Maweja’s midfielder, Takalani “Sticker” Ramagalela.

Maweja and Gawula in ABC clash


It will be another busy weekend for the teams affiliated to the Limpopo Stream of the ABC Motsepe League. After donating important points to their opponents in their last four matches, Joe Maweja are expected to make a comeback this weekend. They will host Gawula Classic at the Tshifulanani Stadium tomorrow.

Maweja are fast becoming one of the relegation candidates, following their poor performance in the past weeks. Maweja are still to win a league match under the guidance of their newly appointed head coach, Mr Mzwakhe Nyathi. Neither Maweja nor Classic are on the safe side when it comes to relegation. Maweja are currently lying in the 10th spot with 11 points, while Classic are a step below them with 10 points.

It will not be easy for the Classic strikers, David Hlungwane and Solly Ngoveni, to find their way through the defence of Maweja, which is marshalled by Dakalo Ratshitanga, Khongotela Mahlaule and Aubrey Ndou. Maweja’s midfielders, Khumbudzo Muvhango, Xinavona Chauke and Takalani Ramagalela, will cause havoc in the middle of the park if they are not well contained.

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila will travel to Polokwane, where they will play against Polokwane United at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium. The pace setters, Molemole Academy, will host Madridtas FC at the Nirvana Stadium in Polokwane.

Bellevue Winners Park will meet the Polokwane Academy in Polokwane, while Great North FC will host Lephalale Young Killers at the Seshego Stadium. The match between Boyne Young Tigers and Mighty FC will be played at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium.

The Dolphins will undertake a journey to Mokopane, where they will fight for league points with Mokopane Ratanang.


Maweja’s midfielder, Xinavona Chauke.

Maweja’s defender, Khongotela Mahlaule.


To leave a comment you need to login / register first

Read: 410

Date:02 December 2016 - By: Frank Mavhungu

Frank Mavhungu

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.



You may also be interested in these:



Recent Articles

Popular Articles