The up-tempo game between Stellenbosch and Hellenic was one of the highlights of the Bayhill Cup thus far, and drew one of the biggest crowds surrounding the D Field behind the stadium.
Day two of the Bayhill Premier Cup brought the wind but raised the level of intensity and support, as the defending champions made their presence known with their physicality and efficacy in front of goal.
The Bayhill Premier Cup is back like never before – and Africa’s biggest youth tournament kicked off with a bang, opening with great goals, good vibes and goosebumps.
Development from an early age is key to survival and sustaining any sporting activity. These are the words of Western Cape baseball coach at junior level, Nelson Maphika, who recently won gold at the national championships held in Bothasig this month.
Cape Town is known for producing world-class athletes who shine on the world stage – like the nine Capetonians representing Team South Africa at the Women’s Junior World Cup In Hockey in Potchefstroom this month.
Street football may be slowly dying, but Exuberoot Skills School has tried to close that gap in football development, offering the same level of quality and high performance as the top academies or clubs do – and helping youth grow as players and as people.
Santos Legend (and Cape Town icon) Erwin Isaacs has scored 55 goals and contributed 23 assists in his time in the DStv Premiership – and he owes it all to mental strength, an appetite for training and improvement, and strong family values.
CR Vasco da Gama star striker Miche Minnies has signed Mamelodi Sundowns FC Ladies, joining fellow Capetonians Thalea Smidt and Lelona Daweti to make the long journey across the country to Chloorkop.
Bennett Bailey has described his re-election as the President of Safa Cape Town and that of his entire Management Committee as a “vote of confidence” from the grassroots football sector – and has promised to deliver even more.
The HollywoodBets Mayambela Community Cup which is a Under 21 competition will be played in Khayelitsha between the 15th and 18th of April 2022. With the Winners taking home R30 000 and the runners up receiving R15 000.
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