Soccer clubs invited to tournament

2016-05-12 06:00

LOCAL soccer clubs are invited to the Nkosinathi Mgcotshelwa Soccer Tournament at Eshobeni Location in Ezingolweni on 16 June, the aim of which is develop young soccer and netball talent.

Nkosinathi Cele, tournament founder, said there will be lots of prizes up for grabs, including a cow, a soccer jersey and cash.

Soccer teams are required to pre-register at a cost of R500 per team, which will go towards the prize money. Netball teams do not have to pay anything.

For more information, contact the organisers Simo Langazana on 063 202 6518 or Mzwandile Xolo on 072 314 2048.

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