Mfanafuthi Mkhize made sure of his mark and gave the team an early lead. Just four minutes later, Khwela and Maphumulo took the opportunity to go on a counter attack from a midfield interception. Maphumulo layed off to Khwela on his left and Jaftha had no chance in making a save. The lead boosted confidence on the field and the Diski boys attacked the Chippa goals at will. They received little resistance from the visiting defenders and Conco began his scoring spree. Twenty six minutes in he opened his account, taking the lead up to three goals.
This means that they will go through to play Amazulu FC in the first semi final tomorrow morning at 09h00am. The second game today was between Royal Eagles FC and Richards Bay FC. Richards Bay FC put up a solid fight that saw them equalise in extra time and force the game into a penalty shoot out to decide the winner. Their players did well and ended up converting 4 penalties to Royal Eagles 2 and securing the first spot in the second semi final.
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Our best chance of scoring came in the 54th minute as Mutizwa struck a cross. His attempt caught February off guard but hit the cross bar to deny him. Just one point from the game and a lot of positives to build on as we go on the road to face Stellenbosch FC at Danie Craven Stadium on Saturday evening. We lost to Cape Town City in a nail biting 7 goal encounter that went down to the wire tonight. We did not start the game off well, and instead of taking the game to the hosts, allowed them to play us at our own game. City enjoyed the lions share of possession and field advantage in the first 45 and this showed in the score line.
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Besides scoring from a penalty we had a great opportunity to kill the match off in the 90th minute. Mutizwa went 1v1 with the keeper and hit the upright. The opponent turned over possession and won a free kick in our defensive zone and furthermore conceded a corner. The resulting corner was headed into our own net by our own player and it was 1:1 and the 90 minutes came to an end. The match went to extra 30 minutes.
Once we are informed of the details we will let you, our supporters, know. Diski action heads to Ulundi’s Prince Mangosuthu Stadium for the penultimate Diski Festival of the 2018/19 season this weekend. We take on Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday morning at 10am in the first game of the festival. The team has found their feet late in the season and unfortunately are not in contention for the title again. That being said, they are taking every game as an opportunity to strengthen tactics as we look ahead to the Shield competition later in the season. Sundowns find themselves 10 points off the top of the log too, so also have no chance of any contention in the competition.
The Brazillians had a clear chance in the 10th minute to open their account but Morena pulled his shot to the right of target. We had fewer opportunities than our visitors, and Mutizwa missed a chance when he was hasty on his final touch and narrowly missed his mark. Sundowns were determined in the first 45, making sure to go into the break with a lead after Morena nudged in a low cross for a soft goal. After the break we looked composed an determined to show what we were made of.
Mutizwa headed the ball into the net off a cross from Danny Venter to take the lead. There were a number of chances before that, where we put pressure on Ofori. Seth Parusnath had an attempt and Lamola unleashed a shot. But it was the brilliant cross that gave us the opportunity to open the scoring. Danny Venter also had a shot on target in the half, but Ofori managed to top the ball over the bar, an then later denie Mutizwa his brace with some good defending under pressure. There was not much fight from the visitors in the first half, and only fought back in the last 5 minutes of the first half looking for the equalizer. It was not to be, and heading into the break with a lead encouraged the team. After the break, we substituted Mutizwa for Moreira and it was just 2 minutes after the break that he played a ball across the face of the goal after a through ball from Lamola.
They are a team that plays with determination under the guidance of Shakes Mashaba. This was evident in their last Nedbank Cup game when they beat Maritzburg United on penalties. We lost our first game under Steve Komphela’s guidance last weekend. But the fight and character of the team to come back from being 2-0 down is a clear depiction of the confidence that he has already instilled in the players. We will be expecting direct and purposeful football from our opponents on Saturday.
The live play-by-play will be availbale for you to follow on both our Twitter and Facebook handles, and the game will also be televised live on SuperSport 4. The 2018 KZN Premier’s Cup concluded this afternoon with AmaZulu taking on Richards Bay FC in the final. It was Amazulu FC who were crowned the 2018 winners of the competition after a 1-0 win over their opponents. Once again, this exciting pre-season tournament delivered the thrills and excitement that it normally does, with 2 days of high calibre soccer from 7 of KwaZulu-Natal’s top teams.
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Our game against Maritzburg then kicked off at 15h00 with only one more opening left to play for in tomorrows action at King Zwelithini. As usual, a great game of soccer was played. We dominted the first half and were awarded a penalty for a hand ball in the box. Conco stepped up, converted the opportunity and gave us the lead. The second half of play saw Maritzburg trying to get back into the game and although a number of opportunities were created, they were not able to find the back of the net. We managed to maintain our lead in the game and secured our place in the second semi final against Richards Bay FC, scheduled for kick off at 11h30 tomorrow at King Zwelithini. The draw for the 2018 KZN Premier’s Cup took place this afternoon at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
We had a better second half and also did a few tactical switches to manipulate the match. Through consistent probing we got a free kick on top of the box in the central area, which was supposed to have been a penalty yet awarded as free kick, Mutizwa converted to make it 1:1. Despite the fact that the match ended in a draw we finished the match strong though there still a lot of work to be covered.
It’s WAFA WAFA time and we will be kicking off the 2021/22 season with an MTN8 quarter final match against SuperSport United tomorrow afternoon at Princess Magogo Stadium. Kick-off is set for 15h00, with the game being televised on Supersport and SABC 1 After a successful pre-season, Coach Lehlohonolo Seema is confident ahead of the season and stated “There’s one thing we’re looking at this season… [that one thing] is to challenge this league and push as far as we can, if the opportunity presents itself like this weekend let’s take a trophy or two and try to reward the Chairlady. ” The Coach went on to state that his Technical Team as well as the players have set high standards to reach this season. This is based on the performance of the squad last season and the belief that they can improve on the 2020/21 result.
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