Westville go down in hard-fought final

2013-10-01 00:00

SIX KZN schools were among the 20 schools that participated in the Nedbank Grey College Soccer tournament during the holidays.

The 20 teams were divided into four pools with Kloof in Pool A, Westville in Pool B, George Campbell and Glenwood in Pool C and DHS and Northwood in Pool D. It was an exhausting four days with all sides playing six matches.

At the end of the pool matches, Westville and DHS were the best placed KZN teams with both being second in their pools. George Campbell had the same number of points as the two top teams in Pool C, but were third on goal difference. Kloof, Glenwood and Northwood were each fourth in their pools. These four teams then played in the Plate quarter-finals.

Westville and DHS played in the Cup quarter-finals with Westville winning 1-0 against hosts Grey College to go through to the semi-final. Here they drew 1-1 with Victoria Park, but went ahead 5-4 on penalties and then played in the final against Norkem Park. In a hard-fought match, Westville went down 0-1.

DHS lost 0-1 against Victoria Park and then in the play-offs for 5/6 place they lost on penalties against Tsosletso after ending 4-all.

George Campbell and Kloof both won their matches against St Peters and St Stithians respectively and then played one another in the Plate semis where Campbell won 4-3 but then lost 0-3 against Benoni in the Plate final to be placed 10th at the tournament.

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