High-scoring games becoming the norm

2019-06-19 06:00

IN a week of high-scoring matches in the PELFA league, Central Acemates thumped African Leopards 6-1.

For Acemates, Lwazi Sahula scored one, Malibingwe Sobikwa netted two and Daniel Mensah added a goal, making the half-time score 4-0.

Just after the break, Andile McClean scored Leopards’ only goal. Sahula and Mensah netted to complete a brace each.

Callies beat Priory Shamrocks A 7-2. Goal scorers for Callies were Kurt Petersen with a hat-trick with Karl Perreira, Razeen Davids, Moenier Safedien and Shane Barnard getting a goal each. Callies led 3-1 at half-time.

Fairview Rovers and Mahle Old Grey A played out a 1-1 draw. Pele put Old Grey one up. Sheldon van Heerden equalised for Rovers.

St Albans enjoyed their game, beating Priory Shamrocks B 10-2.

For St Albans Akhona Dyaba scored five, Siyabonga Namba two, Zuzile Khonza two and Mzwandile Geleba one goal, respectively.

Malabar Legends beat NMB Municipality 1-0 nil in a close game. Jermaine van Rooyen scored Malabar’s winning goal. Callies now top the Tier A log with 18 points followed by Acemates on 17 in second spot.

St Albans and West Park are both on 16 points in Tier B. St Albans is first on goal difference.

Games for tonight, June 19:

Mahle Old Grey A vs African Leopards - Old Grey S/C at 19:30

Priory Shamrocks A vs Fairview Rovers - NMU at 19:30 Kuyga Masters vs Callies - Kuyga Community Field at 19:30

NMBM vs PE City - Westbourne Oval at 19:00

West Park vs Malabar Legends - Londt Park S/C at 19:30 St. Albans vs Mahle Old Grey B - St. Albans t 19:30.

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