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ACFA dominates Quest 11 … as thrilling encounter excites fans

2024-04-16  Correspondent

ACFA dominates Quest 11 … as thrilling encounter excites fans

 Isai Sipunga


In a thrilling display of skill and determination, the ACFA B U/15 team delivered a commanding performance against Quest 11, securing a resounding 4-0 victory in their recent match over the weekend.

Right from the opening whistle, ACFA B asserted their dominance on the field, relentlessly pressuring the defence of their opponents with their swift attacks. 

Despite a few attempts from Quest 11 to counter, ACFA B’s solid defence swiftly nullified any threat by sending the ball back into the opposition’s territory on every occasion.

One breakthrough after another marked ACFA B’s offensive prowess. 

As the match progressed, it became evident that Quest 11 was outclassed by the physicality and preparedness of ACFA B. 

Despite their efforts to mount a comeback, ACFA B remained unfazed, continuously creating scoring opportunities and adding to their lead.

The second half saw ACFA B maintaining their dominance, securing their fourth goal shortly after halftime. 

While Quest 11 attempted to shore up their defence to prevent further goals, ACFA B’s relentless pressure kept them on the backfoot.

Despite ACFA B’s impressive performance, Quest 11 coach Frans Nauseb commended his team’s determination, highlighting their resilience and potential for growth in future matches.

Meanwhile, ACFA B’s coach Benedictus Haoseb, while pleased with the win, expressed a desire for a more challenging matchup, acknowledging Quest 11’s efforts and suggesting room for improvement within his team.

In another riveting encounter, CBS U/17s showcased their dominance over KFA with a commanding 4-0 victory. 

Despite KFA’s valiant defence, CBS’s relentless pursuit of goals proved too much to handle, securing their win with goals in both halves of the game.

CBS coach Henrico Botes lauded his team’s performance, praising their intensity in the first half while acknowledging a slight dip in energy during the second. 

Meanwhile, KFA coach Benedictus Haoseb remained optimistic, recognising his team’s efforts and vowing to address areas for improvement in future matches.

2024-04-16  Correspondent

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