Rebels annihilated

2018-04-24 06:01

FN Rangers annihilated Rebels FC 10-1 in a one-sided SAB Safa Cape Town fixture played in Site C, Lingelethu on Saturday.

Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels is five games away from seeing his team crowned league champions.

He hopes to help continue his outfit’s winning streak until their final league encounter.

Antonio Quissana, Fabian Wareley and Alfonso Roman netted two goals each, while Danny Molopo, Fadiel Rhode and Thabiet Baartman netted one each, with a confused own goal by Unathi Mbizo.

Daniels will be facing the toughest game of the season against Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf in Athlone tomorrow night.

This thriller will be a do-or-die battle for both teams. Rovers are third on the log and Daniels will need to keep his charges motivated if they are to defend their current position against an ever-impressive Rovers squad.

Greenwood Athletic, second on the log, ripped apart Silver Spurs 6-3 in their crucial encounter.

Greenwood coach Lionel Miller ignited his team with his dedicated ability, which put his Silver Spurs counterpart Victor Tajoodien in an awkward predicament.

The Retreat-based Greenwood team had the upper hand over Tajoodien‘s struggling minnows.

Ryan Wilderman injected more grief for the opponents with his brace of goals, while Nathan Brown, Tevin Horn, Donovan Titus and Ryan Adams netted one each. Nizaam Miller netted a stunning hat-trick, but that couldn’t prevent Tajoodien from suffering another agonising defeat.

Goal 50 United lashed Bellstar United 4-1 in their encounter played in Heideveld.

Mario van Niekerk is on cloud nine with his team’s performance after three straight victories. Jason Busch hammered two outstanding goals for his team from his solo attacks. Aidan Gouvias and substitute Niven Scot also scored to drown Bellstar. Charlton Thomas scored the consolation goal for the travellers.

Riverside Rangers were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against Cape Town United in the later kick-off in Heideveld on Saturday.

Rangers lacked the urgency to score from valuable opportunities, and their coach Leslie Mondo lamented the inconsistent performance from his strikers. Meanwhile, Mondo’s opposite number, Monwabisi Ralarala, is elated with the score and the fact that despite the tough game, his team had an “all hands on deck” approach.

United took an early advantage after Xola Ntedna scored to establish his team’s authority over Mondo’s camp.

In the second half, an improved Rangers took possession of the ball and as a result Roberto Collins equalised for them.

In the crucial last ten minutes of the game, both teams played with a “no surrender” mindset. With this in mind, Ntedna netted again for his team, but his hard work was nullified after Jemondre Dickens netted for Rangers in this evenly balanced fixture.

Kuils River upset the Heideveld cabal after they demolished Junction Rovers 6-1 in the final match to kick off in Heideveld on Saturday.

Zaheer Simons’s Kuils River team inflicted a severe blow over his rival Chrisando de Weber.

Rovers, who currently occupy third spot on the league table, weren’t themselves and perhaps they felt the heat from the log leaders FN Rangers.

Rovers will have the chance to make up ground on Rangers when the two teams meet in Athlone tomorrow.

Rovers were reduced to nine men after the referee, Gideon Adams, signalled the dreaded red card for Antonio Thomas and Zechariah Arendse respectively.

As a result, Kuils River played with discipline and caused havoc for the Heideveld faithful.

Marvin Meyer scored a magnificent hat-trick, while Darryl Rose scored a brace and Jehanno Franchman steered them to a well-earned victory. Ronaldo Adams netted for Rovers.

Fixture:

Wednesday (tomorrow):

FN Rangers v Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf at 20:00

FN Rangers annihilated Rebels FC 10-1 in a one-sided SAB Safa Cape Town fixture played in Site C, Lingelethu on Saturday.

Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels is five games away from seeing his team crowned league champions. He hopes to help continue his outfit’s winning streak until their final league encounter.

Antonio Quissana, Fabian Wareley and Alfonso Roman netted two goals each, while Danny Molopo, Fadiel Rhode and Thabiet Baartman netted one each, with a confused own goal by Unathi Mbizo.

Daniels will be facing the toughest game of the season against Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf in Athlone tomorrow night.

This thriller will be a do-or-die battle for both teams. Rovers are third on the log and Daniels will need to keep his charges motivated if they are to defend their current position against an ever-impressive Rovers squad.

Greenwood Athletic, second on the log, ripped apart Silver Spurs 6-3 in their crucial encounter.

Greenwood coach Lionel Miller ignited his team with his dedicated ability, which put his Silver Spurs counterpart Victor Tajoodien in an awkward predicament.

The Retreat-based Greenwood team had the upper hand over Tajoodien‘s struggling minnows.

Ryan Wilderman injected more grief for the opponents with his brace of goals, while Nathan Brown, Tevin Horn, Donovan Titus and Ryan Adams netted one each. Nizaam Miller netted a stunning hat-trick, but that couldn’t prevent Tajoodien from suffering another agonising defeat.

Goal 50 United lashed Bellstar United 4-1 in their encounter played in Heideveld.

Mario van Niekerk is on cloud nine with his team’s performance after three straight victories. Jason Busch hammered two outstanding goals for his team from his solo attacks. Aidan Gouvias and substitute Niven Scot also scored to drown Bellstar. Charlton Thomas scored the consolation goal for the travellers.

Riverside Rangers were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against Cape Town United in the later kick-off in Heideveld on Saturday.

Rangers lacked the urgency to score from valuable opportunities, and their coach Leslie Mondo lamented the inconsistent performance from his strikers. Meanwhile, Mondo’s opposite number, Monwabisi Ralarala, is elated with the score and the fact that despite the tough game, his team had an “all hands on deck” approach.

United took an early advantage after Xola Ntedna scored to establish his team’s authority over Mondo’s camp.

In the second half, an improved Rangers took possession of the ball and as a result Roberto Collins equalised for them.

In the crucial last ten minutes of the game, both teams played with a “no surrender” mindset. With this in mind, Ntedna netted again for his team, but his hard work was nullified after Jemondre Dickens netted for Rangers in this evenly balanced fixture.

Kuils River upset the Heideveld cabal after they demolished Junction Rovers 6-1 in the final match to kick off in Heideveld on Saturday.

Zaheer Simons’s Kuils River team inflicted a severe blow over his rival Chrisando de Weber.

Rovers, who currently occupy third spot on the league table, weren’t themselves and perhaps they felt the heat from the log leaders FN Rangers.

Rovers will have the chance to make up ground on Rangers when the two teams meet in Athlone tomorrow.

Rovers were reduced to nine men after the referee, Gideon Adams, signalled the dreaded red card for Antonio Thomas and Zechariah Arendse respectively.

As a result, Kuils River played with discipline and caused havoc for the Heideveld faithful.Marvin Meyer scored a magnificent hat-trick, while Darryl Rose scored a brace and Jehanno Franchman steered them to a well-earned victory. Ronaldo Adams netted for Rovers.

Fixture:

Wednesday (tomorrow):

FN Rangers v Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf at 20:00

FN Rangers annihilated Rebels FC 10-1 in a one-sided SAB Safa Cape Town fixture played in Site C, Lingelethu on Saturday.

Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels is five games away from seeing his team crowned league champions.

He hopes to help continue his outfit’s winning streak until their final league encounter­.

Antonio Quissana, Fabian Wareley and Alfonso Roman netted two goals each, while Danny Molopo, Fadiel Rhode and Thabiet Baartman netted one each, with a confused own goal by Unathi Mbizo.

Daniels will be facing the toughest game of the season against Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf in Athlone tomorrow night.

This thriller will be a do-or-die battle for both teams. Rovers are third on the log and Daniels will need to keep his charges motivated if they are to defend their current position against an ever-impressive Rovers squad.

Greenwood Athletic, second on the log, ripped apart Silver Spurs 6-3 in their crucial encounter.

Greenwood coach Lionel Miller ignited his team with his dedicated ability, which put his Silver Spurs counterpart Victor Tajoodien in an awkward predicament.

The Retreat-based Greenwood team had the upper hand over Tajoodien‘s struggling minnows.

Ryan Wilderman injected more grief for the opponents with his brace of goals, while Nathan Brown, Tevin Horn, Donovan Titus and Ryan Adams netted one each. Nizaam Miller netted a stunning hat-trick, but that couldn’t prevent Tajoodien from suffering another agonising defeat.

Goal 50 United lashed Bellstar United 4-1 in their encounter played in Heideveld.

Mario van Niekerk is on cloud nine with his team’s performance after three straight victories. Jason Busch hammered two outstanding goals for his team from his solo attacks. Aidan Gouvias and substitute Niven Scot also scored to drown Bellstar. Charlton Thomas scored the consolation goal for the travellers.

Riverside Rangers were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against Cape Town United in the later kick-off in Heideveld on Saturday.

Rangers lacked the urgency to score from valuable opportunities, and their coach Leslie Mondo lamented the inconsistent performance from his strikers.

Meanwhile, Mondo’s opposite number, Monwabisi Ralarala, is elated with the score and the fact that despite the tough game, his team had an “all hands on deck” approach.

United took an early advantage after Xola Ntedna scored to establish his team’s authority over Mondo’s camp.

In the second half, an improved Rangers took possession of the ball and as a result Roberto Collins equalised for them.

In the crucial last ten minutes of the game, both teams played with a “no surrender” mindset. With this in mind, Ntedna netted again for his team, but his hard work was nullified after Jemondre Dickens netted for Rangers in this evenly balanced fixture­.

Kuils River upset the Heideveld cabal after they demolished Junction Rovers 6-1 in the final match to kick off in Heideveld on Saturday.

Zaheer Simons’s Kuils River team inflicted a severe blow over his rival Chrisando de Weber.

Rovers, who currently occupy third spot on the league table, weren’t themselves and perhaps they felt the heat from the log leaders FN Rangers.

Rovers will have the chance to make up ground on Rangers when the two teams meet in Athlone tomorrow.

Rovers were reduced to nine men after the referee, Gideon Adams, signalled the dreaded red card for Antonio Thomas and Zechariah Arendse respectively.

As a result, Kuils River played with discipline and caused havoc for the Heideveld faithful.

Marvin Meyer scored a magnificent hat-trick, while Darryl Rose scored a brace and Jehanno Franchman steered them to a well-earned victory. Ronaldo Adams netted for Rovers.

Fixture:

Wednesday (tomorrow):

FN Rangers v Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf at 20:00

FN Rangers annihilated Rebels FC 10-1 in a one-sided SAB Safa Cape Town fixture played in Site C, Lingelethu on Saturday.

Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels is five games away from seeing his team crowned league champions.

Antonio Quissana, Fabian Wareley and Alfonso Roman netted two goals each, while Danny Molopo, Fadiel Rhode and Thabiet Baartman netted one each, with a confused own goal by Unathi Mbizo.

Daniels will be facing the toughest game of the season against Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf in Athlone tomorrow night.

Greenwood Athletic, second on the log, ripped apart Silver Spurs 6-3 in their crucial encounter. Greenwood coach Lionel Miller ignited his team with his dedicated ability, which put his Silver Spurs counterpart Victor Tajoodien in an awkward predicament.

Ryan Wilderman injected more grief for the opponents with his brace of goals, while Nathan Brown, Tevin Horn, Donovan Titus and Ryan Adams netted one each. Nizaam Miller netted a stunning hat-trick, but that couldn’t prevent Tajoodien from suffering another agonising defeat.

Goal 50 United lashed Bellstar United 4-1 in their encounter played in Heideveld.

Mario van Niekerk is on cloud nine with his team’s performance after three straight victories. Jason Busch hammered two outstanding goals for his team from his solo attacks. Aidan Gouvias and substitute Niven Scot also scored to drown Bellstar. Charlton Thomas scored the consolation goal for the travellers.

Riverside Rangers were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against Cape Town United in the later kick-off in Heideveld on Saturday.

In the second half, an improved Rangers took possession of the ball and as a result Roberto Collins equalised for them.

In the crucial last ten minutes of the game, both teams played with a “no surrender” mindset. With this in mind, Ntedna netted again for his team, but his hard work was nullified after Jemondre Dickens netted for Rangers in this evenly balanced fixture.

Kuils River upset the Heideveld cabal after they demolished Junction Rovers 6-1 in the final match to kick off in Heideveld on Saturday. Zaheer Simons’s Kuils River team inflicted a severe blow over his rival Chrisando de Weber.

Rovers, who currently occupy third spot on the league table, weren’t themselves and perhaps they felt the heat from the log leaders FN Rangers.

Rovers will have the chance to make up ground on Rangers when the two teams meet in Athlone tomorrow.

Rovers were reduced to nine men after the referee, Gideon Adams, signalled the dreaded red card for Antonio Thomas and Zechariah Arendse respectively. As a result, Kuils River played with discipline and caused havoc for the Heideveld faithful.

Fixture:

Wednesday (tomorrow):

FN Rangers v Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf at 20:00

FN Rangers annihilated Rebels FC 10-1 in a one-sided SAB Safa Cape Town fixture played in Site C, Lingelethu on Saturday.

Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels is five games away from seeing his team crowned league champions.

Antonio Quissana, Fabian Wareley and Alfonso Roman netted two goals each, while Danny Molopo, Fadiel Rhode and Thabiet Baartman netted one each, with a confused own goal by Unathi Mbizo.

Daniels will be facing the toughest game of the season against Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf in Athlone tomorrow night.

Greenwood Athletic, second on the log, ripped apart Silver Spurs 6-3 in their crucial encounter. Greenwood coach Lionel Miller ignited his team with his dedicated ability, which put his Silver Spurs counterpart Victor Tajoodien in an awkward predicament.

Ryan Wilderman injected more grief for the opponents with his brace of goals, while Nathan Brown, Tevin Horn, Donovan Titus and Ryan Adams netted one each. Nizaam Miller netted a stunning hat-trick, but that couldn’t prevent Tajoodien from suffering another agonising defeat.

Goal 50 United lashed Bellstar United 4-1 in their encounter played in Heideveld.

Mario van Niekerk is on cloud nine with his team’s performance after three straight victories. Jason Busch hammered two outstanding goals for his team from his solo attacks. Aidan Gouvias and substitute Niven Scot also scored to drown Bellstar. Charlton Thomas scored the consolation goal for the travellers.

Riverside Rangers were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against Cape Town United in the later kick-off in Heideveld on Saturday.

In the second half, an improved Rangers took possession of the ball and as a result Roberto Collins equalised for them.

In the crucial last ten minutes of the game, both teams played with a “no surrender” mindset. With this in mind, Ntedna netted again for his team, but his hard work was nullified after Jemondre Dickens netted for Rangers in this evenly balanced fixture.

Kuils River upset the Heideveld cabal after they demolished Junction Rovers 6-1 in the final match to kick off in Heideveld on Saturday. Zaheer Simons’s Kuils River team inflicted a severe blow over his rival Chrisando de Weber.

Rovers, who currently occupy third spot on the league table, weren’t themselves and perhaps they felt the heat from the log leaders FN Rangers.

Rovers will have the chance to make up ground on Rangers when the two teams meet in Athlone tomorrow.

Rovers were reduced to nine men after the referee, Gideon Adams, signalled the dreaded red card for Antonio Thomas and Zechariah Arendse respectively. As a result, Kuils River played with discipline and caused havoc for the Heideveld faithful.

Fixture:

Wednesday (tomorrow):

FN Rangers v Junction Rovers at Hickory Road Astro Turf at 20:00

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