Local SAPS male emulate their female counterparts

2016-04-27 06:00
PHOTOS: SUPPLIED  Mindlands SAPS’s male soccer team is the winner of the KZN provincial championship tournament. They are now ready to battle it out with  other winners in eight provinces in August.

PHOTOS: SUPPLIED Mindlands SAPS’s male soccer team is the winner of the KZN provincial championship tournament. They are now ready to battle it out with other winners in eight provinces in August.

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MIDLANDS SAPS’s male soccer team followed in the footsteps of their female counterparts by winning the KwaZulu-Natal provincial championship tournment at the Ladysmith Military base last weekend. This happens hot on the heels of a similar feet by their female soccer team. The midlands side played in the final against uMfolozi SAPS’s male team and beat them 1-0.

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