Victoria Church Yard off to perfect start

Last year’s losing finalist Victoria Church Yard got their campaign off to the perfect start, defeating Vryheid Lust 2-0 when the second annual Guinness Greatest of the Streets East Coast Edition commenced at the Haslington Market Square on Saturday.

Keyron Johnson opened the scoring for the winners in the ninth minute with a right footed strike into the right corner of the goal, from the left side of the field.

They almost doubled their lead two minutes later as Nicholas Holder’s right footed effort from the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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