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Orlando Pirates star attacker Thembinkosi Lorch returns to full training ahead of Nedbank Cup final against Sekhukhune United.

Orlando Pirates attacker Thembinkosi Lorch
Orlando Pirates star Thembinkosi Lorch in the club’s training.

Lorch trained with his teammates at Rand Stadium in Johannesburg, Gauteng, earlier today ahead of the Nedbank Cup final.

The Buccaneers will play Sekhukhune United this upcoming Saturday at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria.

Ahead of the match, Orlando Pirates welcomed their most in form player in the tournament back in full training.


Lorch has been struggling with a hip injury that saw him miss their semifinal win over Kaizer Chiefs.

Despite not being able to train with his teammates for weeks, the 29-year-old was spotted training with teammates earlier today.

Award sports journalist Lorenz Köhler shared the video clip of the players in training on his various social media accounts

See the tweet below:

The South African international is the club’s leading goalscorer in the tournament with 3 goals after three matches.

He will look to add to his tally and win the club’s second trophy this season after winning the MTN8 earlier this season.

The match at Loftus will kick off at 6 pm Central African Time(CAT) and will provide Lorch with a chance to end a season on a high.

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