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YB new u-12s show promise

Young Bafana Academy’s (YB) recently formed u-12 side got the better of Fast Eleven to win 2-1 in windy conditions at the Lwandle Astro on Saturday 30 June.

A dominant display from YB was a beauty to behold as the youngsters in blue made good passes and were clinical on defence, denying Fast Eleven any good go-forward momentum.

This brilliant effort led to YB taking a commanding 2-0 lead at the half-time break when it seemed like they would score a few more goals in the second half.

Voyulwethu Sancuzi and Siphumeze Marubelela scored the two goals for YB, following great interplay and a few pin-point passes from the midfielders.

Despite picking up where they left off, in the first half, YB could not master the influence of the wind in the second half.

Playing into the wind, YB found it difficult to build on their healthy first-half lead. Fast Eleven never really posed a threat for the strong YB defensive structures.

A few notable performers on the day for YB were Thibita Ncuze on defence and Mbasa Qotoyi in the midfield. This is the first season that this Young Bafana’s u-12 team are competing, and at this point they are displaying promising signs of amazing raw talent and skill.

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