Players from Telkom Knockout Champions Chiefs, who beat bitter rivals Orlando Pirates 3-0 at the FNB Stadium in the Final on Saturday night, swept all four awards on offer and are on-course to wrapping it up with the Player of the Tournament next year. Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune emerged the Goalkeeper of the Tournament, captain Jimmy Tau was voted the Defender of the Tournament and Reneilwe Letsholonyane was named Midfielder of the Tournament. The red-hot Knowledge Musona took home the tournament's Top striker award. Each winner walked away R100 000 richer, while Musona and Letsholonyane are in the running for a R200 000 prize money as they battle it out with Orlando Pirates' defensive midfielder Andile Jali for the Player of the Tournament, which will only be announced next year during the PSL Awards. Each of the Glamour Boys' players who took to the podium poured their hearts out and dedicated their honours to Tshabalala and his family, after the Bafana winger lost his mother Rebecca on Sunday morning. This was just hours after the Safa Footballer of the Year had dedicated his winner's medal at the same tournament to his mother, who was then still ill and in hospital. "I would like to dedicate this award to my teammate Siphiwe Tshabalala, who lost his mother this week. I would like to tell him that the whole team is with him and his family in mourning," said Tau. All the other players Striker Musona, who also dedicated his own medal to Tshabalala, scorer of the third and final goal in the match, asked his teammate to be strong. "I would like to say to Tshabalala that I know how difficult this is, but please try to be strong because this is part of life."