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Kaizer Chiefs under-17 side thrashed Wits Juniors 6-0 in their Gauteng Development League encounter yesterday.

Wits Juniors
Kaizer Chiefs under-17 star celebrates his goal against Wits Juniors.

Chiefs under-17 brush aside Wits Juniors 6-0 in undoubtedly the match of the day.

The two clubs met in Johannesburg yesterday, with all four divisions taking to the field on the day.

With Amakhosi looking to continue their good form in all divisions and keep their league challenge.

First, to take the field was the under-13 with Chiefs the favourites to win the match.

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And they lived up to their tag, as they beat their opponents 4-1 to return to the top of the table.

The under-15 clash quickly followed, and Chiefs edged the home side 1-0.

Opening a six points gap over Supersport United in second with 23 points.

While the 6-0 victory Chiefs’ under-17 enjoyed moved them three points behind Sundowns with 28 points after 14 games.

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Last match of the day was a seven-goals thriller that Chiefs’ under-19 won 5-2.

The win move Chiefs to second on the log with 31 points after 14 matches, four points behind Sundowns.

Glamour Boys are in the fight for league honours in all four divisions.

And having weekends like this will make them more than league contenders.

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