The U13 defeated Jamarie Academy with an astounding 6-0 score line in an entertaining final at George Campbell School grounds while the U17s won 1-0 against Jamarie Academy in their respective age group category on Sunday.
The U15s lost 2-1 to Durban Madrid. AmaZulu U15 Coach Lindokuhle ‘Dinto’ Mkhize said his charges gave a good account of themselves throughout the tournament and won’t let the loss get them down as “preparing for the league remain top on their agenda.”
Former AmaZulu defender, Belix Kasonga expressed more delight on the fact that the U13s kept to his instruction despite clearly dominating their counterparts in the final.
“Our ambition was to get to the final and win of course, I’m very proud of my boys. The only concern so far and what we need to improve is getting back up in the goalkeeping department,” said Kasonga.
U17 Coach Khaya Mngwengwe praised his side for outwitting Umlazi based bitter rivals, Jamarie Academy to secure the trophy.
U13 striker, Eddie Jaliel and U17 goalkeeper, Siyanda Khumalo both took player of the tournament honours under their respective age groups. The pair each received a Vodacom Tablet valued at R1000 and a Vodacom starter with free data.
The Easter Tournament saw Durban Central affiliating clubs battle it out over a three day competition held at George Campbell Grounds. The tournament gives local clubs an opportunity to prepare for the league action.Share