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Cosafa Castle Cup leading scorers

© Reuters 2002

DURBAN, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Leading scorers in the Cosafa Castle Cup:

2 - Essau Kanyenda (Malawi), Patrick Mayo, Tebeho Mokoena (both South Africa), Mfanzile Dlamini, Siza Dlamini (both Swaziland), Rotson Kilambe (Zambia)

1 - Jean-Yves Randriamarozaka, Francky Randrianansoloniaina, Elyse Razafindrakoto (all Madagsacar), Patrick Mabedi, Peter Mponda (both Malawi), Jean Sebastien Bax (Mauritius), Jossias, Mavo (both Mozambique), Ruben van Wyk (Namibia), Stanton Fredericks, Jimmy Kauleza, Jabu Pule (both South Africa), Sibusiso Dlamini (Swaziland), Chaswe Nsofwa (Zambia).

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