It’s the second half of the 3-0 victory that pleased Hunt most - affirmation that maybe it is possible to go on without Nazeer Allie, James Keene, Daine Klate and Granwald Scott.
“Our squad in the stands is getting bigger,” Hunt lamented the growing injury list. “With our situation at the moment, and big players that are out, I thought others stepped up and we were good.”
Wits went into the half-time break leading by a single goal courtesy of a well-taken penalty by the club’s leading scorer, Gabadinho Mhango.
It had looked like it would be one of those scrappy games decided by a small margin until Mogakolodi Ngele, who hasn’t seen much game time in the league this season, scored twice to put the clash beyond Arrows, making it quite comfortable for the home side.