Bayview United’s under 17 team excels at tournaments

The Bayview United team have several more victories to their name.

Bayview United’s under 17 team claimed another title for the season when they won the Tyron Memorial Junior Cup final, one to nil against Crossmoor Crusaders. It took an outstanding bit of link-up play late into the second half of the match to break the dead lock.

A dashing run forward by Liwzi Chiliza with the ball saw him pass with Mubarak, who set up the perfect lay off for Liwzi to have a shot. It was a brilliant well trained link-up between them.

There was an outstanding work rate and play by the man of the match, Abdul Mola (Eric), who never sat back as he kept working harder and harder as the game went on to help his team to achieve the victory on the day.

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All in all, it was an outstanding season for the Bayview United under 17 division as they had won all titles that were up for grabs this season. First winning the Lab Supply Cup early in the season then building on that with claiming the Ravi Govender Memorial Cup and now the Tyron Memorial Cup and not forgetting, the under 17 league title undefeated. Players who stood out this season were captain, Joshua Pather, who led the team with a lot of passion.

He never gave up. He was always there to motivate the team on field when they needed it most. He certainly led by example of what a captain should do. The team has showed great team spirit passion and energy throughout the season.

President, Pat Naidoo said, “I must congratulate Justin Govender, Krish Govender and the under 17 squad for winning the Tyron Memorial Cup and also winning all the other cups that were offered in their division. After some real hard and trying times, Brenden steered his under 15 side to a great victory in the finals.”

Assistant manager for the under 15 team, Kanna Pillay said, “We played excellent football and controlled the game from start to finish. The boys have been working really hard in training to achieve this cup victory. Andile Selby Zituta scored the first goal with a brilliant cross from Malwande Linda Mzilema, who was nominated the under 15 player of the tournament. The second goal was scored by Mongezi Amahle Siwela.”

The leadership had foresight in the team-building session at Margate in January. Junior focus and development was top of their agenda.

PRO of the club, Gary Moodley said, “There is no greater feeling when an organisation sets out goal plans and targets and successfully achieves them. Credit must be given to strong president, officials, managers and players in making Bayview United Sporting Club a powerful organisation.”

Nikita Chiniah

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