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Moroka Swallows made sure of second position on the Castle Premiership table with an empathic 3-0 victory over Santos at Athlone Stadium on Friday night.
Santos captain Edries Burton, playing his 595th professional game, was honoured when Swallows players and his teammates gave him a guard of honour as he ran onto the field.
Burton's teammates tried hard to see that he finished on the winning side. Romano Scot came close in the 17th minute but his effort hit the crossbar.
Thando Mngomeni used both feet in a tackle, and referee Daniel Bennet booked him, giving Swallows a free kick in the 27th minute. Henrico Botes made no mistake from the resultant free kick, his powerful volley giving Roberts no chance from 12 metres out.
In the 64th minute Japhet Zwane latched onto a clearance, raced down the left flank and unleashed a brilliant shot that beat Roberts.
Santos were given a penalty in the 71st minute but Erwin Isaacs kicked high over the bar. In optional time, Botes scored again, giving Swallows a 3-0 victory. - Sapa