DCS face tough district competition

2018-09-14 06:00
DCS football team players. PHOTO: supplied

DCS football team players. PHOTO: supplied

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THE Department of Correctional Services (DCS) Kokstad Management Area football team lost 3-1 to the Department of Education football team during a Harry Gwala District Work and Play league match on Wednesday.

The game was a tough one and the DCS team hope to regain their footing as they prepare to take on Umzimkhulu Municipality and Greater Kokstad Municipality next Wednesday.

The league games were played at Umzimkhulu Turf.

The league was initiated for the promotion of sport to government employees and also to promote fitness in general.

The DCS team have already played four games and have a total of six points to their name since the league started in May.

The league matches are expected to be completed in October.

DCS team manager Zamokuhle Mtsolo said team players will be training hard for their Wednesday games.

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