Eyethu soccer action

2016-04-28 06:00

THE soccer matches played under the Eyethu Premier League at Albersville sports ground on Sunday provided a feast of goals and an exhilarating display of skills.

The Bafana crushed Juventus FC six nil in their fast paced encounter to maintain their position at the top of the Hibiscus Coast Football Association log. The Bafana’s first goal came through the boot of Mxolisi Ncanein the tenth minute. Juventus’ defence seemed to fall apart after this as five more goals followed in the next 29 minutes. Juventus tried to regroup in the second half but the damage had already been done. They remain at the bottom of the log with one game played.

In the next match, Lamont White City played to a one-all draw against Heroes FC. South Coast VW United also played to a one-all draw against Never Mind.

Sunday, 1 May fixture

9:30am – Juventus FC vs Lamont White City

11am – Heroes FC vs Madiba Stars

12:30pm – Citizen FC vs Destroyers FC

2pm – Bazokhala United vs FC Barsil

All matches played at Albersville sports grounds. – Supplied.


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