6 October 2017 – Day 2 of the 13th Edition of the Kay Motsepe National Championships saw DD Mabuza High School from Mpumalanga walk away with the biggest win of the day after thumping Free State’s Iketseteng 13-1 in group A.

However; their epic win was short lived as after losing 2-1 to Rosina Sedibane High Scholl from Gauteng in their last match of the day. Other group A results saw Ishupeng High School loose 2-1 to Rosina Sedibane, while Iketsetseng High School was humbled by Sekusile High School with a convincing 8-1 win.

Group B of the Sanlam Kay Motsepe National Championships produced some exciting football and many goals, as Phangalele High School from the Eastern Cape opened the day with a 3-1 victory of Kwa Shuku High School. The School of Excellence continued with their winning ways after edging Guzana High School by a solitary goal.

Phangelele High School lost their first match of the national championships when they went down 4-2 to Guzana High School, while Nqabebi High School got the biggest win of group B when they beat Kwa Shuku High 7-0.

Group C played four matches which saw only three wins and one draw, when Unitas went top of the group after beating Rietvie High School 5-1. Luckoff High School walked away 1-0 winners over Rietvie High School, but went down 2-1 to Haggai High School of Limpopo. Unitas High School and Haggai High School drew one all in an evenl contested match.

Group D produced the least goals of the day with Eletsa High School walking away with the biggest win in the group after beating Hasani Mningisi High School 4-1 however; lost 1-0 to Beaufort West High School. Kakamas High School also managed to overcome Hasani Mningisi 1-0 but went down 2-0 to Beaufort West High School.

The National Championships continue this afternoon, with the last round of group stage matches, while the final will be held on Saturday, 7 October 2017 at 11h00.

The winners of the 2017 Kay Motsepe Schools Cup National Championships will walk away with R1 Million, the second runners up will get R600 000, while the bronze medallist will take home R 500 000, The fourth placed school earns themselves R 400 000.