REHOBOTH, 13 MAY – ||Kharas Second Division Coastal Stream Round 4 matches played on Saturday provided a goal fest, with Rush-Ups scoring eight of 23 goals across the four matches.
Diamond City defeated Men United 4-1 in a match played at the Oranjemund Stadium, with Mountain Rangers defeating Youngsters 3-1 in Rosh Pinah.
Oranjemund and Atlantic Stars played to a 3-3 at the Oranjemund Stadium.
In the highest scoring encounter, Rush-Ups from Lüderitz hammered Aus United 8-0 at the Aus Sports Field through goals by Granwall Mouton, who bagged a hat trick and Mogul Mouton scoring a brace, with Shoopala Benjamin Stephanus Topnaar and Jolene Munjanu adding one goal apiece.
Speaking to Nampa on Saturday, Rush-Ups Coach, Fannie Klaaste said the game was the best he had seen his team play.
“We started off very well and scored seven goals to bury the game in the first half. I must admit that this is the best game the boys have played in a long time. They really worked hard for the victory,” he said.
He added that they had numerous chances to end the game with more goals but were wasteful in front of goal.
“We need to work on our finishing to kill off games easily,” Klaaste said.
He is confident that with the way they play, they can win the league.
“We need to maintain consistency and be focused all the time.”