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Fileccia heads 2018 Nedbank Cup scorers list

21/05/2018
Fileccia heads 2018 Nedbank Cup scorers list

Maritzburg United forward Andrea Fileccia claimed top spot in the Nedbank Cup scorers lost for 2018 with his three goals during the campaign.
The Belgian forward could not grab a goal in the final as Maritzburg lost 1-0 to Free State Stars at the Cape Town Stadium, but his efforts earlier in the campaign helped propel his side into the decider.
He netted twice in the Last 32 victory over Moroka Swallows, and also got a goal as Maritzburg defeated Bloemfontein Celtic 2-1 in the quarterfinals.
The final hero for Stars, Goodman Dlamini, also played a key role in their success with two crucial goals.
Aside from his final heroics, he also scored a vital equaliser against National First Division side Ubuntu Cape Town in the quarterfinals as Stars went on to win via post-match penalties.


2018 NEDBANK CUP SCORERS LIST
3 goals - Andrea Fileccia (Maritzburg United)

2 - Ranga Chivaviro (Ubuntu Cape Town), Goodman Dlamini (Free State Stars), Michael Gumede (Richards Bay), Mika-iel Hendricks (Steenberg United), Hlompho Kekana (Mamelodi Sundowns), Mxolisi Kunene (Maritzburg United), Lebogang Maboe (Maritzburg United), Eric Mathoho (Kaizer Chiefs), Linda Mntambo (Chippa United), Bernard Morrison (Orlando Pirates), Sipho Mtule (EC Bees), Thabiso Nkoana (Richards Bay), Mame Niang (Royal Eagles), Mashale Rantabane (Mthatha Bucks), Percy Tau (Mamelodi Sundowns), Harris Tchilimbou (Free State Stars)

1 - Duncan Adonis (Ubuntu Cape Town), Mohammed Anas (Free Stats Stars), Leonardo Castro (Kaizer Chiefs), Bongani Chikile (EC Bees), Themba Dlamini (EC Bees), Clint Fredericks (Ubuntu Cape Town), Taahir Ganga (Ubuntu Cape Town), Waseem George (Steenberg United), Ovidy Karuru (AmaZulu), Bangali Keita (Free State Stars), Mabhuti Khenyeza (AmaZulu), Ayabulela Konqobe (Chippa United), Simphiwe Lumkwana (AmaZulu), Ndumiso Mabena (Bloemfontein Celtic), Siyambonga Madikane (Ubuntu Cape Town), Kulegani Madondo (Richards Bay), Neo Maema (Bloemfontein Celtic), Rooi Mahamutsa (Free State Stars), Kamohelo Mahlatsi (Ubuntu Cape Town), Fortune Makaringe (Maritzburg United), Mpho Maruping (Bloemfontein Celtic), Paulus Masehe (Free State Stars), Bongani Mbuli (Super Eagles), Reliance Mayimele (Mariveni United), Tshepo Mashego (Swallows FC), Sipho Mbule (SuperSport United), Deolin Mekoa (Maritzburg United), Joseph Molangoane (Kaizer Chiefs), Ryan Moon (Kaizer Chiefs), Thapelo Morena (Mamelodi Sundowns), Jacky Motshegwa (Bloemfontein Celtic), Katleho Motsoikha (Orbit College), Gift Motupa (Baroka FC), Walter Musona (Polokwane City), Sadat Ouro-Akoriko (AmaZulu), Bradley Ralani (Cape Town City), Bernard Parker (Kaizer Chiefs), Ayanda Patosi (Cape Town City), Ronald Pfumbidzai (Bloemfontein Celtic), Salulani Phiri (Polokwane City), Iqraam Rayners (Stellenbosch FC), Alan Robertson (Stellenbosch), Matthew Rusike (Cape Town City), Lebogang Sentsho (Richards Bay), Mudzunga Sidumo (Baroka FC), Gaston Sirino (Mamelodi Sundowns), Tebogo Sodi (Baroka FC), Siyanda Xulu (Maritzburg United)

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