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Sport - Date: 10 May 2019
Written by: Frank Mavhungu / Viewed: 449
After a break of about four weeks, the affiliates for the Thulamela Local Football Association will be engaged in their MTG KO competition matches again this weekend. All matches will be played on Sunday.
In the first of the two matches to be played at the Dzimauli Tshagumbu grounds, Mutale Vikings will take on Lukalo Hots Aces. Vikings and Hot Aces are old rivals and residents from Dzimauli and the surrounding areas can expect to watch a thriller.
Also, at the same venue, Maraxwe Happy Boys and Muhotoni FC will test each other’s strength at 13:00.
Tshaulu Hungry Lions and Munangwe United Brothers will fight for place in the next round of the competition at the Tshifudi Stadium. Buluni Happy Boys will have a date with Belavhathu FC at the same venue.
Malavuwe Great Movers are geared to kill Gole Liverpool when they meet at the Sterkstroom grounds. The other match that will be staged at the same venue will be between Banyini Flying Swallows and Zwaloni FC.
Four matches will be staged at the Khubvi Benjies grounds. The fixtures are: Domboni FC vs Tshitereke Citizen Stars, Mukula Young Brothers vs Tshidimbini Brave Lions, Mudaswali United Brothers vs Makonde Youths and Khubvi Peace Makers vs Khubvi Feedas All Stars.
The other fixtures are: Tshithuthuni Remember My Promise vs Fundudzi United Brothers, Sheshe Bush Bucks vs Shanzha Continentals, Nwini Citizen Stars vs Lamvi FC, Luvhimbi Western vs Fandani FC, Lurangwe FC vs Tshilavulu Elite, Humbulani FC vs Mangaya FC, Ngwenani Manchester United vs Mapholi Kill Them All and Mapate Black Mambas vs Dzwerani United Brothers.
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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.