Huge turnout ex­pected for Safa Chatsworth fi­nal

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SUN­SET United and Sum­mer­field Dy­namos will slug it out in the Premier Divi­sion fi­nal of the South African Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion (Safa) Chatsworth’s fi­nals sched­uled for Chatsworth Sta­dium on Oc­to­ber 27.

Sun­set United are new­com­ers to the Premier League and have punched above their weight thus far and were able to beat Mead­ford Sport­ing 2-0 in their semi-fi­nal.

Dy­namos thrashed Dimes United 8-0 in a onesided en­counter.

Dy­namos, a team loaded with play­ers who have played in the SAB league, used their ex­pe­ri­ence to breeze through.

Safa Chatsworth’s pres­i­dent, Nel­son Kup­pan, said: “All our play­ers look for­ward to play­ing at this sta­dium as this is the only op­por­tu­nity that they get to dis­play their abil­ity.

“We’re ex­pect­ing a huge turnout on the day, which is likely to pro­vide much ex­cite­ment.”

Cup ac­tion was also on the go at Safa Phoenix’s venues. They staged their Round of 32 FA Cup fix­tures at the East­bury and Sac­cha­rine grounds last week­end.

High­lights in­cluded Touch 5 FC beat­ing Faith FC 2-1, while Young Swans FC downed Spar­tans 2-0.

The ever-pop­u­lar Phoenix Sport­ing got the bet­ter off Grace FC in a 3-1 re­sult while Divi­sion 1 out­fit Cam­bell­stown United beat Premier League op­po­nents Stone­bridge Sport­ing 5-1.

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