FN Rangers bag 3 to go top

Saturday at Hickory Road in Athlone is when FN Rangers hosted Greenwood for their SAB League encounter. The venue has become the home ground of a few teams in the league because of the drought taking place and the City calling on no play allowed on grass turfs.

FN Rangers was responsible for most of the action in the first fifteen minutes of the match but were not able to break the Greenwood defence. Goalkeeper Kyle Martin from Greenwood made a crucial save when he dealt with a one on one situation at the end of the box, keeping the ball out with his feet.

The away side fought back and piled on the pressure creating a few chances but none of which made any real opportunity. Greenwood were not allowed to settle on the ball and their usual attacking prowess was snubbed by some good pressing and clinical defending.

In the last 3rd of the half FN Rangers were back in it and controlling the game. It was a tough battle between Antonio Quissanga from Rangers and the Greenwood left back Monray Leonard. On one occasion Antonio managed to pass the left back and deliver a good cross into the danger area but the oncoming striker scuffed his shot wide of the poles.

Greenwood had their captain Mark Nefdt sent off when he deliberately fouled a Rangers attacker in the area resulting in a penalty for the home side. Danny Bowers stepped up to the spot but had his attempt saved by Martin and the ball was cleared by the Greenwood defence for a corner.

Bowers made amends for his penalty miss by delivering a pin point corner kick for Waylin Smith to head home for a goal, giving Rangers the lead.

It was all Rangers from then on as they took advantage of some indecisive defending by the team in Green. Thaabiet Baartman, the Rangers midfielder was quick to close the Greenwood midfield as he robbed Dean Williams of possession to mount a counter attack which resulted in Daniel Malapo scoring the team’s second goal.

With a man down the team from Steenberg continued to soldier on looking for their opener. Greenwood’s Kyle Segers was noticeable in his efforts to get his team going with right back Tyron Petersen putting in a hard shift considering his team was a man short in defence.

Greenwood’s efforts were in vain as FN Rangers played smartly, by breaking with the counter attack causing Baartman and Bowers to score and ending the match at 4-0 to the home side.

With the loss of Junction Rovers to Silver Spurs later in the day, Rangers secured the summit of the table with games in hand.

Greens Draw in Heideveld

The much anticipated clash in the SAB League between Junction Rovers and Greenwood Athletic took place on Saturday 10 February at Heideveld Sports field. Because both teams have the same club colours, the away team sported their district’s colours of maroon and blue.
The hosts, Junction Rovers who are currently on the summit of the table, were the side in form at the time of the fixture while Greenwood were blowing hot cold since the start of 2018 but still occupied 3rd spot on the log.

The first half was one of those encounters where each side struggled to hold possession as attacks were broken off and interceptions continuously made by either team. Neither side was allowed to settle on the ball.
Junction Rovers were the first to have a real attempt in the 12th minute but missed and also had a shot taken by Armondre Gallant but was saved by Greenwood keeper, Kyle Martin.

Coach Lionel Miller, the Greenwood coach, made his first substitute in the 33rd minute when wide player Marawaan Cupido made way for central midfielder Abdul-Karriem Sadan. A move which saw the influential attacking Ryan Adams move to the wide position where he then had less impact on the game as he did in the first 30 min.

In the 41st minute the visitors took advantage of confusion in the Rovers defence when the ball was played into the Junction half which wasn’t cleared and Donovan Titus was on hand to score for Greenwood.

With 4 minutes plus additional time remaining, Junction applied the pressure in search of the equaliser. The pressure finally bared fruit when the referee awarded a penalty to the home side for a hand ball in the area and Abduraghmaan Moses scored the equaliser just before the break making the score 1-1.

The opening of the second half saw the visitors on the offensive as they tried to gain control of the game. In the 17th minute Greenwood’s Tavern Horne broke the defensive line on the edge of the box and slipped the ball to Ryan Adams who drove the ball towards the penalty spot. In an attempt to intercept the dangerous pass, Junction captain, Taahir Jumat, accidentally placed the ball into his own net and thereby giving the opponents the lead.

With Junction Rovers behind for the 2nd time in the match they again applied the pressure in search of the equaliser and for the next quarter of the match they looked very likely to score.

Their successful chance came in the 30th minute when Luzuko Miti delivered a cross in the area for Zacharia Arendse to head the ball into the net, beating the Greenwood goalkeeper for the 2nd time.

The home side did not stop in search of the winner but eventually the match ended in a 2-2 draw which kept Junction Rovers top of the log and Greenwood remaining in 3rd spot.

Snap look at the SAB League CT

With a third of the SAB League season played, it’s becoming clear which teams have a chance of contesting for the league title this year.

But first let’s look at the bottom end of the table with just over 10 games played and at the foot of the table is Bluegum United but as we all know, their late entry into the league means that they’ve only played 3 games. The club’s management has made it known that their key focus is to survive this season and with already claiming the scalp of Silver Spurs earlier in the week, they might have the determination and drive to achieve their goal. It’s a long way to go still but with their makeup matches coming thick and fast, it might give them the edge over their competitors.

Above the Bonteheuwel team in 15th place is Two Oceans Academy which may be a surprise for many. The Epping based team have had reasonably good seasons in the past but this is their worst start since entering the league 2 seasons ago. With normally a youth based squad, the second half of the season will be crucial to secure their survival.

Last season’s relegated 2nd division side, Cultural Roots, are in 14th place and have only managed to win 2 of their 11 games matches while drawing 3. The Gugulethu based team have a tough road ahead and will have to change their approach to improve their log standing.

Riverside Rangers which normally occupies a much higher place on the table is currently in the bottom half of the log. The Avonwood based team haven’t had a good start to their season but a hard fought win in their last match against former log leaders. Greenwood Athletic, saw them climb to 12th spot. The win will no doubt be a confidence booster for their next few matches.

The top half of the log table is tightly contested with any of 4 to 5 teams potentially fighting for honours. Currently Junction Rovers are topping the log but have played 1 more game than their closest competitors, FN Rangers. Greenwood, who has led the log for most of the season so far, has not been able to win a game in 2018.

Silver Spurs are always in the mix and many have the opinion that this is their year although they seem to be their own worst enemies and not consistent enough in their performances. With 6 points adrift they will have to up their mental game and not let their opportunities be missed.

Cape Town United from Langa are currently in 5th spot and have an outside chance but over the seasons have proven not to be consistent enough to have a strong finish to the season and that might be their downfall again this season.

The feel amongst the league’s followers is that the teams to watch out for are Junction Rovers, Silver Spurs, Greenwood Athletic and FN Rangers, with the latter being the firm favourite. Coach Areshaat Daniels at FN Rangers might have the recipe for success this season with a good mixture of youth and experience. Although they lost their opening game 6-0 to Greenwood, the team has improved and Coach Daniels has steadied the ship.

Sweden flex their muscle

Picture by Rashied Isaacs

Banyana Banyana hosted Sweden on Sunday at the Cape Town Stadium in a friendly match as part of their preparation for the 2018 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations and the aim of qualifying for the 2019 Women’s World Cup.

The venue was reported to have been sold out as entry was free but on the day the stadium was not filled to capacity although a decent crowd was present to witness the occasion.

Sweden who are ranked 10th in the world wasted no time in settling into the match as they had their first attempt on goal in the 2nd minute when Kosovare Asllani saw her attempt go wide of the upright. The SA team responded almost immediately but also were unable to find the target.

Most of the Swedish attack initiated from their right hand side where Banyana Banyana defender Nonthando Vilikazi was kept busy. Sweden struck in the 10th minute when Bambanani Mbane deflected a Swedish free kick into the net.

The home side created their own opportunities with Chantelle Esau and Thembi Kgatlana combining well and came close to scoring.

With the SA team building from the back and playing through the middle with passing combinations they looked dangerous and often broke the defensive line of the visitors but were let down by poor finishing and decision making with the final pass. The Swedish were structured in their approach, matched their opponents with speed and were clinical in executing crucial moments in the game.

Picture by Rashied Isaacs

Although Sweden dominated the second half the game could possibly have had a different feel had the SA team converted their chances in the first half.

The match ended in a 3 0 win for the visitors who made 6 substitutions during the clash and was a competitive encounter for their players.

For Banyana Banyana the match was a good indicator of where they need to improve and delivered a decent account of themselves against the 10th ranked team in the world.

Goal Scorers:
Bambanani Mbane (OG)
Loreta Kullashi

The week that was – ABC Motsepe

No surprise results of this past weekend in the #ABCMotsepeLeague_WC as teams consolidate their positions on the log.

Thursday was the start of the New Year schedule where Grassy Park United found it tough to tame a motivated Jomos Power at NY49. The team from Atlantis have all to play for as they lay at the foot end of the log and are desperate to save their status. The encounter was physical and at times very open as both teams prepared to attack and exploit the opponent’s defence.
Ultimately GP ended up scoring 2 goals without a reply from the visitors and with the win keep on track for the title.

United FC received a major dent in their battle to survive relegation when they were convincingly beaten 6-0 by The Magic. Great win for the newly appointed coach of The Magic, David Kannemeyer. The match also saw Thurlo Moosa score a hat trick and both teams ending the match with 10 men.

Royal Blues travelled to Hout Bay where they lost to a HBUFC side looking to repair their season. After a great start to their first campaign the Hout Bay team derailed slightly but started their New Year with a victory in an attempt to get back on track. Gavin Hammers scored for the home side.

The highly anticipated derby between Zizwe and Ace FC took place on Friday night at a packed Nyanga astro turf. The football on display was appreciated by the crowd and many left the field agreeing that the 1-1 result was a fair reflection of the game. Both sides displayed some attractive football and neither gave an inch but the result does lessen the grip by Ace FC on the top spot as they now share the no.1 position with GP with Steenberg close in 3rd.

Ikapa Sporting continue to struggle this season with a defeat against Ajaxct at Ikamva on Saturday. The young Urban Warriors won 3-2 securing their mid table spot in the league. Last season Ikapa were in 4th position around the same time but now find themselves in 11th position, 5 points clear from the relegation zone.

Santos have found stability and recorded a win on Saturday against newcomers D&G Orient in Lansdowne. The people’s team secure their 10th spot with the 1 nil victory while D&G drop 1 place to 9th.

With the Nedbank Semi finals taking place this weekend, league action will be on a minimum with only 4 games taking place. The HBUFC have a tough assignment as they host ACE FC but Coach Bradley August will relish the challenge to exploit the log leader’s weaknesses and look for an upset.

Year End Round Up!!

The yearend breaks in the #ABCMotsepeLeague_WC (2nd) and the #sableague (3rd) are upon us and we take a brief look and recap of the season so far.
There is no doubt that the competition in both leagues this season is tougher than it’s been in a while as we’ve witnessed surprising results as the weeks have progressed. The points difference among the top 4 in both leagues are marginal and no clear favourite is visible.
The availability of former NFD players from relegated teams have had a major effect on both leagues as team bosses make room in their squads for these players. Affected directly is the ABC Motsepe League where the spread of players who participated in the NFD last year are visible in some teams.
2nd division new comers Ace FC have established themselves as a serious contender so far by taking the number 1 spot and holding on to it. The Khayalitsha based team however had their world shook when they hosted Grassy Park United in Nyanga a couple of weeks ago. On an evening which delighted fans from both sides because of entertainment value it was clear that the home side had plenty of kinks in their armour. Ace eventually forced a 2-2 draw and with that maintained their log position at the summit. However in the post mortem of the match, the Ace FC coach was fired with many reasons being speculated but sanity prevailed as he was rehired 2 days later. The log leaders ended their season with a bang as they put the saga behind them by scoring 7 goals against last placed Jomos Power in their last match before the break.
The SAB League has been a similar story as Greenwood Athletic, also newcomers, has been in the top spot since almost the start of the season. The promoted side have managed to rally the community players and create a team which contains experience, youth, flair and that never say die attitude which the club is known for. Although some of their performances have not been up to the quality which they can deliver, the team still collected maximum points in 6 of their 8 games. Greenwood also managed to reach the final of the Nedbank Cup for its division but lost out to Silver Spurs who represented the region at the playoffs. Silver Spurs also handed Greenwood their first loss of in the league when they defeated them 3-2 at Hickory Road, Athlone.
With only 4 points difference between the top 5 in the SAB League, it will be tough to call a clear favourite although many are predicting that FN Rangers, Silver Spurs or Greenwood will be one of the teams taking the league this year. Rangers are contending in their second consecutive season and have been more consistent this time, suffering their only loss in the very first match of the season to Greenwood. Spurs on the other hand have dropped points which might count against them later on as they’ve drawn 4 matches in 9 games and recorded 1 loss.
In the ABC Motsepe League, The Magic have made a better start to their season compared to previous years. The Magic have added some powerful acquisitions to the squad and the benefits are in the results. Currently occupying 4th spot, and at a stage in 1st, Magic is expected to be a contender in the New Year. The team has changed considerably since last season so their accomplishments have been an achievement and the longer they play together, the better they will become as a unit. David Kannemeyer, the ex PSL player and recently head coach of NFD outfit, Cape Town All Stars, has joined the technical team of The Magic and time will tell if his influence will be a benefit for the squad.
Regular league contenders Steenberg United have quietly gone about their business but hit a slight bump when they lost to a struggling D&G Orient side at the Greens. The loss effectively prevented them from taking the top spot as they are 2 points adrift and occupy 2nd place. Steenberg are one of the more of the consistent teams in the league and it would be surprising if they are not in with chance come end of the season.
The bottom end of the log has teams like Jomos Power and United FC struggling to avoid the relegation zone. Jomos Power, based in Atlantis, has an almost unchanged team for the past few years and is limited with resources. The team is capable of displaying some attractive football but seem to be out of luck this season and not obtaining the results. Both United FC and Jomos are playing in their second consecutive season in the league after they won promotion from the SAB League and if their fate remains unchanged, they might find themselves back in the 3rd division.
As we reported on a previous post, the SAB League has had quite an abnormal start to its season as the league started with only 15 teams. The reason was because of an outstanding DC case which stems from the LFA playoffs of last year. All that has now been settled and after a 2 match playoff series, Bluegum United from Bonteheuwel is the 16th team in the league. Bluegum will have to hit the ground running as they have 9 games to catch up on besides playing their scheduled matches. It’s going to be quite a task for the club and technical team but the community of Bonteheuwel are hopeful that the only team from Bonteheuwel in the league will rise above the challenges and survive.
Other newbies in the SAB League are Kuilsriver AFC, who is making their mark with their passing brand of football, Citizens who are from Langa and currently in 9th place and Goal 50 who are from Heideveld.

The season for both leagues resume in January. Check out our Calender for all fixtures:

Rebels force away draw

A windy Heideveld astro turf was the venue for the @sableague clash between hosts Junction Rovers and Rebels on Saturday. It was noticeable how damaged the fencing around the field was since we were last there about 1 ½ years ago, and plenty of broken glass bottles which surrounded the field. One can’t help to wonder if we don’t take ownership of our facilities, will it be useable in a few years.

Junction started the match with the wind at their back and had most of the possession by the 15 minute mark. Neither team were able to settle as the home side created most of their opportunities from broken play while Rebels attempted to build up from the back to combat the wind element and managed to create very few chances.

Junction had the last opportunity to go ahead just before the halftime break but Keenan Bailey was unable to make contact in the area from a free kick by Taahir Jumat.
The Rebels team managed to string some good passing interchanges together but created no real threat to Carlo Jones, the Rovers keeper.

Rovers were quick to create their first opportunity in the second half when Shuaib Dalvie delivered a good cross but Armondre Gallant failed to find the target with his header. Rebels responded in attack when Lusanda Paliso skied a Mzuvukile Rilityana layoff.

Both teams started showing some urgency and the tempo of the game was raised making the match a more open and fluid affair.

Rebels struck first blood when goalkeeper, Siphosethu Folomane, cleared the ball over the halfway line and found Siyabuka Manisi who took control and found the back of the net, beating the Rovers keeper. 

The home side responded well and applied the pressure with Shuaib Dalvie combining with substitute Shafiek Serelina who took his shot but was saved by Folomane. Rovers showed more of how they could play by providing some good passing combinations in their build up.

Since the inclusion of Serelina, the Junction team looked threatening and the lively player received a just reward when he scored his team’s equalizer in the 40th minute. Coach Deweber slightly changed his formation and pushed up left back Taahir Jumat who assisted in Serelina’s goal. A minute later Jumat again assisted in his side’s next goal when Jassiem Brown latched onto a Jumat cross and scored to put his side ahead.

With only a few minutes left, Rebels were left chasing the game and increased the pressure especially after a Junction player was red carded making them 1 less player to defend.

Rebels substitute Khunga Qolo equalised after Rovers failed to clear a goalmouth scramble in the dying moments of the game.

The game ended in a 1-1 draw.

Hanover Park defeat positive Kuilsriver

Hanover Park’s Ganief Kariem halts Jisreel Scheepers from Kuilsriver

Had an opportunity to pop in at Hickory road to check out the second half between Hanover Park and Kuilsriver AFC on Saturday. At halftime the Hanover Park side were 1 nil up after Muneer Davids scored in the first half.

It was evident that Park had the more direct approach while Kuilsriver chose to be patient with their build up and look for the penetrating pass to their forwards. The Hanover Park defenders led by Laryo Mamba, had the visitors in check as they were able to nullify the attacks and were dominant with the aerial balls. The right back of Hanover Park, Ganief Kariem, delivered a solid performance as he cut out any danger from the flanks and also assisted his team in attack.

On the right wing for Hanover Park was a familiar diminutive figure of ex pro Salman King. The little maestro was doing his best to make an impact from wide to put his side on attack. King, who hails from Mitchells Plain, is well known for his time at Santos FC in the PSL but also had stints at Ajaxct, Maritzburg, Free State Stars and Cape Town All Stars.

Kuilsriver in possession

Most of the 2nd half was dominated by the possession of the visitors. The midfield combination of Kuilsriver ensured control and tempo of the match. Winray Rooi, the Kuilsriver attacker, impressed but was let down by some poor decision making in the final third.

With the home team defending deep and relying on the counter attack, not many chances were created and those that were, were dealt with swiftly by the Kuilsriver defence.

Ex pro, Salman King in action for Hanover Park

For Kuilsriver it was a game where they were unable to capitalise on their possession and inexperience was shown with decision making in the final third. The side provides entertaining passing football with the final pass lacking.

On the other hand, Hanover Park showed their experience by managing the game and remaining calm even when under attack. Marlon Johnson, the Park goalkeeper, wasn’t called into action that often and mostly because of communication with his back 4.

The match ended 1 – 0 to Hanover Park securing 5th spot on the log while Kuilsriver drop from 6th to 10th.

1 short as SAB League gets underway

This week the SAB league kicks off with some controversy. Fifteen of the sixteen team league have been confirmed and are preparing to do battle for promotion this season except one.

This year sees no less than 7 new teams entering the league because of relegation, promotion and sale of franchises. At the time of this league preview there are talks of another SAB League status up for grabs which would have half of the league participants being different to last year’s.

Let’s see if we can unravel all the craziness.

Firstly we have the teams which were relegated from the ABC Motsepe League namely, Milano, Devonshire and Cultural Roots. Three teams were relegated last year in the ABC Motsepe because of relegation in the NFD of Santos and with ABC Motsepe champions, Zizwe not gaining promotion to NFD.
Now, two of the 3 relegated teams from ABC Motsepe are not taking part in the SAB League this year:
Milano sold their status to Bayview FC from Strandfontein
Devonshire Rovers sold their status to Goal 50 from Heideveld
Cutural Roots will contest in the SAB League after their relegation.

Other status sales which allow newbies in the league are:
D&G Orient sold to Citizens as the Hanover Park team (D&G) is now competing in the ABC Motsepe League
Blaauwberg, who did so well last year, sold to Kuilsriver AFC

Greenwood Athletic makes their long awaited return to the SAB League after securing promotion last year.

Here comes the spanner in the works; Juventus of Greater Philippi LFA made it to the final of the playoff last year and thereby qualifying for the SAB League this year but, Connoisseur Spurs and Bluegum lodged protests against the club for fielding an ineligible player at the playoffs.

After DC hearing and arbitration with outcomes being found this week the end result is as follows:
Bluegum United and Masidlale, which were in the group with Juventus at the playoffs, will play each other and the winner of that match will play Connoisseur Spurs. This will determine who takes part in the SAB League this year.

So, for the next couple of weeks whoever is fixtured to play the promoted team will be on bye and have to play in those matches at a later date.

Fixtures kickoff this Friday with derby action between Silver Spurs and Junction Rovers at Hickoty Road.
Check all the fixtures on the website


Coke Cup final has a derby affair – J Pillay

Very few would have imagined Rygersdal FC the newly crowned Premier League double cup league and knockout champions of the Cape Town Tygerberg LFA after an abysmal showing last year is now standing on the threshold of annexing the treble.
Brent Raven (coach) has worked wonders in his first season with the players at the Rygersdal and are heavy favourites going into Saturday’s Safa Cape Town’s lucrative and prestigious Coca-Cola Cup Final.
For sure, this Cape Town Tygerberg-derby between Rygersdal FC and Hanover Park FC (affectionately known as Brasse vanni Park) will undoubtedly see a game of football with fighting qualities in all that appealing trademark style of technical, attractive play, coupled with an exciting brand of lethal counter-attacking football in the offering.
The fans are surely ought to see some unforgettable soccer in the Athlone Stadium when the spotlight will be on winners prize of the R35 000 and whom of the two teams will basked in Coke Cup glory.
When Rygersdal and Hanover Park met for the first time this season, the Rygers-side dismantled Franklyn Davies Brasse vanni Park at Central Park in Northpine on the 8th April 3-1 and shared the spoils 2-2 on the 8th July in Rondebosch in a second round Premier League match – so how do one expect if any will things change so much?
Many have cited Rygers shift from a back four to a back three as the key to their success and of course, that has played a big part. They have certainly showed the mettle in the Coke Cup competition and their winning run in the Premier League of late in the process – showing that defensive stability is essential to succeed in the Premier League.
Soccer is a game that is about more than one player. It’s about more than just the 11 on the pitch; it’s about the entire playing squad and coaching staff. However, Hanover Park’s deadly striker, Clinton “Firgo” Emmanuel has proven this year how influential one player can be.
The contrasting playing styles of Rygers and Brasse vanni Park are crucial to what bettors can expect for the Coke Cup final on Saturday. Despite the importance of the occasion, Brent Raven’s team will be full of confidence and can play as they have done all season. Hanover Park, on the other hand, desperately need some silverware to save their season and will be under pressure to deliver.
With Rygersdal (2006) and Hanover Park (2009 and 2012) having won the coveted Coke Cup before and are cup pedigree specialist that over the 21 year history to date of the knockout prime event have featured with distinction in either reaching a quarter-final, if not semi or a place in the cup final.
Both these mentors, Brent Raven and Franklyn Davies herald a unique philosophy of coaching methods that has in particular brought great success in progressing thus far and it is expected that either would want to differ from the game plan that has propelled them to the last two of the competition.
One thing’s for sure, this Coke Cup contest is destined to be a knockout occasion full of that “enigmatic drama” that makes the cup so magical, and memorable for Cape footy fans.
Nonetheless, the Brasse vanni Park supporters believe in their tried and tested bunch of experience players, which includes midfielder, Alfonso Topley, goalkeeper Marlon Johnson, together with their forwards, Clinton “Firgo” Emmanuel, Layro Mamba and Shahied Maloy prowling the goal area like a fox on the run – could pose a threat to Cheslyn Ravens between the sticks.
While Rygersdal will back themselves as a team loaded with dynamite in Abdul Wagiet Damon, Jaaber Delport, Yusuf Abrahams, Shamiel Philander, Vaughn Jacobs and Ferial Abrahams that can on any day produce the magic and fireworks on the field of play. Thus their opponents will have to make sure that they cover their defensive lines and that Colin Moos and his mates are nice and tight and in command.
Adding to the thrills will be women’s clash between RV United and Cape Town Roses.
While Roses have won the Coke Cup on four occasions and RV United once in 2015 when they defeated Spurs Ladies (2-0), they however, will be playing in their fourth cup final respectively.
A new champion in the boys under-18 age group will be crown and it is any guess whom the punters will place their bets on – though Dominic Isaacs’ Hout Bay United is looking awesome and firm favourites to topple Avendale Athletico for the silverware and R20 000 richer purse.
The Programme
Saturday, 14 October
Athlone Stadium
Boy’s u-18 (11:00): Hout Bay United vs Avendale Athletico.
Women (12:45): Cape Town Roses vs RV United.
Men (15:00): Rygersdal vs Hanover Park.
Allocated Prize Money
Boy’s u-18: Winner R20 000 and Losing Finalist R15 000
Women: Winner R15 000 and Losing Finalist R10 000
Men: Winner R35 000 and Losing Finalist R20 000
The list of the Coca-Cola Cup championship winners
1996 – Liverpool Portland
1997 – Jamestown United
1998 – Jamestown United
1999 – Origan Spurs
2000 – Liverpool Portland
2001 – Premier United
2002 – Premier United
2003 – Leeds Lentegeur
2004 – Milano United
2005 – Premier United
2006 – Rygersdal
2007 – Woodlands United
2008 – Jamestown United
2009 – Hanover Park
2010 – JL Zwane
2011 – Central
2012 – Hanover Park
2013 – Jordan Callies
2014 – Silver Spurs
2015 – Young Idols
2016 – Young Pirates
2007 – Cape Town Roses
2008 – Red Eagles
2009 – Cape Town Roses
2010 – Santos
2011 – Cape Town Roses
2012 – Cape Town Roses
2013 – UWC
2014 – Vasco da Gama
2015 – RV United
2016 – UWC
2006 – Ajax Cape Town
2007 – Young Romans
2008 – Ajax Cape Town
2009 – Santos
2010 – Ajax Cape Town
2012 – JL Zwane
2013 – Ajax Cape Town
2014 – Ajax Cape Town
2015 – Masidlale Academy
2016 – Glendene United