Randsons emerge victorious

2016-09-14 06:00
 Photo: supplied Randsons lifted the Ralph Reuben Memorial Knockout Cup after beating Grove End on Thursday night.

Photo: supplied Randsons lifted the Ralph Reuben Memorial Knockout Cup after beating Grove End on Thursday night.

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Randsons Volleyball Club emerged victorious in the Ralph Reuben Memorial Knockout Cup final played before a huge crowd at the association courts on Thursday.
Randsons looked dead and buried after losing the opening set (22-25) and were trailing 9-16 in the 2nd set but Mark Padiachi underlined his introduction into the game with a sublime performance. His ability to single-handedly destroy the opponents was evident on Thursday night. He grabbed the game by the scruff of its neck and resurrected Randsons from the dead. They levelled the score after winning the 2nd set (26-24). In the third set, Grove End were all at sea with a catalogue of unforced errors which resulted in their down fall.
Darnall United rubbed salt into the wounded KSST outfit, beating them 2-1 to secure a podium finish.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday night Cool Leaders took the first step in their quest for honours in the corporate ranks after beating Frendz (2-0) and Glenhills Sporting (2-1) in the round robin matches of the SPI spring corporate knockout tournament. They will lock horns with Glenhills Sporting in the final tonight (Wednesday) at 8pm. KwaDukuza Volleyball Association will be hosting the Nandos Stanger- sponsored knockout tournament for women tonight (Wednesday) at the association courts at 6pm. The tournament is open to all ladies and participation is free. In the event of inclement weather the tournament will take place on Friday.

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