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‘BIRDS’ STILL FLYING LOW

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MBABANE – “You snooze you lose.”

This adage should ring loud in the ears of Mbabane Swallows supporters, as the deadline for the 2022 MoMo Cup voting draws to a close.The red and white capital city giants are currently out of the top four bracket of the voting with 24 hours left as they had recorded 2 503 votes by 2:25pm yesterday.
Umkhonto KaShaka were seeded for the semifinals of the inaugural tournament alongside Mbabane Highlanders and Manzini Wanderers, with the latter leading the pack with 7 839 votes. The ‘big three’ teams in the kingdom are only guaranteed a spot in the semifinals if they accumulate a minimum of 20 000 votes. They will then be given E100 000 participation fee. Liweseli as of yesterday were 1 881 short of reaching the 10 000 votes mark, which is half of the target.

Second

Inkunzi Emnyama, on the other hand, still occupy the second spot with 4 277 votes. Swallows are behind the likes of rookies Seven Dreams, Nsingizini Hot Spurs, Manzini Sea Birds and Denver Sundowns. The overall voting statistics by the teams had summed up to 48 219. The target is a minimum of 100 000 votes.

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