Ex-Chiefs Star Spotted At Durban Leg Engen Knockout Draw.
The Gauteng Engen Knockout Challenge tournament recently concluded with Kaizer Chiefs U19 football squad winning the trophy, after overpowering Sundowns 3-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw forced them to a shootout to determine a winner.
The U19 Chiefs side won the Engen Knockout Challenge trophy and earned themselves the tournament prize of R25 000 in the men's tournament whilst University of Johannesburg won the ladies division.
The Gauteng tournament is now in the past, and the Durban Leg of the Knockout Challenge will commence soon as the draw took place on Tuesday.
Former Kaizer Chiefs star now turned coach Reneilwe Letsholonyane was spotted at the draw in Durban. The twelve clubs has now been grouped in four groups of four teams each.
The ladies groups is only two groups of four teams in each group.
Check out the men's groups below and what teams are drawn in what groups.
The ladies division exist of a group A and a group B and the team goes as follow.
All matches will be played at Kings Park from 15th-17th July over the course of three days identical to the Gauteng Knockout Challenge.
AmaZulu FC, Maritzburg United and Golden Arrows will be favourites in the tournament.
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