4-0.

Nevin Scott of Crystal Palace in Manenberg (left) takes evasive action as Battswood’s Melvin September controls the ball in a Coke Cup knock-out game. Crystal Palace won the match at the Greens in Manenberg on Sunday 4-0.

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A new Safa Cape Town Coke Cup champion will be crowned at the Athlone Stadium on 14 October.

This follows the shock defeat of defending champions Young Pirates in the latest stage of the competition.

This round consisted of 128 teams from the various local football associations (LFAs). The winning teams advance to the next round of 64 teams.

Ricardo Daniels’s Young Pirates were ousted 3-2 in a penalty shootout by Mitchell’s Plain’s FC Tafelzucht in front of a packed crowed at Langa Stadium on Sunday.

The match finished 3-3 in regulation time (2-2 at half-time).

Other than the Young Pirates’ defeat, a number of favoured clubs and former champions also bit the dust on Sunday.

Three-time champions Jamestown United were narrowly beaten 2-1 by D&G Orient at the Bonteheuwel sports complex. Two former losing finalists, Sporting United and Bluegum United, lost to Robinvale Spurs and Wesley United respectively.

Central, champions of the 2011 cup, also exited the competition when they went down 3-1 to Glendene United at the Solo Street sport grounds in Steenberg.

The tournament, which has been sponsored by Peninsula Beverages for the last 21 years, will see the winner go home with R35 000 from a R400 000 prize purse.

Bucking the trend of fallen champions was Rygersdal, who tasted sweet revenge against Beacon Spurs from the Mitchell’s Plain LFA, beating them 4-2 at the Rooikraans sports grounds in Grassy Park.

It was Spurs who eliminated Rygersdal at the quarter-final stage of last year’s tournament.

In other matches in Grassy Park, Southampton beat Manenberg’s FC Orient 5-4 in a penalty shootout after the match finished 1-1 after 90 minutes.

Dale Hendricks’s FC Orient were leading 1-0 when Southampton equalised through a goal by Gavin Crow with seconds to spare.

Grassy Park side Heath Athletic comfortably saw off Pella Sporting 3-1. Sergio Phillips, Seraj Dreyer and Zubair Isaacs scored for Heath Athletic, while Devan Jonkers scored a consolation goal for Pella Sporting.

Rieduwaan Anthony’s Hanover Park team, affectionately known as “Brasse vanni Park”, celebrated a 9-1 win over Colville United from the Mitchell’s Plain LFA.

Shaahid Maloy (3), Armien Camphel (2), Morne Abrahams (2), Dean James en Clint Engelbrecht shared in the goal bonanza for Hanover Park while Noer Jacobs ensured Colville United had a goal to shout about.

Full results . In Grassy Park: Liverpool FC 2, Meadowridge FC 0; Southampton 5, FC Orient 4 (after penalties, 1-1); Hanover Park FC 9, Colville United 1; Heath Athletic 3, Pella Sporting 1; Rygersdal FC 4, Beacon Spurs 2; Two Oceans Academy 3, Juventus FC (Mitchell’s Plain) 0; Kraaifontein FC (Oostenberg) 6, CT Military 5 (after penalties, 1-1); Retreat United 9, Highlanders FC (Monwabisi) 0.

. In Bonteheuwel: D&G Orient 2, Jamestown United 1; Bellville City 3, Everton Spurs 2 (after penalties, 2-2); Mfuleni United 2, FC Booysen 1; Goal-50-United 3, FC Rise 2; Durbanville 4, Melchester Rovers 2; Bluegum United 1, Wesley United 0; South End 3, FN Rangers 0; Sporting United 3, Robinvale Spurs 2 (after penalties, 3-3).

. In Johnson Road: Spenston 5, Baltic Rangers 2; United Brothers 3, Hazendal United 1; Leeds Lentegeur, 2, Island Rovers 1; Hustlaz FC 2, Ravensmead 0; Grassy Park United 1, Kewtown United 0; Silver Spurs 8, FC Bayern 0; Valhalla United 4, Turfhall FC 3 (after penalties, 2-2); Sunningdale City 5, Invincible Cravenby 3 (after penalties, 1-1).

. In Manenberg: Hotspurs 3, Mowglies 1; Celtic 5, Abatshana 4; Stars United 5, JMI Academy 3 (after penalties, 2-2); Chelsea AU 4, Oasis FC 3; Crystal Palace 4, Battswood 0; Stephanian Ottery 4, Tottenham Hotspurs 3 (after penalties, 1-1); Primrose Park 4, Saringa Spurs 3 (after penalties, 2-2).

. At Langa Stadium: FC Tafelzucht 3, Young Pirates 2 (after penalties, 3-3).

. At Solo Street: Glendene United 3, Central 1; Woodlands United 3, Bellstar United 1; Greenwood Athletic 2, Jomos Power 1; FC Cafda 4, Salt River Blackpool 2.

A new Safa Cape Town Coke Cup champion will be crowned at the Athlone Stadium on 14 October.

This follows the shock defeat of defending champions Young Pirates in the latest stage of the competition.

This round consisted of 128 teams from the various local football associations (LFAs). The winning teams advance to the next round of 64 teams.

Ricardo Daniels’s Young Pirates were ousted 3-2 in a penalty shootout by Mitchell’s Plain’s FC Tafelzucht in front of a packed crowed at Langa Stadium on Sunday.

The match finished 3-3 in regulation time (2-2 at half-time).

Other than the Young Pirates’ defeat, a number of favoured clubs and former champions also bit the dust on Sunday.

Three-time champions Jamestown United were narrowly beaten 2-1 by D&G Orient at the Bonteheuwel sports complex. Two former losing finalists, Sporting United and Bluegum United, lost to Robinvale Spurs and Wesley United respectively.

Central, champions of the 2011 cup, also exited the competition when they went down 3-1 to Glendene United at the Solo Street sport grounds in Steenberg.

The tournament, which has been sponsored by Peninsula Beverages for the last 21 years, will see the winner go home with R35 000 from a R400 000 prize purse.

Bucking the trend of fallen champions was Rygersdal, who tasted sweet revenge against Beacon Spurs from the Mitchell’s Plain LFA, beating them 4-2 at the Rooikraans sports grounds in Grassy Park.

It was Spurs who eliminated Rygersdal at the quarter-final stage of last year’s tournament.

In other matches in Grassy Park, Southampton beat Manenberg’s FC Orient 5-4 in a penalty shootout after the match finished 1-1 after 90 minutes.

Dale Hendricks’s FC Orient were leading 1-0 when Southampton equalised through a goal by Gavin Crow with seconds to spare.

Grassy Park side Heath Athletic comfortably saw off Pella Sporting 3-1. Sergio Phillips, Seraj Dreyer and Zubair Isaacs scored for Heath Athletic, while Devan Jonkers scored a consolation goal for Pella Sporting.

Rieduwaan Anthony’s Hanover Park team, affectionately known as “Brasse vanni Park”, celebrated a 9-1 win over Colville United from the Mitchell’s Plain LFA.

Shaahid Maloy (3), Armien Camphel (2), Morne Abrahams (2), Dean James en Clint Engelbrecht shared in the goal bonanza for Hanover Park while Noer Jacobs ensured Colville United had a goal to shout about.

Full results . In Grassy Park: Liverpool FC 2, Meadowridge FC 0; Southampton 5, FC Orient 4 (after penalties, 1-1); Hanover Park FC 9, Colville United 1; Heath Athletic 3, Pella Sporting 1; Rygersdal FC 4, Beacon Spurs 2; Two Oceans Academy 3, Juventus FC (Mitchell’s Plain) 0; Kraaifontein FC (Oostenberg) 6, CT Military 5 (after penalties, 1-1); Retreat United 9, Highlanders FC (Monwabisi) 0.

. In Bonteheuwel: D&G Orient 2, Jamestown United 1; Bellville City 3, Everton Spurs 2 (after penalties, 2-2); Mfuleni United 2, FC Booysen 1; Goal-50-United 3, FC Rise 2; Durbanville 4, Melchester Rovers 2; Bluegum United 1, Wesley United 0; South End 3, FN Rangers 0; Sporting United 3, Robinvale Spurs 2 (after penalties, 3-3).

. In Johnson Road: Spenston 5, Baltic Rangers 2; United Brothers 3, Hazendal United 1; Leeds Lentegeur, 2, Island Rovers 1; Hustlaz FC 2, Ravensmead 0; Grassy Park United 1, Kewtown United 0; Silver Spurs 8, FC Bayern 0; Valhalla United 4, Turfhall FC 3 (after penalties, 2-2); Sunningdale City 5, Invincible Cravenby 3 (after penalties, 1-1).

. In Manenberg: Hotspurs 3, Mowglies 1; Celtic 5, Abatshana 4; Stars United 5, JMI Academy 3 (after penalties, 2-2); Chelsea AU 4, Oasis FC 3; Crystal Palace 4, Battswood 0; Stephanian Ottery 4, Tottenham Hotspurs 3 (after penalties, 1-1); Primrose Park 4, Saringa Spurs 3 (after penalties, 2-2).

. At Langa Stadium: FC Tafelzucht 3, Young Pirates 2 (after penalties, 3-3).

. At Solo Street: Glendene United 3, Central 1; Woodlands United 3, Bellstar United 1; Greenwood Athletic 2, Jomos Power 1; FC Cafda 4, Salt River Blackpool 2.

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