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Boy’s High Under-19 soccer team ready to punch above their weight, says coach

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Reflecting on the team’s preparations, KHS soccer head coach Junior Leeuw told the DFA that he is confident in the team’s readiness compared to previous years.

Junior Leeuw, the seasoned coach of Boy’s High School U-19 soccer team, is determined to lead his squad to new heights.

A successful tournament in George and a recent victorious friendly match in Bloemfontein have bolstered the confidence of Boy’s High Schools Under-19 soccer team, and served to hone their skills ahead of the 2024 Absa Wildeklawer sports festival.

This has boosted the confidence of the team and their coach, Junior Leeuw, who told the DFA that he is determined to lead his squad to new heights. With four years of coaching at the school and three years of participation in the Wildeklawer, Leeuw sets his sights on reaching the semi-finals this year.

Reflecting on the team’s preparations, Leeuw told the DFA that he is confident in the team’s readiness compared to previous years. The coach says that there has been significant growth of the players skills and confidence since last year, attributing it to improved gameplay and camaraderie.

The team’s recent string of victories has elevated spirits and fostered a strong sense of unity among the players. Leeuw has been emphasising the importance of building chemistry and cohesion on the field, with a training regimen consisting of twice-weekly practices and regular matches against local teams.

As they gear up to face unfamiliar opponents in the Wildeklawer, Leeuw acknowledges the challenge but remains focused on producing their best performance, being prepared to adapt and showcase their talent.

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