THE R100000 Safa-Nelson Mandela Bay Mayoral Cup competition continues to splutter along with yet another postponement over the weekend.
The knockout-cup competition was played at district level with the winner of each of the 12 affiliates pocketing R5 000 in cash, a floating trophy, medals and a set of playing kit to be used during the tournament proper.
The preliminary round did not go off without drama when the referee was roughed up by Young Professionals players and the team was booted out of the competition.
During the quarterfinal stage last month, it was found that PE East LFA had not played their competition and did not have a nominee.
Really Rangers, who beat Moonlight City in the prelims, got a walk-over into the semifinals.
There was more chaos when the semifinals were postponed because the Wolfson Stadium had been double-booked.
The semifinals were rescheduled for Saturday and the finals for yesterday. All the matches originally scheduled for the Wolfson Stadium were moved to the Zwide Stadium. However, nobody had checked about the availability of the Zwide Stadium, which was being used by rugby. As a result only the semifinals were played yesterday,
According to a Safa-NMB official, the finals will be played later this month.