Willard Batteries thump Eberspacher

2018-04-25 06:01

SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay Industrial League runners-up Willard Batteries showed that they were thoroughly charged up when they thumped Eberspacher 3-0 in their clash at the Malabar 1 Fields on Sunday.

Willard Batteries were unstoppable while Eberspacher did not impress their technical team or supporters.

Siyanda Blom banged in Willard Batteries’ opening goal, while Papie and Zonkie Krammer came up with a goal each to make the final score 3-0.

Aspen scored an emphatic 4-0 victory from Lemaitre at Dyke Field 2.

Meanwhile, Faurecia (Uitenhage plant) came out all guns blazing when they thrashed Ford Motor Company 5-0 at Malabar Field 2.

CRH Africa scored an easy 4-1 victory over Volpes at Marock Road Field and Kanu crashed 6-0 to the dominant Autocast at Marock Road Field.

Eveready overpowered Contitech when they embarrassed them 6-2 at Glenville Field. Sovereign were on top of their game when they destroyed Formex 4-2 at Glenville Field as well.

Despite their 2-0 loss to Shatterprufe, reigning league champions Continental improved their performance in their game that took place at Struandale Grounds.


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