Acornbush are now very much on course for promotion to the ABC Motsepe National play-offs.
Young people’s talent is affected as a result of non-fixing of the local sports complex for the past four years
In head-to-head stats, United and Kings, who are rookies in the NFD, have met twice – one in a league encounter and one in the Nedbank Cup preliminary round.
This after all the three teams failed to collect maximum points over the weekend to be able to keep in touch with the league front runners
Despite the setback, Acornbush still top the log standings
Fight fans should brace themselves for a tit-for-tat slug fest
All Mbombela, Acornbush and Spurs, as minnows, they will be hoping to draw one of the big guns as the recent history has shown lower league sides need to be treated with respect
But one player that Tingwenya are set to lose is their star player Siyathemba Mnguni, who has been reportedly to have signed a pre-contract with KwaZulu-Natal based side, Amazulu
For their effort, Mbombela received R30 000, trophy and gold medals
The aim is to bring people of diverse cultural backgrounds together, and to have fun while participating in the sport.
Striker Mlungisi “Mlungu” Nkosi of Acornbush, was the hero for his side, as he scored a hat-trick