Saints run into Green Machine’s solid defence

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St Charles College fullback Nkanysio Mlotshwa.
St Charles College fullback Nkanysio Mlotshwa.
Martin Ashworth

Saturday saw Saints Charles College travelling to Durban for hockey and rugby clashes against Glenwood.

The Saints 1st XI hockey drew 1-1 with Glenwood in a rather cagey fixture with both teams seemingly wary of the oppositions’ counter. St Charles enjoyed more of the possession in the first half, with the scoreline at 0-0.

In the second half, the visitors continued to have the upper hand and the dead lock was broken with an excellent short corner variation which saw Taygen Mollentze score with a flick that came off the inside of the left upright.

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