Mmoko, Moyo lead nominations for Sua awards

Sua flamingos PIC: KENNETH MMOKO FB PAGE
Sua flamingos PIC: KENNETH MMOKO FB PAGE

Kenneth Mmoko and Mcebisi Moyo scored four and three nominations respectively as Premier League debutants, Sua Flamingoes released its list of nominees for the season-ending awards ceremony.

The awards will be held on June 4. In his debut season, Mmoko is the most nominated player for this season's awards to be held at the Sowa Town Country Club. The 22-year-old has been nominated Young Player of the Season alongside Thabang Kgaogano and Otsile Tsapoga. He is also in contention for the Most Improved Player of the Season against Ronald Ngwako Ramokgathadi and Mpho Odubeng while he is also in contention for the Supporters’ Player of the Season with Moyo and Ramokgathadi.

Mmoko's other nomination is for the Goalkeeper of the Season award alongside Thabo Race. The biggest award of the night, the Player of the Season will be contested by Moyo, team captain Tendai Nyumasi and Botsile Morotsi. Zimbabwean striker, Moyo has scored one more nomination for the Players’ Player of the Season against Morotsi and team vice captain, Goitseone Legopole.

While Mpho Stephen and Shanganani Ngada will wrestle for the Most Disciplined Player award alongside Legopelo. This will be the Flamingoes’ first ever awards in top-flight football. There would be much to celebrate as the team has a great chance of finishing inside the top eight in their debut season.


Full list of nominations

Player of the Season Mcebisi Moyo, Tendai Nyumasi, Botsile Morotsi

Young Player of the Season Kenneth Mmoko, Thabang Kgaogano, Otsile Tsapoga

Most Improved Player Ronald Ngwako Ramokgathadi, Kenneth Mmoko, Mpho Odubeng

Supporters’ Player of the Season Mcebisi Moyo, Ronald Ngwako Ramokgathadi, Kenneth Mmoko

Players’ Player of the Season Mcebisi Moyo, Botsile Morotsi, Goitseone Legopelo

Goalkeeper of the Season Kenneth Mmoko, Thabo Race

Most Disciplined Player of the Season Mpho Stephen, Goitseone Legopelo, Shanganani Ngada

Supporter of the Season Andrew Motshabi, Godfrey Mongweemang, Itumeleng Kealotswe

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