Penultimate round of Premier Cup play-offs

The penultimate round of Bayhill Premier Cup play-offs took place at the William Herbert sports complex in Wynberg, at the weekend. The competition now moves to the round robin stage of the play-offs with 24 teams set to battle for a spot in the tournament proper. Pictured is some action form Sunday’s play-offs.

Santos FC’s Yaseen Petersen and Lansur United FC’s Luwellyn Bosman battle for possesion during their side’s clash in Sunday’s Bayhill Premier Cup play-offs at Cape District. Lansur won 5-4 on penalties after playing to a 1-all draw Picture: Fuad Esack
Lansur United goalkeeper Duran Paulsen claims possession under pressure from Nafees Naidoo during his side’s Premier Cup play-off fixture against Santos. Picture: Fuad Esack
Santos FC and Hanover Park LFA-based Lansur United FC played to a 1-all draw, with Lansur advancing to the next round following their 5-4 win in a tense penalty shoot-out. Picture: Fuad Esack
Fabian Saul keeps his marker at bay during Sunday’s Premier Cup play-offs at Cape Dstrict, in Wynberg. Picture: Fuad Esack
Santos FC’s Fabian Saul looks to spread the ball during his side’s Premier Cup play-off match against Lansur. Picture: Fuad Esack
Like many of Sunday’s match-ups, the Santos FC and Lansur clash was a tight affair, with Lansur advancing to the next round following their 5-4 win on penalties. Picture: Fuad Esack
Junction Rovers’ Ryan Andrews catches his marker on the wrong foot during his side’s Premier Cup play-off fixture against Robinvale Spurs, at William Herbert, on Sunday. Junction Rovers won 2-1 to advnace to the final play-off round. Picture: Fuad Esack
Junction Rovers’ Tasriek Arendse keeps his eye on the ball during his side’s 2-1 win in their Premier Cup play-off fixture against Robinvale. Picture: FUad Esack
Junction Rovers Riyaad Bartlett looking dangerous on the ball during his side’s Premier Cup play-off match against Robinvale. Picture: Fuad Esack
Junction Rovers’ Kaylum Konstabel dominant in the air during his side’s Premier Cup play-off match against Robinvale. Picture: Fuad Esack
Northpine United FC’s Lizolise Dukane considers his options with Eagles Performance Academy’s Kayden Crouch moving in to defend during their side’s Premier Cup play-off match. Nortpine won 5-4 on penalties after playing to a 2-all draw. Picture: Fuad Esack
Eagles’ Justin Viljoen and Northpine’s Solulele Homana tussle for possession during their sides’ Premier Cup play-off fixture. Picture: Fuad Esack