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Posted: 9 June 2011 Time: 08:54

Unlike my play in the Kaizer Chiefs gold day earlier this week, there weren’t too many high scores in this week’s KICK OFF quiz.

We had a two-way tie at the top – Owen Mundalamo being joined at the top by Francis Nkosi on 16 points – while our female champions Thabisa Tokwe will be hoping for a better showing in the next quiz.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS 1. Which Bafana Bafana international scored a brace in a 2-0 win over Swaziland in 2000, and then followed it up with another brace in the very next match against Zimbabwe? Delron Buckley

2. Which former Scottish international debuted for Wits University in August 1979? Richard Gough

3. Which former Kaizer Chiefs skipper was fatally shot by police in 1976? Ariel ‘Pro’ Kgongoane

4. Against who did Manqoba ‘Shakes’ Ngwenya make his one and only Bafana Bafana appearance in 2003? Zimbabwe

5. Who did Trott Moloto play for before he joined Moroka Swallows in 1980? Seshego Stonebreakers

6. From which club did Jomo Sono sign his brother, Julius, for Jomo Cosmos in April 1983? Orlando Pirates

7. Who scored Bafana Bafana’s goal when they beat Angola 1-0 in their pool match at the 1996 Africa Cup of Nations? Mark Williams

8. Which Malawian brothers signed for Mamelodi Sundowns in August 1985? Holman and Kennedy Malunga

9. Who scored twice for Giant Blackpool as they beat Kaizer Chiefs 4-1 in 1989? Fani Madida

10. With which club was Theyekile ‘Ace’ Gulwa when he made his one and only appearance for Bafana Bafana? Bloemfontein Celtic

11. Which Brazilian World Cup winner turned out for Kaizer Chiefs in the 1975? Jairzinho

12. Which Moroka Swallows Limited player died suddenly a day after colliding with an opponent in the Top 32 Cup match against Callies in 1976? Lazarus Nhleko

13. Who left Kaizer Chiefs to join Orlando Pirates in November 1971? Alfred ‘Bomber’ Chamane

14. Who took over as coach of Durban Bush Bucks in March 1984? Clive Barker

15. Who Wits University player was named 1979 South African Player of the Year ahead of the likes of Ian Filby, Peter Bala’c, Patrick 'Ace’ Ntsoelengoe, Nelson 'Teenage' Dladla and Andries Maseko? Mike James

16. Who returned for a second spell as coach of Moroka Swallows in January 1980? Jorge Santoro

17. Which team won the OK League, the feeder League to the NSL, in 1989? Umtata Bucks

18. Who played 49 matches for Orlando Pirates in the 1996/97 PSL season, the most of anyone in the League? Helman Mkhalele

19. Benni McCarthy scored 24 goals and Aaron Mokoena scored____ for Blackburn Rovers in the same season? 1 goal

20. Who was coaching both Amajimbos and Bantwana in 2010? Solly Luvhengo

Top 10 1. Francis Nkosi (16) Owen Mundalamo (16) 3. Zwilithini Ngema (14) 4. Thabisa Tokwe (12) Dumisani Mpanza (12) Michael Phungo (12) 7. Molefe Boikutso (11) Wanda Matsuluka (11) 9. Tshepo Sebogodi (10) Norman Mulubi (10)

Overall Table (minimum nine quizzes) John Ndeni 327/420 (77.9%) Owen Mundalamo 573/740 (77.4%) Francis Nkosi 293/400 (73.3%) Welile Chiliza 168/240 (70%) Mbongiseni Mthembu 144/220 (67%) Olebogeng Lekalakala 468.5/720 (65.1%) Zwilithini Ngema 324.5/500 (64.9%) Michael Phungo 408.5/640 (63.8%) Norman Mulubi 239/380 (62.9%) Thendo Mathavhane 124.5/200 (62.3%) Thabisa Tokwe 323/520 (62.1%) Molefe Boikutso 360/640 (56.3%) Bafana Mkhonza 134/240 (55.8%) Sizwe Majavu 283.5/520 (54.5%) Tshamano Mathiva 261/480 (54.4%) Martin Choshi 97/180 (53.1%) Tshepo Sebogodi 101.5/200 (50.8%) Mathews Sethunya 125/260 (48.1%) Ngadzi Muganyula 92.5/220 (42%)

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