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2016-08-09 06:00
 Chesre Wahaco of Belgravia High School gloves the ball away from Clint Perrang of Woodlands High in a MRP Foundation Knockout Cup match played in Mitchell’s Plain on Saturday. Woodlands beat their Athlone opponents 1-0. PHOTO: rashied isaacs

Chesre Wahaco of Belgravia High School gloves the ball away from Clint Perrang of Woodlands High in a MRP Foundation Knockout Cup match played in Mitchell’s Plain on Saturday. Woodlands beat their Athlone opponents 1-0. PHOTO: rashied isaacs

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The most popular event on the school’s football calendar, the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is heading for an exciting showdown with the last of the three-match round robin format group matches to be contested today (Tuesday)(9th August) at the Westridge Sports Complex in Mitchell’s Plain.

It is day two of the competition featuring 32 high school teams and an interesting tussle is on the cards in Group A between Tafelsig High and Spine Road High for the top spot in the group.

Both high schools have accumulated the maximum six points from their two assignments and their meeting will determine who wins the battle for the group winners tag and further advancement to the knockout stage.

The Spine Road High side kept a clean sheet in both of their games on Saturday – beating Maitland High 2-0 with a goal apiece from Junaid Jones and Nadeem Nanga and later sent Rocklands High reeling to a 1-0 defeat following Nathaniel America’s decisive goal in the second stanza.

Tafelsig High began their campaign with a 2-0 win against Rocklands High and a 2-1 win against Maitland High thanks to second half goals by Emeraan Rayners and Marceline Jeftha while Shane Paulse scored an own goal for Maitland High.

Princeton High was another promising outfit that laid their cards down and scored five goals in total. Shahied Mentoor scoring four with a unforgettable hat-trick against Zola High (4-0) of Khayelitsha. They won 1-0 in hard fought victory against Woodlands High.

Charles Uys’ (mentor) Princeton side head Group E with six points and have already qualified for a place in the next round.

Second placed Woodlands High having beaten Belgravia 1-0 and with three points to their name, will have to beat Zola High in their last group match to qualify for a Last 16 place.

The Stellenzicht High side in Group B has already stamped down their authority with two wins to secure six points. It will be interesting to see who of Lentegeur High and Beacon Hill High with three points each from two games will join Stellenzicht High.

The neck-and neck contestants, Strandfontein High and Portland have most probably secured their places in the Last 16 and share joint top spot in Group C with five points from their two matches.

In Group D Cloetesville High are leading the pack with six points from two straight victories with Groenvlei High most likely to qualify and join them in the Last 16 round.

The defending champions, Robinvale High from Atlantis, and Mondale High have four points each in Group G and should proceed to the Last 16 round. Cedar High and Aloe High will have to win their remaining matches. Groote Schuur High, Glendale High and Muizenberg High will also have to win to see which two sides have done enough to qualify from Group F for the Last 16 round.

The tournament gets underway at 09:00 with the round robin group matches continuing and thereafter the Last 16 round will start.

The third and final day of the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is on Saturday 13 August. It will culminate in the three cup finals – the Winners Section Championship trophy, Shield winners and Plate winners. Individual awards up for grabs include player of the tournament, top goalscorer, best goalkeeper, best coach and fairplay award.

The most popular event on the school’s football calendar, the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is heading for an exciting showdown with the last of the three-match round robin format group matches to be contested today (9th August) at the Westridge Sports Complex in Mitchell’s Plain.

An interesting tussle is on the cards in Group A between Tafelsig High and Spine Road High for the top spot in the group.

Both high schools have accumulated the maximum six points from their two assignments.

The Spine Road High side kept a clean sheet in both of their games on Saturday – beating Maitland High 2-0 with a goal apiece from Junaid Jones and Nadeem Nanga and later sent Rocklands High reeling to a 1-0 defeat following Nathaniel America’s decisive goal in the second stanza.

Tafelsig began their campaign with a 2-0 win against Rocklands and a 2-1 win against Maitland thanks to second half goals by Emeraan Rayners and Marceline Jeftha while Shane Paulse scored an own goal for Maitland High.

Princeton High scored five goals in total. Shahied Mentoor scoring four with a unforgettable hat-trick against Zola High (4-0) of Khayelitsha. They won 1-0 in hard fought victory against Woodlands High.

Princeton heads Group E with six points and have already qualified for a place in the next round.

Second placed Woodlands High having beaten Belgravia 1-0 and with three points to their name, will have to beat Zola High in their last group match to qualify for a Last 16 place.

The Stellenzicht High side in Group B has already stamped down their authority with two wins to secure six points. It will be interesting to see who of Lentegeur High and Beacon Hill High with three points each from two games will join Stellenzicht High.

The neck-and neck contestants, Strandfontein High and Portland have most probably secured their places in the Last 16 and share joint top spot in Group C with five points from their two matches.

In Group D Cloetesville High are leading the pack with six points from two straight victories with Groenvlei High most likely to qualify and join them in the Last 16 round.

The defending champions, Robinvale High from Atlantis, and Mondale High have four points each in Group G and should proceed to the Last 16 round. Cedar High and Aloe High will have to win their remaining matches. Groote Schuur High, Glendale High and Muizenberg High will also have to win to see which two sides have done enough to qualify from Group F for the Last 16 round.

The tournament gets underway at 09:00 with the round robin group matches continuing and thereafter the Last 16 round will start.

The final day of the tournament is on Saturday 13 August.

The most popular event on the school’s football calendar, the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is heading for an exciting showdown with the last of the three-match round robin format group matches to be contested today (Tuesday)(9th August) at the Westridge Sports Complex in Mitchell’s Plain.

It is day two of the competition featuring 32 high school teams and an interesting tussle is on the cards in Group A between Tafelsig High and Spine Road High for the top spot in the group.

Both high schools have accumulated the maximum six points from their two assignments and their meeting will determine who wins the battle for the group winners tag and further advancement to the knockout stage.

The Spine Road High side kept a clean sheet in both of their games on Saturday – beating Maitland High 2-0 with a goal apiece from Junaid Jones and Nadeem Nanga and later sent Rocklands High reeling to a 1-0 defeat following Nathaniel America’s decisive goal in the second stanza.

Tafelsig High began their campaign with a 2-0 win against Rocklands High and a 2-1 win against Maitland High thanks to second half goals by Emeraan Rayners and Marceline Jeftha while Shane Paulse scored an own goal for Maitland High.

Princeton High was another promising outfit that laid their cards down and scored five goals in total. Shahied Mentoor scoring four with a unforgettable hat-trick against Zola High (4-0) of Khayelitsha. They won 1-0 in hard fought victory against Woodlands High.

Charles Uys’ (mentor) Princeton side head Group E with six points and have already qualified for a place in the next round.

Second placed Woodlands High having beaten Belgravia 1-0 and with three points to their name, will have to beat Zola High in their last group match to qualify for a Last 16 place.

The Stellenzicht High side in Group B has already stamped down their authority with two wins to secure six points. It will be interesting to see who of Lentegeur High and Beacon Hill High with three points each from two games will join Stellenzicht High.

The neck-and neck contestants, Strandfontein High and Portland have most probably secured their places in the Last 16 and share joint top spot in Group C with five points from their two matches.

In Group D Cloetesville High are leading the pack with six points from two straight victories with Groenvlei High most likely to qualify and join them in the Last 16 round.

The defending champions, Robinvale High from Atlantis, and Mondale High have four points each in Group G and should proceed to the Last 16 round. Cedar High and Aloe High will have to win their remaining matches. Groote Schuur High, Glendale High and Muizenberg High will also have to win to see which two sides have done enough to qualify from Group F for the Last 16 round.

The tournament gets underway at 09:00 with the round robin group matches continuing and thereafter the Last 16 round will start.

The third and final day of the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is on Saturday 13 August. It will culminate in the three cup finals – the Winners Section Championship trophy, Shield winners and Plate winners. Individual awards up for grabs include player of the tournament, top goalscorer, best goalkeeper, best coach and fairplay award.

The most popular event on the school’s football calendar, the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is heading for an exciting showdown with the last of the three-match round robin format group matches to be contested today (Tuesday)(9th August) at the Westridge Sports Complex in Mitchell’s Plain.

It is day two of the competition featuring 32 high school teams and an interesting tussle is on the cards in Group A between Tafelsig High and Spine Road High for the top spot in the group.

Both high schools have accumulated the maximum six points from their two assignments and their meeting will determine who wins the battle for the group winners tag and further advancement to the knockout stage.

The Spine Road High side kept a clean sheet in both of their games on Saturday – beating Maitland High 2-0 with a goal apiece from Junaid Jones and Nadeem Nanga and later sent Rocklands High reeling to a 1-0 defeat following Nathaniel America’s decisive goal in the second stanza.

Tafelsig High began their campaign with a 2-0 win against Rocklands High and a 2-1 win against Maitland High thanks to second half goals by Emeraan Rayners and Marceline Jeftha while Shane Paulse scored an own goal for Maitland High.

Princeton High was another promising outfit that laid their cards down and scored five goals in total. Shahied Mentoor scoring four with a unforgettable hat-trick against Zola High (4-0) of Khayelitsha. They won 1-0 in hard fought victory against Woodlands High.

Charles Uys’ (mentor) Princeton side head Group E with six points and have already qualified for a place in the next round.

Second placed Woodlands High having beaten Belgravia 1-0 and with three points to their name, will have to beat Zola High in their last group match to qualify for a Last 16 place.

The Stellenzicht High side in Group B has already stamped down their authority with two wins to secure six points. It will be interesting to see who of Lentegeur High and Beacon Hill High with three points each from two games will join Stellenzicht High.

The neck-and neck contestants, Strandfontein High and Portland have most probably secured their places in the Last 16 and share joint top spot in Group C with five points from their two matches.

In Group D Cloetesville High are leading the pack with six points from two straight victories with Groenvlei High most likely to qualify and join them in the Last 16 round.

The defending champions, Robinvale High from Atlantis, and Mondale High have four points each in Group G and should proceed to the Last 16 round. Cedar High and Aloe High will have to win their remaining matches. Groote Schuur High, Glendale High and Muizenberg High will also have to win to see which two sides have done enough to qualify from Group F for the Last 16 round.

The tournament gets underway at 09:00 with the round robin group matches continuing and thereafter the Last 16 round will start.

The third and final day of the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is on Saturday 13 August. It will culminate in the three cup finals – the Winners Section Championship trophy, Shield winners and Plate winners. Individual awards up for grabs include player of the tournament, top goalscorer, best goalkeeper, best coach and fairplay award.

The most popular event on the school’s football calendar, the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is heading for an exciting showdown with the last of the three-match round robin format group matches to be contested today (Tuesday)(9th August) at the Westridge Sports Complex in Mitchell’s Plain.

It is day two of the competition featuring 32 high school teams and an interesting tussle is on the cards in Group A between Tafelsig High and Spine Road High for the top spot in the group.

Both high schools have accumulated the maximum six points from their two assignments and their meeting will determine who wins the battle for the group winners tag and further advancement to the knockout stage.

The Spine Road High side kept a clean sheet in both of their games on Saturday – beating Maitland High 2-0 with a goal apiece from Junaid Jones and Nadeem Nanga and later sent Rocklands High reeling to a 1-0 defeat following Nathaniel America’s decisive goal in the second stanza.

Tafelsig High began their campaign with a 2-0 win against Rocklands High and a 2-1 win against Maitland High thanks to second half goals by Emeraan Rayners and Marceline Jeftha while Shane Paulse scored an own goal for Maitland High.

Princeton High was another promising outfit that laid their cards down and scored five goals in total. Shahied Mentoor scoring four with a unforgettable hat-trick against Zola High (4-0) of Khayelitsha. They won 1-0 in hard fought victory against Woodlands High.

Charles Uys’ (mentor) Princeton side head Group E with six points and have already qualified for a place in the next round.

Second placed Woodlands High having beaten Belgravia 1-0 and with three points to their name, will have to beat Zola High in their last group match to qualify for a Last 16 place.

The Stellenzicht High side in Group B has already stamped down their authority with two wins to secure six points. It will be interesting to see who of Lentegeur High and Beacon Hill High with three points each from two games will join Stellenzicht High.

The neck-and neck contestants, Strandfontein High and Portland have most probably secured their places in the Last 16 and share joint top spot in Group C with five points from their two matches.

In Group D Cloetesville High are leading the pack with six points from two straight victories with Groenvlei High most likely to qualify and join them in the Last 16 round.

The defending champions, Robinvale High from Atlantis, and Mondale High have four points each in Group G and should proceed to the Last 16 round. Cedar High and Aloe High will have to win their remaining matches. Groote Schuur High, Glendale High and Muizenberg High will also have to win to see which two sides have done enough to qualify from Group F for the Last 16 round.

The tournament gets underway at 09:00 with the round robin group matches continuing and thereafter the Last 16 round will start.

The third and final day of the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is on Saturday 13 August. It will culminate in the three cup finals – the Winners Section Championship trophy, Shield winners and Plate winners. Individual awards up for grabs include player of the tournament, top goalscorer, best goalkeeper, best coach and fairplay award.

The most popular event on the school’s football calendar, the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is heading for an exciting showdown with the last of the three-match round robin format group matches to be contested today (Tuesday)(9th August) at the Westridge Sports Complex in Mitchell’s Plain.

It is day two of the competition featuring 32 high school teams and an interesting tussle is on the cards in Group A between Tafelsig High and Spine Road High for the top spot in the group.

Both high schools have accumulated the maximum six points from their two assignments and their meeting will determine who wins the battle for the group winners tag and further advancement to the knockout stage.

The Spine Road High side kept a clean sheet in both of their games on Saturday – beating Maitland High 2-0 with a goal apiece from Junaid Jones and Nadeem Nanga and later sent Rocklands High reeling to a 1-0 defeat following Nathaniel America’s decisive goal in the second stanza.

Tafelsig High began their campaign with a 2-0 win against Rocklands High and a 2-1 win against Maitland High thanks to second half goals by Emeraan Rayners and Marceline Jeftha while Shane Paulse scored an own goal for Maitland High.

Princeton High was another promising outfit that laid their cards down and scored five goals in total. Shahied Mentoor scoring four with a unforgettable hat-trick against Zola High (4-0) of Khayelitsha. They won 1-0 in hard fought victory against Woodlands High.

Charles Uys’ (mentor) Princeton side head Group E with six points and have already qualified for a place in the next round.

Second placed Woodlands High having beaten Belgravia 1-0 and with three points to their name, will have to beat Zola High in their last group match to qualify for a Last 16 place.

The Stellenzicht High side in Group B has already stamped down their authority with two wins to secure six points. It will be interesting to see who of Lentegeur High and Beacon Hill High with three points each from two games will join Stellenzicht High.

The neck-and neck contestants, Strandfontein High and Portland have most probably secured their places in the Last 16 and share joint top spot in Group C with five points from their two matches.

In Group D Cloetesville High are leading the pack with six points from two straight victories with Groenvlei High most likely to qualify and join them in the Last 16 round. The defending champions, Robinvale High from Atlantis, and Mondale High have four points each in Group G and should proceed to the Last 16 round. Cedar High and Aloe High will have to win their remaining matches. Groote Schuur High, Glendale High and Muizenberg High will also have to win to see which two sides have done enough to qualify from Group F for the Last 16 round.

The tournament gets underway at 09:00 with the round robin group matches continuing and thereafter the Last 16 round will start.

The third and final day of the MRP Foundation Knockout Cup is on Saturday 13 August. It will culminate in the three cup finals – the Winners Section Championship trophy, Shield winners and Plate winners. Individual awards up for grabs include player of the tournament, top goalscorer, best goalkeeper, best coach and fairplay award.

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