The men’s final saw SAPS-Gauteng clash with Liberte in a thrilling climax which went all the way down to the final set. The KZN team reached the final after they beat a highly fancied, Delfos TWR team which boasted the likes of legendary, former national captain, Andile Masinga.
The sporting event has become immensely popular since its inception.
The event is a culmination of the 2017 eThekwini LTS Programme.
His indomitable spirit to survive and never throwing in the towel has separated him from the madding crowd.
The nature of the game places a large emphasis on technical skill and ability in situations of high pressure.
KFC has been the driver of the initiative for the past seven years after taking over from biscuit brand, Bakers.
The tournament is made possible through a generous sponsorship from the Geness Foundation for the third successive year.
The club was previously coaching young up and coming boxers at a private small venue.
The pupils, Lianda Ngcobo, Jazmin Stapelfeldt, and Simbarashe Sibanda, are members of the Euro Soccer Schools.
Sports co-ordinator, Lewis Donnely, was so impressed with the benefits of Futsal that he spearheaded a Futsal tournament at the Westville Boys High School on Youth Day (June 16). The tournament was an overwhelming success.
Shihan Roy Soodhoo has been with the institute for several years and has many dojos in and around Durban.