Tight competition at league games

2018-09-06 06:01
Captain of the Tigers FC, Mthunzi Ndlovu, can be seen kicking the ball to his teammate. PHOTO: supplied

Captain of the Tigers FC, Mthunzi Ndlovu, can be seen kicking the ball to his teammate. PHOTO: supplied

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THE Gamalakhe Youth Development League held a successful league tournament at the Cendell sports field in Gamalakhe on Saturday.

The league started on a promising note for some as teams enjoyed their opening games with three points, while still others started on the losing side. Ultimately, it was the Glamourboys who took the cup as they trashed Young Achievers by seven goals to nil.

Other results included All Stars beating Tigers 3-2, Supersport beating Tigerboys 3-2, Citizen beating Unique Aces 6-0, and Sunshine taking down Hot Spurs 2-1..

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