Golden Arrows
1 N Cebekhulu
12 M Mkhize
18 T Zuke
19 N Sibisi
13 R Dlamini
6 S Sabelo
8 L Ndelu
9 T Khwela (Mathenjwa 45′)
11 M Dlamini
3 S Conco
23 N Dube (Sibeko 45′)
Lamontville Golden Arrows


Conco ’21
Sibeko 54′


53′ Mc Donald

Competition: Multichoice Diski Shield
Date: Sunday 15 April 2018
Venue: Princess Magogo Stadium
Kick-off: 10h00

We have secured 3 points in the Diski Shield competition today after beating Maritzburg United 2-1 at the Princess Magogo Stadium.

The game turned out to be a true Derby style game, with both teams giving their all on the field while trying to secure the 3 points in the ‘Boss of the Hood’ stage of the competition.

We did dominate on the field though, pressing Maritzburg deep into their half and creating opportunities that tested their defense.

This paid off in the 21st minute as some enterprising play saw Conco receive a well placed cross in the box. He made no error and put the ball in the back of the net.

Maritzburg had a number of opportunities to get back into the game but failed to beat our defence and get close enough to take convincing shots. They resorted to shots from distance but lacked direction on the attempts.

We went into the break with the lead and 2 changes from the change room, with Sibeko and Mathenjwa replacing N.Dube and Khwela was a clear indication that we wanted to take the pace of the game up a notch.

This game plan worked well. We kept the opponents in their half for a large portion of the half and had a number of attempts at goal. Barr managed to do well to keep The Team of Choice in the game, and an equaliser from Mc Donald in the 53rd minute gave them a glint of hope.

Sibeko delivered for us a minute later though. He had been persistently playing into the box, and after a great cross by Mkhize to the far post saw an unmarked Sibeko, who headed the ball into the back of the net. To give us the 2-1 lead

Maritzburg never gave up the fight. They showed determination on the field and made use of the little possession they enjoyed. They were denied a second goal by the crossbar

A promising result from the side who return to the field next weekend for another derby game against Amazulu in a weeks time at Vosloorus Stadium.

Maritzburg Utd
16 J Barr
25 S Muthwa
21 B Mkhize
13 S Dlamini
10 L Youlley
6 T Mkhize
8 L Sithole
19 P Mbatha (Hlongwa 75′)
18 Z Eksteen
12 U Mc Donald
9 J Zingoda
Maritzburg Diski Strip Red

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