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Sport - Date: 05 May 2022
Written by: Kaizer Nengovhela / Viewed: 508
Heavy fines were imposed on several affiliates of the Safa Vhembe MMK Administrator's League during a disciplinary committee meeting held in Thohoyandou the past weekend. The teams found guilty must pay their fines within 30 days.
Musina United pleaded guilty to the charge of assaulting the referee when playing against Annel Real Vikings and a fine of R6000 was imposed on them. The points for the match were awarded to Vikings.
Tshikhwani Stone Breakers were found not guilty of using an improperly registered player in their match against Magau United. The player was found to be properly registered with the team.
Masea Try Again were found guilty of causing the abandonment of their match against Bale United. A fine of R4000 was imposed on them and they also forfeited points to Try Again.
Mulindathavha Ocean Swallows pleaded guilty to the charge of assaulting the referee during their league match against Tshimutha FC. They were fined R5000, and the points were awarded to Swallows.
Duthuni Happy Boys were found guilty of causing the abandonment of their match against Lwamondo Mighty Brothers. They received a find of R3000, and they also forfeited the league points. Mukula Avalon were found guilty of assaulting the referee and fined R3000. This happened in the match against Mukula Jamaica. The points were awarded to Jamaica.
Khadani FC were found guilty of assaulting the assistant referee and causing the abandonment of the match when they played against Mphego Real Rovers. They were fined R4000 and forfeited three points to Real Rovers.
Zamenkomste FC received a R3000 fine for their failure to produce the players’ registration cards during their match against Tshikwarani Tornado FC. MRM FC was found guilty of assaulting a match official during their match against Luvhalani Sunshine Pirates. They were fined R3000 and forfeited the league points to Pirates.
Tshimutha FC appeared before the DC to answer to a charge of causing an indirect abandonment of their league match against Mulindathavha Ocean Swallows. They were fined R2000 and forfeited the league points to their opponents.
Tshidzini Happy Fighters failed to provide a soccer kit during their league match against Zwaloni Young Stars and they forfeited the league points to Zwaloni. They were fined R4000.
Domboni Young Bombers were found quality of assaulting the match officials and fined R3000. The referee, Khumbelo Munyaliwa, and the assistant referee were each suspended for six months.
Tshikhudini Real Madrid were fined R3000 for assaulting the referee when they played against Musina All Stars. Gwamasenga United Brothers were fined R3000 for failing to provide alternative soccer kit when they played against Kalahari FC. Khadani FC were fined R4000 for causing the direct abandonment of the match when they played against United Artists.
Mabvete Peace Makers were fined R3000 for assaulting the match officials when they played against Annel Real Vikings. The referee, Rolivhuwa Bamuza, was suspended for six months.
Kaizer Nengovhela started writing stories for Limpopo Mirror more than a decade ago, in 2 000. Prior to that he had a five year stint at Phala-Phala FM as sports presenter. In 2005 Kaizer received an award from the province's premier as Best Sports Presenter. The same year he was also nominated as Best Sports Reporter by the Makhado Municipality. Kaizer was awarded the Mathatha Tsedu award in 2014.