Fine form bouys Rangers

Goal 50 United president, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, was a boost to his team’s performance in Heideveld on Saturday. Here he is (far left), flanked by coach Cody Damon and Anthony Barnes.PHOTO: André Cruywagen
Goal 50 United president, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, was a boost to his team’s performance in Heideveld on Saturday. Here he is (far left), flanked by coach Cody Damon and Anthony Barnes.PHOTO: André Cruywagen

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

FN Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels was upbeat about his team’s performance and described the victory as a breakthrough for his squad.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

With six games remaining, the current log leaders FN Rangers are smashing their foes with severe humiliation and Daniels attributes this to the team attitude, taking on every game with a positive approach.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC in Strandfontein.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld.

United played with vigour and self-discipline, but the rock solid Oceans defence curbed them. Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers.

Neither team can afford at this current status to drop points, with hectic games ahead under severe scrutiny.

Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens. Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday.

The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door.

With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area. Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.

Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodien.

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC in Strandfontein.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld­.

United played with vigour and self-discipline, but the rock solid Oceans defence curbed them. Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers­.

Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens.

Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday.

The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door.

With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area. Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.

Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodien.

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

FN Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels was upbeat about his team’s performance and described the victory as a breakthrough for his squad.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

With six games remaining, the current log leaders FN Rangers are smashing their foes with severe humiliation and Daniels attributes this to the team attitude, taking on every game with a positive approach.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld. Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers.

Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens. Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday. The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door.

With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area. Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodien.

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC in Strandfontein.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld­.

United played with vigour and self-discipline, but the rock solid Oceans defence curbed them. Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers­.

Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens.

Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday.

The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door.

With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area. Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.

Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodien.

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC in Strandfontein.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld­.

United played with vigour and self-discipline, but the rock solid Oceans defence curbed them. Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers­. Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens.

Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday.

The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door. With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area. Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.

Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodien­.

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

FN Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels was upbeat about his team’s performance and described the victory as a breakthrough for his squad.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

With six games remaining, the current log leaders FN Rangers are smashing their foes with severe humiliation and Daniels attributes this to the team attitude, taking on every game with a positive approach.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld. Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers.

Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens. Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday. The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door.

With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area. Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodien.

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

FN Rangers coach Arreshaat Daniels was upbeat about his team’s performance and described the victory as a breakthrough for his squad.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

With six games remaining, the current log leaders FN Rangers are smashing their foes with severe humiliation and Daniels attributes this to the team attitude, taking on every game with a positive approach­.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC in Strandfontein.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld.

United played with vigour and self-discipline, but the rock solid Oceans defence curbed them. Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further­.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers.

Neither team can afford at this current status to drop points, with hectic games ahead under severe scrutiny.

Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens. Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday.

The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door.

With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area. Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodien.

FN Rangers annihilated Riverside Rangers 3-1 in a tough SAB Safa Cape Town League encounter played at the Hickory Road Astro Turf on Saturday.

The Maitland stars have now progressed further and strengthened their league position over their rivals.

In the first half, both teams were playing attacking soccer but their strikers failed to score from several chances.

Utility FN Rangers striker Thabiet Baartman netted a brace of goals to drown Rangers early in the second half. Riverside were forced by their counterparts into a dismal situation.

Roberto Collins netted for Riverside while Danny Molopo widened the gap between them and their nearest rivals.

Junction Rovers were denied a victory on Saturday after being forced into a 2-2 draw against Bayview FC in Strandfontein­.

Goal 50 United had to settle for a goalless draw against Two Oceans Academy in Heideveld­.

United played with vigour and self-discipline, but the rock solid Oceans defence curbed them.

Oceans played with eagerness to salvage their current status as the league’s bottom placed club, regaining their confidence after each pass.

In attendance was the president of United, Nigel Pascoe from the Guernsey Islands in the UK, who inspired his team via coach Mario van Niekerk. The United team was satisfied with the one-point gain whilst new Oceans coach, Fuad Cook, said his team played better and will use today’s game as a stepping stone on which to build further.

Greenwood Athletic enforced the pressure on the current log leaders after they toppled Citizens FC 3-1 in Langa.

Currently the Retreat-based team is second on the log in close pursuit of FN Rangers­.

Tevin Horn with his quick brace and Ryan Adams steered their team to victory while Sihle Kuse netted for Citizens.

Leon Miller, coach of Greenwood, is a proud mentor, saying with their first season in the SAB League that his team is a forced to be reckoned with.

Bluegum United destroyed Silver Spurs 2-1 in a pulsating second-round encounter played in Heideveld on Saturday.

The Bonteheuwel-based team also signalled their dominance over Spurs.

This Heideveld derby was a moment for Bluegum United to outmanoeuvre a struggling Spurs team. Only time will reveal whether Victor Tajoodien can salvage his team’s pride or to be shown the door.

With the restart of the second half, it was an opening feast for Bluegum after they stormed the Spurs goal area.

Adnaan Beatie, the Bluegum coach, inspired his team to a well-deserve victory with his tenacity and was jubilant at the win.

Mogamat Buchanan and Shafwaad Christians netted for Bluegum while Izaam Miller scored at ease, upsetting Tajoodie­n.

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