The South African Football Association in conjunction with the Motsepe Foundation and Department of Basic Education held Day 3 of the 12th Edition of the Kay Motsepe National Championships, out in Florida North.

Rosina Sedibane Secondary School from Gauteng still top Group A with a clear 12 points after beating second placed KwaZulu Natal’s Glenwood High School 2-0, in the first match of the day. While Benny’s Care shared the spoils wit Thembalethu as their match ended in a one all tie.

Ncedo High School lost yet another match to finish bottom of group A when they went 2-1 down to Gaopalelwe High School of the Western Cape.

Group B is the most interesting group of the 2016 Edition of the Kay Motsepe National Champions as reigning champions Clapham High are still trying to finish top of the group. They managed to get a convincing win on Thursday morning, when they beat Northern Cape based side Langerberg 9-0 in their only match of the day.

While group B log leaders managed to get the all important 2-1 win over Sikhulile High School, to widen the gap between them and Clapham High. The last match of the group saw Dr Cingo from the Free State walk away with a 3-0 win over Charles Morgan who represents the Eastern Cape.

Free State based Harmony High School are still cruising in group C as the managed to get a 11-0 win over Bondzeni High of Mpumalanga to retain their spot on top of the log with 12 points.

Sekusile of KwaZulu Natal played a very exciting match against Hasini Mninginisi and managed a 3-0 win to put them second on the log standings, while AJ Ferreira managed to get their first goal of the tournament although, they still lost 2-1 to Tshedimosetso of the North West.

The last day of group matches will take place tomorrow Friday, 7 October 2016 at the Albion Football Club in Florida North in the morning.

The semi finals of the Kay Motsepe Schools Cup National Championships will also take place tomorrow afternoon at the Nike Centre out in Pimville, Soweto at 16h00 and 18h00 respectively.

While the final is scheduled for Saturday, 8 October 2016 at the Nike Centre.

The winners of the 2016 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup National Championships will walking away with a whopping R1 Million rand, the second runner up will get R600 000, while the bronze medallist will take R 500 000, the 4th placed school earns themselves R 400 000.