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Police FC bags Nedbank Cup

The SAFA Overberg Nedbank Cup kicked off on Saturday 14 November to enter the new season of football after a very lengthy layoff.

With Covid-19 regulations protecting players and officials, the matches kicked off at the Gansbaai Sports Grounds.

In the first round of matches Young Tigers FC beat Bumpers XI FC 4-1; Salim United FC beat Professional Tigers FC on penalties to advance (final score 2-2); Young Killers FC beat MP City FC 3-1 and Police FC scored three goals to beat I&J Express 3-1.

Sinethemba Qomiyana scored the first goal for Police FC against I&J Express. Shortly after the start of the second half Daniel Hendricks scored the second goal. This was followed approximately five minutes later by Athenkosi “Athi” Ncubeka’s goal.

Standards FC 3 (2) falling to Solyx United 3 (4) on penalties; Zama Zama FC beat Ocean Stars FC 4-1; Real Attackers FC beat Home Defender FC 4-3; Gansbay Rovers FC drew 1-1 with Seven Aces FC, but handled their penalties better and ran away 4-3 winners. Ithemba Sporting FC also beat Early Birds FC 5-3.

The quarter finals were fought out with the following results: Young Tigers FC 5-4 Solyx United FC; Police FC 3-0 Young Killers FC; Salim United FC 1-1 Gansbay Rovers, winning 5-4 on penalties; Zama Zama FC beating Real Attackers 3-1.

The following day Police FC went on to win all their matches during the semi-final to reach the final.

The day started with the semi finals in which Police FC beat Young Tigers on penalties after they drew 3-3. The penalties was 3-1 in favour of the Police team.

The second match was between Ithemba Sporting FC and Zama Zama FC, which Ithemba won by 1-0. This meant a pre-final match between Ithemba Sporting FC and Salim United FC, during which Salim United FC showed their strength by beating them 2-1 to reach the final.

Police FC went on to beat Salim United FC in a pulsating final by 3-1 to be crowned the 2020/2021 Nedbank Cup Champions.

The Premier Cup will be played at the Gansbaai Communal Sports Centre this weekend.

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