Amakhosi, Bucs dominate TKO awards
Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates dominate Telkom Knockout awards
Posted: 6 December 2010 Time: 1:04 pm
Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will battle it out again… this time for the Telkom Knockout awards.
Amakhosi won the coveted trophy on Saturday night after putting three past their archrivals, the Buccaneers, at the FNB Stadium. On Tuesday afternoon the Soweto giants will meet at Summer Place in Johannesburg for the awards. In the top goal scorer section there are four players, all from Pirates and Chiefs, who have each scored two goals. However, the judges will decide who impressed them most and he will walk away the winner. The R150 000 prize money for the top scorer will be put on ice, though, as none of the strikers scored a minimum of five goals. The winner will have to settle for R100 000. The nominees are: Goalkeeper of the tournament (R100 000) Itumeleng Khune (Kaizer Chiefs) Moeneeb Josephs (Orlando Pirates) Shu-Aib Walters (Maritzburg United) Defender of the tournament (R100 000) Rooi Mahamutsa (Orlando Pirates) Jimmy Tau (Kaizer Chiefs) Lucky Lekgwathi (Orlando Pirates) Wayne Arendse (Santos) Midfielder of the tournament (R100 000) Daine Klate (Orlando Pirates) Andile Jali (Orlando Pirates) Reneilwe Letsholonyane (Kaizer Chiefs) Top goal scorer award (R100 000) Ezenwa Otorogu (Orlando Pirates) Knowledge Musona (Kaizer Chiefs) Sthembiso Ngcobo (Kaizer Chiefs) Chiukepo Msowoya (Orlando Pirates) Player of the tournament (R200 000) Andile Jali Reneilwe Letsholonyane Knowledge Musona