RANGERS will be hoping to put their name in the Nafa history books at the Gelvandale Stadium on Sunday when they play Glenville in the final of the Mala Moodaley KO Cup.
The club which plays in the Nafa second tier was a household name in the former EP Soccer Board, but has never won the coveted trophy which is now in its 61st year. They have just one previous appearance in the final.
Glenville, on the other hand, have won the trophy twice in their relatively short history.
The match will be the finale on the Cup Finals Day which ends the Nafa season.
The day's activities begin with a legends match between Fairview Rovers and Police.
Entry fee at the stadium is R5 for adults and R3 for children. Food and refreshments will be on sale.
IKAMVA Movers should score their fourth successive victory on Sunday when they play newly promoted Young Ideas in a Mofa Premier League fixture at the NU9 Stadium.
The defending champions have been in scintillating form so far,
scoring 11 goals and conceding just one in their three matches.
Ideas have made a poor debut, sharing the points with Tomorrow Stars in their first match and going down to Shining Stars in their second. They play fellow debutantes NU29 United tomorrow.
Last year's runners-up, Shining Stars hope to score their third successive win when they play FC Angels tomorrow.
FOUR teams will make their debut in senior company this weekend when the Zwifa Marina Sea Salt Premier League kicks off tomorrow.
Camper United, who finished at the top of the First Division last season, kick off the season against Soweto Angels.
Zwide Pirates and Young Killers take on Major Chiefs and Umanyano in later matches.
Manchester City, who are the fourth team making their debut, play Little Birds on Sunday.
Shining Stars begin the defence of their Premier League title against Gal City in the first match on Sunday.
Runners-up Really Crusaders take on Golden Aces in the next match.
THE top three teams in last season's Premier League and the winners of last season's First Division kick off the Nodefa VW Community Trust Premier League at the Jabavu Stadium this evening.
Defending champions Kabah United Brothers take on runners-up City Style in the late game.
In the curtain-raiser, Khayelitsha Stars, who topped the First Division, make their debut against Stokes United.
Young Callies, who lost the First Division League race by a single point, make their debut against Rangers United tomorrow.
ALL the teams in the Nebfa Sedgars Premier League face a tough double-header this weekend.
Defending champions PE United, who have made a disappointing start to the season, play City Defenders tomorrow and Stinging Bees on Sunday.
Red City, who were relegated from the regional Safa SAB League, play Roaring Tigers tomorrow and Dodgers on Sunday.