7 October 2020 – TS Galaxy will be gracing the streets of Durban this coming weekend. The Rockets have enjoyed great times whenever they are in Durban. When the club defied the odds to make history against Kaizer Chiefs, it all happened in Durban.
The Rockets dispatched Lamontville Golden Arrows 3-1 on their way to the Nedbank Cup final at the splendid Moses Mabhida Stadium.
They got the better of Abafana Bes’thende in their own territory at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Clermont.
The Rockets came back to lock horns against the mighty Kaizer Chiefs in the Nedbank Cup final and made history as a GladAfrica Championship side to lift the SA version of the FA Cup and go on to represent the country in the CAF Confederations Cup.
TS Galaxy FC Marketing Director, Dudu Sukazi explained that TS Galaxy will be in Durban for different reasons this time around.
“We have huge support in Durban. All the games that we play in Durban, we always get good numbers. Most importantly, we always stroll to victory in Durban. The city of Durban knows who is TS Galaxy. Apart from that, Durban has got talent,” Sukazi chuckled.
The club will be at the Work Shop in Durban on Saturday between 9am and 4pm.
“If you need any information with regards to the membership of the club, our auditions or merchandise, you can come to the Workshop. You will get an opportunity to interact with our staff and get all unanswered questions that you might have about the club,”
On Sunday, TS Galaxy will host the cheerleading auditions at the Bat Centre between 8am and 4pm. The club is looking for dancers, models and those who can perform.
“We encourage all those that will be participating in our auditions to wear comfortable outfits. If they are models, they can come in their high heels. They can come in groups and with their own CD’s. We are looking forward to a great turn out.” Sukazi said.
TS Galaxy will bring in style and uniqueness in to the new season of DSTV Premiership. In all our home matches we will be having cheerleaders who will dazzle the masses in our home games.
“We provide accommodation in Johannesburg and pay for their studies. This is an opportunity not to be missed and that’s why we encourage people to come in their numbers on Sunday” she concluded.