Good footy at U13 tourney

2012-10-09 00:00

THE Strini Moodley U13 junior soccer tournament kicks off at the Port Shepstone Senior Primary School Grounds on Saturday at 8:30 am.

This year, 10 schools will be taking part and making every effort to try and stop Louisiana Primary’s dominance, the school having won the tournament back-to-back in 2010 and 2011. The schools taking part are Merlewood Primary, St Martin de Porres, Port Shepstone Primary, Naidoo Memorial, Marburg Primary, Hlanganani, R.A. Engar, Port Shepstone Senior Primary, Louisiana Primary and Griffen Dore.

The family of Strini Moodley urges the community, especially former Port Shepstone footballers, to come and watch and support the tournament.

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