Observer on Saturday - - Sport - By Qondile Nti­wane

–Soc­cer fa­natic Trevor Thring is E15 000 richer af­ter cor­rectly pre­dict­ing the Swazi Bank Cup Un­der-20 cham­pi­ons.

The 29-year old Thring chose army side Young Buf­faloes to win dur­ing the de­vel­op­ment knock­out tour­na­ment playedattheSomhloloNa­tion­alS­ta­dium last Sun­day.

His name was drawn amongst a thou­sand of en­tries dur­ing the draw con­ducted at the Swazi Ob­server.

In­ter­viewed yes­ter­day, the elated win­ner said he was happy to have won the com­pe­ti­tion.

SOC­CER De­vel­op­ment

“The Buf­faloes de­vel­op­ment side has proved they are a strong side hence se­lect­ing them as one of the win­ners.

Al­sowin­ning­big­wasPhilileHlatshwako who said she was happy to have won. “I am shocked. This is a lot of money and I will make sure to use it prof­itably.

I am very grate­ful to Swazi Bank and wish them all the best,” she said.

Tak­ing the third po­si­tion was Vama Nh­leko who will walk away with E6 000 while 10 other lucky win­ners will get con­so­la­tion prizes of E500 each. The win­ners Trevor Thring E15 000 Philile Hlatshwako E9 000 Vama Nh­leko E6 000

(Pics: Jongile Xuba)

BIG MONEY: Swazi Bank's Phesheya Vi­lakati and Samu Mvubu flanked by Swazi Ob­server's Bon­sile Langa and Qondile Nti­wane dur­ing the com­pe­ti­tion draw at Ob­server House yes­ter­day.

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