Santos crush Zizwe United

2018-02-13 06:00

Santos crushed Zizwe United 4-0 in an ABC Motsepe Safa provincial encounter played at Lansdowne on Saturday.

Santos kept up the pressure to ensure that their visiting counterparts struggled to regain their composure.

Santos, which is a club in transition after their dramatic fall from grace, used their home turf advantage to assert their dominance in the ball possession stakes. Wade Crowie, vice-skipper for Santos and son of former Bafana Bafana midfielder Duncan Crowie, proved yet again the quality of the rich and famous legacy of the Crowie clan. Crowie was instrumental with the ball at his feet and spurred his team to a magnificent triumph.

With this performance, the 26-year-old Crowie also signalled a clear indication towards potential higher honours, should his service be required.

Servue de Wee, Shaun Sopic and Darren Omaticus, along with Crowie, rubbed salt into a wounded visiting team with their goals.

SAB League

Junction Rovers gained a valuable log point against Greenwood Athletic in a 2-2 draw on Heideveld sports fields on Saturday in an SAB Safa Cape Town fixture.

Rovers, with the home crowd on their side, fought hard to secure their league position at the top of the standings.

Donavan Titus lifted the visitors’ hopes with a superb volley goal that ignited the flames of the hosts and changed the course of the result.

Abdurrahman Moses levelled the score for the home team in the 42nd minute from the penalty spot.

Confusion reigned in the home squad’s camp, which led to an own goal being let in and the lead handed back to Greenwood Athletic.

The goal reignited Rovers’ ambition and helped them pull off the impossible, storming the goal area of Greenwood in the dying minutes of the game, which allowed Zechariah Arendse to equalise for Rovers seconds before the final whistle blew.

Santos crushed Zizwe United 4-0 in an ABC Motsepe Safa provincial encounter played at Lansdowne on Saturday.

Santos kept up the pressure to ensure that their visiting counterparts struggled to regain their composure­.

Santos, which is a club in transition after their dramatic fall from grace, used their home turf advantage to assert their dominance in the ball possession stakes.

Wade Crowie, vice-skipper for Santos and son of former Bafana Bafana midfielder Duncan Crowie, proved yet again the quality of the rich and famous legacy of the Crowie clan.

Crowie was instrumental with the ball at his feet and spurred his team to a magnificent triumph.

With this performance, the 26-year-old Crowie also signalled a clear indication towards potential higher honours, should his service be required.

Servue de Wee, Shaun Sopic and Darren Omaticus, along with Crowie, rubbed salt into a wounded visiting team with their goals.

SAB League

Junction Rovers gained a valuable log point against Greenwood Athletic in a 2-2 draw on Heideveld sports fields on Saturday in an SAB Safa Cape Town fixture.

Rovers, with the home crowd on their side, fought hard to secure their league position at the top of the standings.

Donavan Titus lifted the visitors’ hopes with a superb volley goal that ignited the flames of the hosts and changed the course of the result.

Abdurrahman Moses levelled the score for the home team in the 42nd minute from the penalty spot.

Confusion reigned in the home squad’s camp, which led to an own goal being let in and the lead handed back to Greenwood Athletic.

The goal reignited Rovers’ ambition and helped them pull off the impossible, storming the goal area of Greenwood in the dying minutes of the game, which allowed Zechariah Arendse to equalise for Rovers seconds before the final whistle blew.

Santos crushed Zizwe United 4-0 in an ABC Motsepe Safa provincial encounter played at Lansdowne on Saturday.

Santos kept up the pressure to ensure that their visiting counterparts struggled to regain their composure.

Santos, which is a club in transition after their dramatic fall from grace, used their home turf advantage to assert their dominance in the ball possession stakes. Wade Crowie, vice-skipper for Santos and son of former Bafana Bafana midfielder Duncan Crowie, proved yet again the quality of the rich and famous legacy of the Crowie clan. Crowie was instrumental with the ball at his feet and spurred his team to a magnificent triumph.

With this performance, the 26-year-old Crowie also signalled a clear indication towards potential higher honours, should his service be required.

Servue de Wee, Shaun Sopic and Darren Omaticus, along with Crowie, rubbed salt into a wounded visiting team with their goals.

SAB League

Junction Rovers gained a valuable log point against Greenwood Athletic in a 2-2 draw on Heideveld sports fields on Saturday in an SAB Safa Cape Town fixture.

Rovers, with the home crowd on their side, fought hard to secure their league position at the top of the standings.

Donavan Titus lifted the visitors’ hopes with a superb volley goal that ignited the flames of the hosts and changed the course of the result.

Abdurrahman Moses levelled the score for the home team in the 42nd minute from the penalty spot. Confusion reigned in the home squad’s camp, which led to an own goal being let in and the lead handed back to Greenwood Athletic.

The goal reignited Rovers’ ambition and helped them pull off the impossible, storming the goal area of Greenwood in the dying minutes of the game, which allowed Zechariah Arendse to equalise for Rovers seconds before the final whistle blew.

Santos crushed Zizwe United 4-0 in an ABC Motsepe Safa provincial encounter played at Lansdowne on Saturday.

Santos kept up the pressure to ensure that their visiting counterparts struggled to regain their composure­.

Santos, which is a club in transition after their dramatic fall from grace, used their home turf advantage to assert their dominance in the ball possession stakes.

Wade Crowie, vice-skipper for Santos and son of former Bafana Bafana midfielder Duncan Crowie, proved yet again the quality of the rich and famous legacy of the Crowie clan.

Crowie was instrumental with the ball at his feet and spurred his team to a magnificent triumph.

With this performance, the 26-year-old Crowie also signalled a clear indication towards potential higher honours, should his service be required.

Servue de Wee, Shaun Sopic and Darren Omaticus, along with Crowie, rubbed salt into a wounded visiting team with their goals.

SAB League

Junction Rovers gained a valuable log point against Greenwood Athletic in a 2-2 draw on Heideveld sports fields on Saturday in an SAB Safa Cape Town fixture.

Rovers, with the home crowd on their side, fought hard to secure their league position at the top of the standings.

Donavan Titus lifted the visitors’ hopes with a superb volley goal that ignited the flames of the hosts and changed the course of the result.

Abdurrahman Moses levelled the score for the home team in the 42nd minute from the penalty spot.

Confusion reigned in the home squad’s camp, which led to an own goal being let in and the lead handed back to Greenwood Athletic.

The goal reignited Rovers’ ambition and helped them pull off the impossible, storming the goal area of Greenwood in the dying minutes of the game, which allowed Zechariah Arendse to equalise for Rovers seconds before the final whistle blew.

Santos crushed Zizwe United 4-0 in an ABC Motsepe Safa provincial encounter played at Lansdowne on Saturday.

Santos kept up the pressure to ensure that their visiting counterparts struggled to regain their composure­.

Santos, which is a club in transition after their dramatic fall from grace, used their home turf advantage to assert their dominance in the ball possession stakes.

Wade Crowie, vice-skipper for Santos and son of former Bafana Bafana midfielder Duncan Crowie, proved yet again the quality of the rich and famous legacy of the Crowie clan.

Crowie was instrumental with the ball at his feet and spurred his team to a magnificent triumph.

With this performance, the 26-year-old Crowie also signalled a clear indication towards potential higher honours, should his service be required.

Servue de Wee, Shaun Sopic and Darren Omaticus, along with Crowie, rubbed salt into a wounded visiting team with their goals.

SAB League

Junction Rovers gained a valuable log point against Greenwood Athletic in a 2-2 draw on Heideveld sports fields on Saturday in an SAB Safa Cape Town fixture.

Rovers, with the home crowd on their side, fought hard to secure their league position at the top of the standings.

Donavan Titus lifted the visitors’ hopes with a superb volley goal that ignited the flames of the hosts and changed the course of the result.

Abdurrahman Moses levelled the score for the home team in the 42nd minute from the penalty spot.

Confusion reigned in the home squad’s camp, which led to an own goal being let in and the lead handed back to Greenwood Athletic.

The goal reignited Rovers’ ambition and helped them pull off the impossible, storming the goal area of Greenwood in the dying minutes of the game, which allowed Zechariah Arendse to equalise for Rovers seconds before the final whistle blew.

Santos crushed Zizwe United 4-0 in an ABC Motsepe Safa provincial encounter played at Lansdowne on Saturday.

Santos kept up the pressure to ensure that their visiting counterparts struggled to regain their composure.

Santos, which is a club in transition after their dramatic fall from grace, used their home turf advantage to assert their dominance in the ball possession stakes. Wade Crowie, vice-skipper for Santos and son of former Bafana Bafana midfielder Duncan Crowie, proved yet again the quality of the rich and famous legacy of the Crowie clan. Crowie was instrumental with the ball at his feet and spurred his team to a magnificent triumph.

With this performance, the 26-year-old Crowie also signalled a clear indication towards potential higher honours, should his service be required.

Servue de Wee, Shaun Sopic and Darren Omaticus, along with Crowie, rubbed salt into a wounded visiting team with their goals.

SAB League

Junction Rovers gained a valuable log point against Greenwood Athletic in a 2-2 draw on Heideveld sports fields on Saturday in an SAB Safa Cape Town fixture.

Rovers, with the home crowd on their side, fought hard to secure their league position at the top of the standings.

Donavan Titus lifted the visitors’ hopes with a superb volley goal that ignited the flames of the hosts and changed the course of the result.

Abdurrahman Moses levelled the score for the home team in the 42nd minute from the penalty spot. Confusion reigned in the home squad’s camp, which led to an own goal being let in and the lead handed back to Greenwood Athletic.

The goal reignited Rovers’ ambition and helped them pull off the impossible, storming the goal area of Greenwood in the dying minutes of the game, which allowed Zechariah Arendse to equalise for Rovers seconds before the final whistle blew.

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