Mount Ernestina Combined School news

2018-04-25 06:00
A jubilant soccer team, winners of the Umvoti CMC Copa Coca-Cola, with their managers Mr SS Mhlanzi, Ms TF Masango and Ms HF Sokhela.

A jubilant soccer team, winners of the Umvoti CMC Copa Coca-Cola, with their managers Mr SS Mhlanzi, Ms TF Masango and Ms HF Sokhela.

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MOUNT Ernestina Under-15 soccer team were the winners of the CMC Copa Coca-Cola tournament held in Greytown at King Edward Park last Thursday.

Eight schools competed in the tournament. In the first match, the team taught Hermmansburg High School soccer lessons by beating them 3 goals to 0.

It was a goalless draw against Mashingizela High School.

The final hard match was against Buhlebuyeza Secondary School, which ended with 2 goals to 0 in favour of Mount Ernestina The team will now play at district level on June 26.

— Report by Thanda Jila.

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