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MBABANE – At least 12 000 football lovers will be allowed to watch the final of the Ingwenyama Cup this Sunday.
This was disclosed by Ingwenyama Cup PRO Nkosilenhle Masuku yesterday.

The final of the fourth edition of the Ingwenyama Cup will see capital city giants Mbabane Highlanders locking horns with Young Buffaloes at Somhlolo National Stadium. Kick-off time is 3:30pm.


“After meeting as the Managing Committee, we have resolved that 12 000 tickets should be on sale. They will be available in different outlets across the country tomorrow (today). Each ticket will cost E50,” Masuku disclosed.
The Ingwenyama Cup PRO encouraged football lovers to buy tickets on time.

“We do not want a situation where there would be queues at the stadium. There will be no tickets that will be on sale if the 12 000 are exhausted. This is why we urge football lovers to buy them while they are available,” Masuku said.
He also revealed that Ok Foods, which is situated at Corner Plaza in Ezulwini, has been added on the list of partners.


“Tickets will also be available at Ok Foods at Corner Plaza, Futi’s in Mahhala, Mbabane and Manzini. They can also be accessed at Tasty of Taste Restaurant in Piggs’ Peak, Fresh @ Spar and Mayaluka Restaurant in Big Bend,” Masuku said.

Other places where the tickets can be accessed are Ok Mini Market at Mbabane (Checkers), Manzini, Ngwane Park, Mhlaleni, Logoba, Galp Filling Station in Ezulwini and Manzini next to Manzini Central High.

They will also be available at Saverite in Malkerns and Mbabane, Engen in Mbabane, Pick Yours at Mhlume, Shark Cellular in Nhlangano, Nokuphila restaurant in Siphofaneni and Correctional Services Mess in Matsapha.


It is worth noting that a new champion will be crowned this Sunday as Mbabane Swallows have won the richly-sponsored Sincephetelo Motor Vehicle Accident Fund (SMVAF) Cup for three consecutive terms since inception.
The defending champions were booted out by the finalists Buffaloes in the semi-finals while Mbabane Highlanders beat Malanti Chiefs to book the final spot.

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