Chosen ahead of number two Andrew Petim, the American did well in place of veteran Hans Vonk, who was out due to suspension.
Cathay made a number of notable saves in denying Amakhosi’s Shaun Bartlett from close range as well as other attempts by Gerald Sibeko ad Mabhuti Khenyeza.
“It showed that he had been waiting for his chance and I think, despite losing, he staked a good claim. Cathay joined us last year after playing college football in America. We think he is a good asset to the club.”
It was only Cathey’s second game for the Urban Warriors. He made his debut as a sub against BidVest Wits.
Mugeyi said now that they have exited from the lucrative competition, they will channel all their energies on the league championship.
“Perhaps it is a blessing in disguise that we are out. We will focus solely on bringing the Premiership title to Table Mountain come the end of the season,” the Zimbabwean added.