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Former Moroka Swallows player Sydney "Metro" Hadebe described the 3-1 victory by an Mpumalanga Invitation side over his former team as a warning to other professional sides.
"This province has an abundance of talent. We proved it today," said Hadebe after Saturday's match.
The Mpumalanga side was the first to draw blood through a strike by Kenneth Ngomane. But Swallows soon equalised through Bongani "Ace" Mbele.
The other goals came from Kito de Stefano and Thomas Nkosi.
Hadebe said the game was part of a continuous programme where, as former professional players, they are exposing, developing and managing talent in the province.
He said they will organise more matches against PSL teams from both the elite league and the National First Division.
Meanwhile, earlier on, Kaizer Chiefs Masters played to a 1-all draw with Swaziland Masters.
The scorers were Isaac "Shakes" Kungwane for Chiefs and Osborne Ndzima for Swaziland Masters.