Rovers keep streak alive

2018-03-27 06:01
Junction Rovers are on cloud nine with a hat-trick of wins over Hanover Park, Goal 50 United and Riverside.PHOTO: Andre Cruywagen

Junction Rovers are on cloud nine with a hat-trick of wins over Hanover Park, Goal 50 United and Riverside.PHOTO: Andre Cruywagen

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Junction Rovers narrowly beat Riverside Rangers 1-0 in an SAB Safa Cape Town home fixture played in Heideveld on Saturday.

Rovers are on a three-match winning streak which has transpired within seven days after facing severe opposition, accruing nine log points in the process.

Rovers’ manager Chrisando de Weber attributes his team’s excellent spell to humility and respect for their rivals.

Rangers, under the guidance of their coach Leslie Mondo, played attacking soccer after a goalless first half. However, Junction Rovers’ goalkeeper Carlo Jones would step up to be his team’s hero after pulling off match-winning saves.

De Weber outmanoeuvred his rivals with his tactics after he brought on 36-year-old veteran Zechariah Arendse.

Arendse ignited his teammates with his display of commitment, powerfully steering his cabal to another victory.

Earlier on in the week Junction Rovers beat Goal 50 United 2-1 in a titanic derby played in Heideveld on Tuesday night.

The game was electric, with both teams wanting to win this epic encounter. Zechariah Arendse and Antonio Thomas netted for Rovers while Duwayne Beukes scored the consolation goal for Goal 50.

FN Rangers pulled off another close victory after they edged passed Bellstar FC 3-2.

Rangers steadied their top-of-the-log position despite facing severe opposition from Bellstar. Rangers’ manager Arreshaat Daniels, with his wealth of soccer knowledge, again galvanised a phenomenal victory for his team from the coaching bench. Danny Molopo, with his brace of goals, and Thabiet Baartman netted for the Maitland-based Rangers, while Royston Jood and Tristan Speelman scored for Bellstar. Daniels was elated with his team’s performance.

Bayview FC saw off Rebels FC 2-0 in their encounter. The home side Bayview played with vigour whereas the visitors Rebels couldn’t counter.

Bayview’s agile striker, Davron Cerfontyne, sounded the winning bells for his team after he netted and secured home-turf elation. Bayview coach Rezaan Jacob marshalled his troops to victory and is happy that his team is on the right path after two wins and three draws in their last five games.

Cape Town United narrowly subdued Two Oceans Academy 2-1 in a hard-fought thriller.

United played with determination so as not to let go of their home advantage, while the visitors continued to struggle after failing to win from several encounters.

Their strikers lacked the final touch of class that could have changed their fortunes. Buntu Mkhize and Lala Zitha netted for United, while Craig Jones scored for the visitors.

Greenwood Athletic sealed their dominance over rivals Bluegum United in a double-header within two days in Heideveld on Sunday.

On Friday night the two teams played to a 1-1 draw in Retreat. David Beukes scored for the home team while Shafwaad Christians netted for the Bonteheuwel-based team.

This stalemate encounter was a must-win for both teams. Lionel Miller, the Greenwood manager, strategised his team’s winning attitude while his counterpart Adnaan Bartie tried in vain to secure any points. Miller is excited and grateful for his team collecting the three points. Ryan Wildermann, the lethal front striker of Greenwood, scored a magnificent goal for his team after spotting the sloppy clearance from the Bluegum goal area.

ABC Motsepe

Santos annihilated Barcelona FC 4-1 in an ABC Motsepe Safa Provincial League fixture played in Lansdowne on Friday night.

Santos has improved vastly with home performance and certainly makes sure that rivals are despatched home empty-handed.

The once darlings of Cape Town football are desperate to reclaim their elite status in the Mother City. Darron Omaticus, with his stunning hat-trick, proved his quality with the ball, and Ashley Hartog caused panic among the exhausted Beaufort West team. Timisi Pule netted the consolation goal for the visitors.

Glendene United FC overcame Hout Bay United FC in their fixture 1-0.

The atmosphere on the field was tense with an evenly balanced contest, with neither team willing to surrender to defeat.

Minenhe Mwape scored the only goal in this clash, while Deon Cornish from the Glendene camp acknowledged the bravery from his keeper Carlyle Davids, who stood resolutely against the Hout Bay onslaught.

Zizwe United and Ajax played to a 1-1 tie in their fixture.

Sinenethamba Mti scored for Zizwe and Sonwabile Mfecane for Ajax.

Junction Rovers narrowly beat Riverside Rangers 1-0 in an SAB Safa Cape Town home fixture played in Heideveld on Saturday­.

Rovers are on a three-match winning streak which has transpired within seven days after facing severe opposition, accruing nine log points in the process.

Rovers’ manager Chrisando de Weber attributes his team’s excellent spell to humility and respect for their rivals.

Rangers, under the guidance of their coach Leslie Mondo, played attacking soccer after a goalless first half. However, Junction Rovers’ goalkeeper Carlo Jones would step up to be his team’s hero after pulling off match-winning saves.

De Weber outmanoeuvred his rivals with his tactics after he brought on 36-year-old veteran Zechariah Arendse.

Earlier on in the week Junction Rovers beat Goal 50 United 2-1 in a titanic derby played in Heideveld on Tuesday night.

The game was electric, with both teams wanting to win this epic encounter.

Zechariah Arendse and Antonio Thomas netted for Rovers while Duwayne Beukes scored the consolation goal for Goal 50.

FN Rangers pulled off another close victory after they edged passed Bellstar FC 3-2.

Rangers steadied their top-of-the-log position despite facing severe opposition from Bellstar.

Rangers’ manager Arreshaat Daniels, with his wealth of soccer knowledge, again galvanised a phenomenal victory for his team from the coaching bench.

Danny Molopo, with his brace of goals, and Thabiet Baartman netted for the Maitland-based Rangers, while Royston Jood and Tristan Speelman scored for Bellstar.

Daniels was elated with his team’s performance.

Bayview FC saw off Rebels FC 2-0 in their encounter. The home side Bayview played with vigour whereas the visitors Rebels couldn’t counter.

Bayview’s agile striker, Davron Cerfontyne, sounded the winning bells for his team after he netted and secured home-turf elation. Bayview coach Rezaan Jacob marshalled his troops to victory and is happy that his team is on the right path after two wins and three draws in their last five games.

Cape Town United narrowly subdued Two Oceans Academy 2-1 in a hard-fought thriller­.

United played with determination so as not to let go of their home advantage, while the visitors continued to struggle after failing to win from several encounters.

Their strikers lacked the final touch of class that could have changed their fortunes. Buntu Mkhize and Lala Zitha netted for United, while Craig Jones scored for the visitors­.

Greenwood Athletic sealed their dominance over rivals Bluegum United in a double-header within two days in Heideveld on Sunday.

On Friday night the two teams played to a 1-1 draw in Retreat. David Beukes scored for the home team while Shafwaad Christians netted for the Bonteheuwel-based team.

ABC Motsepe

Santos annihilated Barcelona FC 4-1 in an ABC Motsepe Safa Provincial League fixture played in Lansdowne on Friday night.

Santos has improved vastly with home performance and certainly makes sure that rivals are despatched home empty-handed.

The once darlings of Cape Town football are desperate to reclaim their elite status in the Mother City.

Darron Omaticus, with his stunning hat-trick, proved his quality with the ball, and Ashley Hartog caused panic among the exhausted Beaufort West team.

Timisi Pule netted the consolation goal for the visitors.

Glendene United FC overcame Hout Bay United FC in their fixture 1-0.

The atmosphere on the field was tense with an evenly balanced contest, with neither team willing to surrender to defeat.

Minenhe Mwape scored the only goal in this clash, while Deon Cornish from the Glendene camp acknowledged the bravery from his keeper Carlyle Davids, who stood resolutely against the Hout Bay onslaught.

Zizwe United and Ajax played to a 1-1 tie in their fixture.

Sinenethamba Mti scored for Zizwe and Sonwabile Mfecane for Ajax.

Junction Rovers narrowly beat Riverside Rangers 1-0 in an SAB Safa Cape Town home fixture played in Heideveld on Saturday­.

Rovers are on a three-match winning streak which has transpired within seven days after facing severe opposition, accruing nine log points in the process.

Rovers’ manager Chrisando de Weber attributes his team’s excellent spell to humility and respect for their rivals.

Rangers, under the guidance of their coach Leslie Mondo, played attacking soccer after a goalless first half. However, Junction Rovers’ goalkeeper Carlo Jones would step up to be his team’s hero after pulling off match-winning saves.

De Weber outmanoeuvred his rivals with his tactics after he brought on 36-year-old veteran Zechariah Arendse.

Arendse ignited his teammates with his display of commitment, powerfully steering his cabal to another victory.

Earlier on in the week Junction Rovers beat Goal 50 United 2-1 in a titanic derby played in Heideveld on Tuesday night.

The game was electric, with both teams wanting to win this epic encounter. Zechariah Arendse and Antonio Thomas netted for Rovers while Duwayne Beukes scored the consolation goal for Goal 50.

FN Rangers pulled off another close victory after they edged passed Bellstar FC 3-2.

Rangers steadied their top-of-the-log position despite facing severe opposition from Bellstar. Rangers’ manager Arreshaat Daniels, with his wealth of soccer knowledge, again galvanised a phenomenal victory for his team from the coaching bench. Danny Molopo, with his brace of goals, and Thabiet Baartman netted for the Maitland-based Rangers, while Royston Jood and Tristan Speelman scored for Bellstar. Daniels was elated with his team’s performance.

Bayview FC saw off Rebels FC 2-0 in their encounter. The home side Bayview played with vigour whereas the visitors Rebels couldn’t counter.

Bayview’s agile striker, Davron Cerfontyne, sounded the winning bells for his team after he netted and secured home-turf elation. Bayview coach Rezaan Jacob marshalled his troops to victory and is happy that his team is on the right path after two wins and three draws in their last five games.

Cape Town United narrowly subdued Two Oceans Academy 2-1 in a hard-fought thriller­.

United played with determination so as not to let go of their home advantage, while the visitors continued to struggle after failing to win from several encounters.

Their strikers lacked the final touch of class that could have changed their fortunes. Buntu Mkhize and Lala Zitha netted for United, while Craig Jones scored for the visitors­.

Greenwood Athletic sealed their dominance over rivals Bluegum United in a double-header within two days in Heideveld on Sunday. On Friday night the two teams played to a 1-1 draw in Retreat. David Beukes scored for the home team while Shafwaad Christians netted for the Bonteheuwel-based team.

This stalemate encounter was a must-win for both teams.

Lionel Miller, the Greenwood manager, strategised his team’s winning attitude while his counterpart Adnaan Bartie tried in vain to secure any points. Miller is excited and grateful for his team collecting the three points.

Ryan Wildermann, the lethal front striker of Greenwood, scored a magnificent goal for his team after spotting the sloppy clearance from the Bluegum goal area.

ABC Motsepe

Santos annihilated Barcelona FC 4-1 in an ABC Motsepe Safa Provincial League fixture played in Lansdowne on Friday night.

Santos has improved vastly with home performance and certainly makes sure that rivals are despatched home empty-handed.

The once darlings of Cape Town football are desperate to reclaim their elite status in the Mother City.

Darron Omaticus, with his stunning hat-trick, proved his quality with the ball, and Ashley Hartog caused panic among the exhausted Beaufort West team. Timisi Pule netted the consolation goal for the visitors.

Glendene United FC overcame Hout Bay United FC in their fixture 1-0.

The atmosphere on the field was tense with an evenly balanced contest, with neither team willing to surrender to defeat.

Minenhe Mwape scored the only goal in this clash, while Deon Cornish from the Glendene camp acknowledged the bravery from his keeper Carlyle Davids, who stood resolutely against the Hout Bay onslaught.

Zizwe United and Ajax played to a 1-1 tie in their fixture.

Sinenethamba Mti scored for Zizwe and Sonwabile Mfecane for Ajax.

Junction Rovers narrowly beat Riverside Rangers 1-0 in an SAB Safa Cape Town home fixture played in Heideveld on Saturday­.

Rovers are on a three-match winning streak which has transpired within seven days after facing severe opposition, accruing nine log points in the process.

Rovers’ manager Chrisando de Weber attributes his team’s excellent spell to humility and respect for their rivals.

Rangers, under the guidance of their coach Leslie Mondo, played attacking soccer after a goalless first half. However, Junction Rovers’ goalkeeper Carlo Jones would step up to be his team’s hero after pulling off match-winning saves.

De Weber outmanoeuvred his rivals with his tactics after he brought on 36-year-old veteran Zechariah Arendse.

Arendse ignited his teammates with his display of commitment, powerfully steering his cabal to another victory.

Earlier on in the week Junction Rovers beat Goal 50 United 2-1 in a titanic derby played in Heideveld on Tuesday night.

The game was electric, with both teams wanting to win this epic encounter. Zechariah Arendse and Antonio Thomas netted for Rovers while Duwayne Beukes scored the consolation goal for Goal 50.

FN Rangers pulled off another close victory after they edged passed Bellstar FC 3-2.

Rangers steadied their top-of-the-log position despite facing severe opposition from Bellstar. Rangers’ manager Arreshaat Daniels, with his wealth of soccer knowledge, again galvanised a phenomenal victory for his team from the coaching bench. Danny Molopo, with his brace of goals, and Thabiet Baartman netted for the Maitland-based Rangers, while Royston Jood and Tristan Speelman scored for Bellstar. Daniels was elated with his team’s performance.

Bayview FC saw off Rebels FC 2-0 in their encounter. The home side Bayview played with vigour whereas the visitors Rebels couldn’t counter.

Bayview’s agile striker, Davron Cerfontyne, sounded the winning bells for his team after he netted and secured home-turf elation. Bayview coach Rezaan Jacob marshalled his troops to victory and is happy that his team is on the right path after two wins and three draws in their last five games.

Cape Town United narrowly subdued Two Oceans Academy 2-1 in a hard-fought thriller­.

United played with determination so as not to let go of their home advantage, while the visitors continued to struggle after failing to win from several encounters.

Their strikers lacked the final touch of class that could have changed their fortunes. Buntu Mkhize and Lala Zitha netted for United, while Craig Jones scored for the visitors­.

Greenwood Athletic sealed their dominance over rivals Bluegum United in a double-header within two days in Heideveld on Sunday.

On Friday night the two teams played to a 1-1 draw in Retreat. David Beukes scored for the home team while Shafwaad Christians netted for the Bonteheuwel-based team.

This stalemate encounter was a must-win for both teams.

Lionel Miller, the Greenwood manager, strategised his team’s winning attitude while his counterpart Adnaan Bartie tried in vain to secure any points. Miller is excited and grateful for his team collecting the three points.

Ryan Wildermann, the lethal front striker of Greenwood, scored a magnificent goal for his team after spotting the sloppy clearance from the Bluegum goal area.

ABC Motsepe

Santos annihilated Barcelona FC 4-1 in an ABC Motsepe Safa Provincial League fixture played in Lansdowne on Friday night.

Santos has improved vastly with home performance and certainly makes sure that rivals are despatched home empty-handed.

The once darlings of Cape Town football are desperate to reclaim their elite status in the Mother City.

Darron Omaticus, with his stunning hat-trick, proved his quality with the ball, and Ashley Hartog caused panic among the exhausted Beaufort West team.

Timisi Pule netted the consolation goal for the visitors.

Glendene United FC overcame Hout Bay United FC in their fixture 1-0.

The atmosphere on the field was tense with an evenly balanced contest, with neither team willing to surrender to defeat.

Minenhe Mwape scored the only goal in this clash, while Deon Cornish from the Glendene camp acknowledged the bravery from his keeper Carlyle Davids, who stood resolutely against the Hout Bay onslaught.

Zizwe United and Ajax played to a 1-1 tie in their fixture.

Sinenethamba Mti scored for Zizwe and Sonwabile Mfecane for Ajax.

Junction Rovers narrowly beat Riverside Rangers 1-0 in an SAB Safa Cape Town home fixture played in Heideveld on Saturday­.

Rovers are on a three-match winning streak which has transpired within seven days after facing severe opposition, accruing nine log points in the process.

Rovers’ manager Chrisando de Weber attributes his team’s excellent spell to humility and respect for their rivals.

Rangers, under the guidance of their coach Leslie Mondo, played attacking soccer after a goalless first half. However, Junction Rovers’ goalkeeper Carlo Jones would step up to be his team’s hero after pulling off match-winning saves.

De Weber outmanoeuvred his rivals with his tactics after he brought on 36-year-old veteran Zechariah Arendse.

Arendse ignited his teammates with his display of commitment, powerfully steering his cabal to another victory.

Earlier on in the week Junction Rovers beat Goal 50 United 2-1 in a titanic derby played in Heideveld on Tuesday night.

The game was electric, with both teams wanting to win this epic encounter. Zechariah Arendse and Antonio Thomas netted for Rovers while Duwayne Beukes scored the consolation goal for Goal 50.

FN Rangers pulled off another close victory after they edged passed Bellstar FC 3-2.

Rangers steadied their top-of-the-log position despite facing severe opposition from Bellstar. Rangers’ manager Arreshaat Daniels, with his wealth of soccer knowledge, again galvanised a phenomenal victory for his team from the coaching bench. Danny Molopo, with his brace of goals, and Thabiet Baartman netted for the Maitland-based Rangers, while Royston Jood and Tristan Speelman scored for Bellstar. Daniels was elated with his team’s performance.

Bayview FC saw off Rebels FC 2-0 in their encounter. The home side Bayview played with vigour whereas the visitors Rebels couldn’t counter.

Bayview’s agile striker, Davron Cerfontyne, sounded the winning bells for his team after he netted and secured home-turf elation. Bayview coach Rezaan Jacob marshalled his troops to victory and is happy that his team is on the right path after two wins and three draws in their last five games.

Cape Town United narrowly subdued Two Oceans Academy 2-1 in a hard-fought thriller­.

United played with determination so as not to let go of their home advantage, while the visitors continued to struggle after failing to win from several encounters.

Their strikers lacked the final touch of class that could have changed their fortunes. Buntu Mkhize and Lala Zitha netted for United, while Craig Jones scored for the visitors­.

Greenwood Athletic sealed their dominance over rivals Bluegum United in a double-header within two days in Heideveld on Sunday. On Friday night the two teams played to a 1-1 draw in Retreat. David Beukes scored for the home team while Shafwaad Christians netted for the Bonteheuwel-based team.

This stalemate encounter was a must-win for both teams.

Lionel Miller, the Greenwood manager, strategised his team’s winning attitude while his counterpart Adnaan Bartie tried in vain to secure any points. Miller is excited and grateful for his team collecting the three points.

Ryan Wildermann, the lethal front striker of Greenwood, scored a magnificent goal for his team after spotting the sloppy clearance from the Bluegum goal area.

ABC Motsepe

Santos annihilated Barcelona FC 4-1 in an ABC Motsepe Safa Provincial League fixture played in Lansdowne on Friday night.

Santos has improved vastly with home performance and certainly makes sure that rivals are despatched home empty-handed.

The once darlings of Cape Town football are desperate to reclaim their elite status in the Mother City.

Darron Omaticus, with his stunning hat-trick, proved his quality with the ball, and Ashley Hartog caused panic among the exhausted Beaufort West team. Timisi Pule netted the consolation goal for the visitors.

Glendene United FC overcame Hout Bay United FC in their fixture 1-0.

The atmosphere on the field was tense with an evenly balanced contest, with neither team willing to surrender to defeat.

Minenhe Mwape scored the only goal in this clash, while Deon Cornish from the Glendene camp acknowledged the bravery from his keeper Carlyle Davids, who stood resolutely against the Hout Bay onslaught.

Zizwe United and Ajax played to a 1-1 tie in their fixture.

Sinenethamba Mti scored for Zizwe and Sonwabile Mfecane for Ajax.

Junction Rovers narrowly beat Riverside Rangers 1-0 in an SAB Safa Cape Town home fixture played in Heideveld on Saturday­.

Rovers are on a three-match winning streak which has transpired within seven days after facing severe opposition, accruing nine log points in the process.

Rovers’ manager Chrisando de Weber attributes his team’s excellent spell to humility and respect for their rivals.

Rangers, under the guidance of their coach Leslie Mondo, played attacking soccer after a goalless first half. However, Junction Rovers’ goalkeeper Carlo Jones would step up to be his team’s hero after pulling off match-winning saves.

De Weber outmanoeuvred his rivals with his tactics after he brought on 36-year-old veteran Zechariah Arendse.

Arendse ignited his teammates with his display of commitment, powerfully steering his cabal to another victory.

Earlier on in the week Junction Rovers beat Goal 50 United 2-1 in a titanic derby played in Heideveld on Tuesday night.

The game was electric, with both teams wanting to win this epic encounter. Zechariah Arendse and Antonio Thomas netted for Rovers while Duwayne Beukes scored the consolation goal for Goal 50.

FN Rangers pulled off another close victory after they edged passed Bellstar FC 3-2.

Rangers steadied their top-of-the-log position despite facing severe opposition from Bellstar. Rangers’ manager Arreshaat Daniels, with his wealth of soccer knowledge, again galvanised a phenomenal victory for his team from the coaching bench. Danny Molopo, with his brace of goals, and Thabiet Baartman netted for the Maitland-based Rangers, while Royston Jood and Tristan Speelman scored for Bellstar. Daniels was elated with his team’s performance.

Bayview FC saw off Rebels FC 2-0 in their encounter. The home side Bayview played with vigour whereas the visitors Rebels couldn’t counter.

Bayview’s agile striker, Davron Cerfontyne, sounded the winning bells for his team after he netted and secured home-turf elation. Bayview coach Rezaan Jacob marshalled his troops to victory and is happy that his team is on the right path after two wins and three draws in their last five games.

Cape Town United narrowly subdued Two Oceans Academy 2-1 in a hard-fought thriller­.

United played with determination so as not to let go of their home advantage, while the visitors continued to struggle after failing to win from several encounters.

Their strikers lacked the final touch of class that could have changed their fortunes. Buntu Mkhize and Lala Zitha netted for United, while Craig Jones scored for the visitors­.

Greenwood Athletic sealed their dominance over rivals Bluegum United in a double-header within two days in Heideveld on Sunday.

On Friday night the two teams played to a 1-1 draw in Retreat. David Beukes scored for the home team while Shafwaad Christians netted for the Bonteheuwel-based team.

This stalemate encounter was a must-win for both teams.

Lionel Miller, the Greenwood manager, strategised his team’s winning attitude while his counterpart Adnaan Bartie tried in vain to secure any points. Miller is excited and grateful for his team collecting the three points.

Ryan Wildermann, the lethal front striker of Greenwood, scored a magnificent goal for his team after spotting the sloppy clearance from the Bluegum goal area.

ABC Motsepe

Santos annihilated Barcelona FC 4-1 in an ABC Motsepe Safa Provincial League fixture played in Lansdowne on Friday night.

Santos has improved vastly with home performance and certainly makes sure that rivals are despatched home empty-handed.

The once darlings of Cape Town football are desperate to reclaim their elite status in the Mother City.

Darron Omaticus, with his stunning hat-trick, proved his quality with the ball, and Ashley Hartog caused panic among the exhausted Beaufort West team.

Timisi Pule netted the consolation goal for the visitors.

Glendene United FC overcame Hout Bay United FC in their fixture 1-0.

The atmosphere on the field was tense with an evenly balanced contest, with neither team willing to surrender to defeat.

Minenhe Mwape scored the only goal in this clash, while Deon Cornish from the Glendene camp acknowledged the bravery from his keeper Carlyle Davids, who stood resolutely against the Hout Bay onslaught.

Zizwe United and Ajax played to a 1-1 tie in their fixture.

Sinenethamba Mti scored for Zizwe and Sonwabile Mfecane for Ajax.

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