Carter host Midlands High Schools FA Cup

2012-08-28 00:00

CARTER High School has been announced as host of the 2012 Midlands High Schools FA Cup, to be held on September 15 and 16. Last year’s tournament was won by Ixopo, who beat Haythorne in a thrilling final and these two teams are expected to feature again, with stiff competition from the hosts and Maritzburg College, who are fresh from winning the KZN U19 tournament. Also included for the first time is a girls’ tournament.

“We are thrilled to be hosting the tournament this year and we will put on a good show for players and spectators alike,” said Ismail Kajee, head of sport at Carter High School. There are some places still available for the cup. Schools wanting to enter should contact Daniel Haswell at 083 792 3668 or daniel@soc


The KZN High Schools Association has announced the selection of the coaches and managers for their provincial teams. Trials are under way for the next two weeks across the province to select the boys who will represent KZN in Gauteng at the end of September.

U19 head coach: Daniel Haswell, Maritzburg College; team manager: Jeremy Parsons, Northwood; U16 head coach: Steve Howard, Glenwood; team manager: Ben Bosch, Maritzburg College; U15 head coach: Lewis Donnelly, Westville Boys’ High; team manager: JC van Rensburg, Pinetown; U14 head coach: Thabiso Makhita, Westville Boys’ High; team manager: Mark Griffiths, Pinetown; chairperson of the selection panel: Steve Bezuidenhout, Westville Boys’ High.

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