Grassy Park, Heideveld, Santos and Orient in Coke Cup quarter-finals

Grassy Park United were 1-0 victors against a stubborn Cape Town Spurs during the Coke Cup under-18 clash at Rooikraans sports complex on Sunday. Grassy Park midfielder, Jody Claasen assisting in the defence against a pacey Liyema Mafu. Picture: Lonwabo Marele

The Safa Cape Town Coca-Cola Cup is gearing up to its business end following the last 16 playoffs at the Rooikraans sports complex on Sunday.

Bishop Lavis beat Westridge 4-1 in the last eight, booking their spot in the Coke Cup seniors quarter-finals in two weeks. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
Cape Town Spurs celebrating a free kick scored by Lisakhanya Mkonto during their 2-0 win over Connoisseur Spurs in the under-18 division. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
University of Cape Town’s Michaela Liebenberg dribbles for space against Spurs Women’s Football Club’s Diedericks Zaakierah. Spurs won 1-0. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
Heideveld Female Football Academy beat Hout Bay United Football Community’s women’s team 3-1 to progress to the last 8. On the defence is Heideveld’s Gailene Ruiters against her Hout Bay opponent. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
In a game that went all the way to the final whistle, Santos womens team played to a 3-1 win over a hard-fighting Ikamva Ladies from the Nyanga LFA. Santos’ Cosher Christocia defending against Ikamva’s captain, Pamela Mgungunyeka. Picture: Lonwabo Marele

Rebels are on to the last eight after a 4-2 win on penalties against Saxon Rovers on Sunday.
Dangerous Heroes made light work of Vasco Da Gama following their 6-1 win in the women’s division. Heroes defender, Anathi Nqothani closing off Vasco’s Nadine Cookson. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
Ulana Academy won 2-1 against Bayview to book their spot in the last eight of the under-18 division. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
Rygersdal Football Club played a dominant 90 minutes against Vasco Da Gama in the seniors division. Their 5-0 win meant business in the Coke Cup this year. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
Hout Bay United Foootball Community’s chairman, Dali Fekenisi with Hotspurs Ladies Yaasien Solomons. Picture: Lonwabo Marele
D&G Orient won 5-4 on penalties after a goalless draw at the end of the 90 minutes. Picture: Lonwabo Marele