Once again the u17 season is turning out to be a close and competitive one between the teams involved.
With the season into full swing, its clear that there is a battle for the top position between Amazulu, KZN Academy and Lamontville Golden Arrows.
We have played 17 games so far, and secured full points for 10 of the games. We have drawn 6 games and lost only 1 to accumulate 36 points so far in the season.
This sees us sitting only 4 points behind the current log leaders, Amazulu who have 40 points after 19 games.
KZN Academy are also in close contention with 39 points after winning 12 of their matches.
KZN Academy and Ourselves have played 2 less games then log leader amazulu who have played a total of 19 games, while KZN academy and Ourselves have played 17.
The team has done well week in and week out with our games. Solid performances by the team as a whole has seen us get into scoring positions on the field and allowed Kyle Thyssen and Rowen Mathabeli to get into double figures with their number of goals.
Jazmin Stapelfeldt and Nkonzenhle Hlongwa are close behind with 8 goals each.
With 9 games left in the season, the coaches are working hard with the players to keep focus and maintain their objectives of winning the league.
We look forward to seeing how the team carries itself in the remainder of the season and we are positive that we will deliver the results expected.