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Vision Soccer tournament kicks off


The Khubvi Benjie’s Grounds will be a hive of activity this weekend as the Vision Soccer Tournament matches take place. The tournament was launched during a ceremony at Khubvi Primary School last Friday. Eight teams will participate in the tournament, with the quarter-final matches scheduled for Saturday, and the semi-final and final matches set for Sunday.

The first quarterfinal match will be between Annel Real Vikings and Makonde FC, scheduled to start at 09:30. Eagles United will take on Musasenda Big Five in the second quarter-final match. Musasenda Big Five are still grappling with their 3-5 defeat at the hands of Manamani Blue Birds in their semi-final match of the Lumveleni Soccer Tournament, played at the Ngudza Grounds last Sunday.

The match between Gondeni Big Cat and Mukula Young Santos will follow shortly after midday. Makhitha Oscar Stars and Sambandou United Professionals will wrap up the day’s programme later in the afternoon. Makhitha Oscar Stars are currently leading the pack in Stream E2 of the Safa Vhembe Hollywoodbets League.

The draw for the semi-final matches will be conducted at the grounds shortly after the final game. The semifinal and final matches will be played at the same venue the following day.

The champions will take home R20,000, a floating trophy, and gold medals. The runners-up will receive R10,000 and silver medals. The third- and fourth-placed teams will be presented with R5,000 and R2,500 respectively. Teams eliminated in the quarter-final round will each receive a consolation prize of R500.


Sport - Date: 18 April 2024

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Frank Mavhungu

Frank is a Human Resources Manager at the Department of Public Works in Limpopo. He is the longest serving correspondent of the Mirror, having joined us at the end of 1990.  He mainly writes sports reports and resides at Tsianda Village. In 2004, Frank won the National Castle League Award, an award for the best reporter in the SAB league in South Africa.