Charter College’s first game of the season started off with a fixture, away from home, against Blue Hills College in Midrand. The boys have been working hard with their new coach, Franklin Molatole, in the driving seat. The game was quite a spectacle as both teams had, at some stages, lost and gained the lead on the scoreboard. Thakgalo Mogale scored a well taken free-kick just off the edge of the penalty area to level matters at 1-1. At the half-time break, Lethabo Mngidi scored the team a second goal, changing the scoreboard to 2-2. The second half brought on more excitement as Josh Gillbee scored a well-executed free-kick about 25 metres from goal that even had the opposition take off their hats to his spectacular effort. An exhausted Charter College backline conceded a set-piece goal during the later stages of the game, which levelled matters. Jordyn Ramsden, who showed impressive acrobatic ability and a great command of her area as goalkeeper was unable to concede a late goal which saw Charter College narrowly lose with 4-3 being the final score.