Zonke Superspar Motherwell Sports Challenge results

2019-07-10 06:01
Community Fitness and Health Club Taebo Dance are the champions.Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

Community Fitness and Health Club Taebo Dance are the champions.Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

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THE Motherwell Sports Forum (MSF)’s fifth annual Zonke Superspar Motherwell Sports Challenge turned out to be a resounding success at the end of last month.

The programme included boys u/15 soccer, karate, tae bo dance, netball, athletics and basketball.

MSF chairperson, Sibongile Fondini, who was visibly chuffed, said the event went smoothly. Fondini highlighted that the standard of the tournament had improved from that of previous years.

“There is big improvement when it comes to the organisation. The athletes also made the tournament attractive. We are overwhelmed and proud of our federations,” said Fondini.

In soccer, Shining Stars were crowned champions after defeating Royal Bucks 4-1 in the finals. Stars’ coach, Bongolethu Mafele, striker Tshepo Makhosi and goalkeeper Sandile Mbilini received a trophy each.

Liverpool player, Sandile Bonani, received a player of the tournament award trophy.

In netball, Flying Eagles went home with the floating trophy and gold medals, while the runners-up Moonlight Stars received silver medals.

The best goal defender award trophy went to Moonlight Stars’ Sivenathi Kitsana, Milan Stars’ Zola Mkize was best goal shooter, NU 12 United NC’s Thandokuhle Blanket was most promising player and the best player trophy went to Flying Eagles’ Yolani Soya.

In tae bo dance, Community Fitness Health Club won, with Step 2 Up # Flash NU 13 in second and Mamzo Fitness Gym NU 12 third.

Basketball fans saw PE Comets lifting the trophy, with Motherwell All Stars coming second.

The most outstanding players were Siyabonga Mali, Unathi Kwekwani, Lebogang Malan and Asemahle Klaas.

In karate, Motherwell KyoKushin Kan Karate Club (MKKKC) claimed the first spot after accumulating nine points, while second-placed Oyama Kara Dojo (OKD) had six points.

Lungelo Singata (OKD), Banathi Bangani (MKKKC), Sinethemba Ngaleka (MKKKC) and Sthembiso Ngaleka (MKKKC) won in the cubs-, lioness-, young lions-, and warriors sections.

Motherwell Athletics and Youth 4 Change Athletics clubs also participated in the event.

Fondini thanked the sponsors, Zonke Superspar, for their contribution.


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