Phelang Ladies third in ranking

by MMC
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Kwa-Thema – Phelang Special School hosted the Gauteng Sports Association for the Physically Disabled Football League matches on Saturday.

Phelang coach Kamogo Mojaki said people with cerebral palsy were often sidelined and the league wanted them to feel involved in the sport.

He said Phelang would one day create national players in the sport.

“Our children feel happy when they play and I am happy that they have the chance to be selected to participate in the regional and provincial games,” he said.

The results:

The Frances Vorwerg school won by forfeit against the Ithembelihle LSEN school, with two goals and three points.

Philip Kushlick School won by forfeit against Ezibeleni School, with two goals and three points.

Phelang Ladies also won by forfeit against Philip Kushlick School, with two goals and three points.

  • West Rand School won 4-2 against Adelaide Tambo School.
  • The Frances Vorwerg School lost 4-1 to Philip Kushlick.
  • Kwa-Thema won 5-0 against Adelaide Tambo.
  • Lead Change Development won 4-2 against Philip Kushlick.
  • Phelang Special School lost 1-0 to Adelaide Tambo.

The games, played under different divisions, rotate from one school to another.

Phelang Ladies are third on the log.

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