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MBABANE – Hard work pays off.

Rightly so! Young Buffaloes can attest to that after becoming the second team to defend the SwaziBank Cup since Mbabane Highlanders, who won it in 2009 and 2010. Their CEO, Sandile Gwebu gave credit to the team for the commitment throughout. “We have spent so many years putting this team together without giving up and had the support of the president, who I thank along with the management committee of the club for their dedication. Hard work pays off one can say,” he said as he was asked about their overwhelming success in all fronts; being the senior team, ladies team and Under-20s as well as the individual awards including him being Best PRO, which earned him E7 500.

He congratulated the team for its success in all three categories of the SwaziBank Cup as they won it all. “I must make special mention of the development team because they’re the ones who have worked so hard to see the project so successful. We have been dominant in development through their hard work and commitment,” he said. Gwebu also confirmed their CAF Confederation Cup participation next year, as winning the SwaziBank Cup comes with the ticket to the continental inter-club tournament. They were booted out by Cape Town City in the preliminary round of the ongoing tournament.

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