Olwandle makes it into finals

2015-09-24 06:00

Olwandle High School soccer team (pictured) played in Durban Princess Magogo stadium in the top eight and qualified for the finals in Top 32 Schools Tournament.

Olwandle High School soccer team (pictured) played in Durban Princess Magogo stadium in the top eight and qualified for the finals in Top 32 Schools Tournament.

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OLWANDLE High soccer team has made into the Top 32 Schools Tournament.

The team played in the top eight to qualify for the finals over the weekend against Pinetown Boys’ High.

Olwandle sports co-ordinator, Mkhondi Mufamadi, said the boys made the South Coast proud.

“The boys really outshone themselves in the weekend’s game as we drew 2-2 and went into the finals and scored two winning goals making it 4-2.”

Mufamadi asked for community support when they play in the final.

“We can still get support from the public­ and former Olwande soccer players. It can be supporters coming with us to the game, sponsors for our trip to the finals, anything, just to show support.”

The final will be at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on 4 October.

“The boys are very excited about the final as a [player] selection will be done by Toyota, one of the sponsors.

“Toyota Durban is one of the sponsors and it has challenged players in the tournament.

“Toyota said it will be selecting players who will form a team that will represent it in Japan,” he said.

Everyone is invited to watch the game, free of charge.

He thanks Hibiscus Coast Municipality for its continued support and for providing them with transport to and from Durban for their matches

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