Cape Town Kings crowned SA Super League ice hockey champions

Cape Town Kings were crowned SA Ice Hockey Super League champions when they beat Johannesburg Wildcats 5-1, in their final match played at the Ice Station at GrandWest on Monday.

The Kings, along with the Cats and Pretoria Capitals, competed in the Cape Town leg of the series that ended on Monday.

Cape Town Kings’ Mich van Doesburg, centre, causes problems for the Wildcats defence and puts goalkeeper Ryan Boyd under pressure during his side’s 5-1 win in Monday’s SA Super League final match. Picture: Fuad Esack
Cape Town Kings’ Luke Carelse takes a swipe at goal during Monday’s Super League final match against the Wildcats. Picture: Fuad Esack
Cape Town Kings’ Luke Carelse keeps his eye on the puck and his marker at bay during Monday’s Super League final match against the Wildcats. Picture: Fuad Esack
The Kings’ Alex Obery, left, and David Watson tussle for possession during their sides’ Super League clash. Picture: Fuad Esack
Cape Town Kings captain Utman Samaai gains possession during his side’s match against the Cats. Picture: Fuad Esack
Cape Town Kings captain Utman Samaai sends his opponent sprawling during his side’s Super League match against Pretoria Capitals. Picture: Fuad Esack
Cape Town Kings’ Ethan Alford sends one into the back of the net during his side’s match against Capitals. Picture: Fuad Esack
Deen Magmoed gets the upperhand during his side’s match against Capitals. Picture: Fuad Esack
Pretoria Capitals’ Dion Phakathi goes on the break with the Kings’ defence hot on his heels. Picture: Fuad Esack
Cape Town Kings captain Uthman Samaai and co celebrate victory following Monday’s 5-1 win against the Wildcats. Picture: Fuad Esack
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