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Amakhosi lead Telkom Cup voting 17/06/04
Kaizer Chiefs are currently leading the race to qualify for next season's Telkom Charity Cup as they have received the most votes at this stage.

Chiefs, who have 1738 votes, are joined in the top three by traditional rivals, Orlando Pirates (1488) and Sundowns, who have 916 votes to their name at present.

As things stand at present, another big gun of South African soccer, Moroka Swallows, occupy the fourth and final place with 368 votes, although there is still time left to vote for your team.

Fifth and Sixth places are occupied Limpopo sides Silver Stars and Black Leopards, who are set to offer the Birds the most competition at this stage.

The voting closes on July 23 2004.

The tournament happens on 31 July 2004 at FNB Stadium. The four teams will battle it out in a knockout format, with the finals being held later on in the day.

The aim of the competition is to raise as much money for charity as possible.

Proceeds collected from the telephone voting and gate fees will be combined. More than R2 million was raised from last year's Telkom Charity Cup and cheques of R40 000 each were handed to 50 charity organisations.

You can log onto the official Telkom Charity Cup website ( www.charitycup.co.za ) in order to get more information and be updated with the latest standings.

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