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NFD round-up: Aces on top despite loss

National First Division round-up

Posted: 2 December 2012 Time: 09:16 pm

There were seven National First Division games played over the weekend, with Mpumalanga Black Aces remaining top of the log despite losing to Thanda Royal Zulu.

Thanda Royal Zulu 1-0 Mpumalanga Black Aces
Nkosinathi Mthiyane scored the only goal to give Thanda maximum points against log leaders Aces, who had a chance to equalise when they were awarded a penalty in the 84th minute, but they failed to score. Thanda have 17 points while Aces remain top of the log with 21 points.

Milano United 2-0 African Warriors
Devon Saal and Lesvin Stoffels were once again on the score-sheet for Milano, but finished the game with 10 men after Keanen Thomas collected his second yellow card. Milano are now on 18 points and Warriors have 15 points.

Dynamos 1-2 FC Cape Town
Things are still not looking good for Dynamos as they lost their fourth League game in a row on Sunday. Mpo Erasmus and Sibusiso Ntuli scored for the Cape side while Itumeleng Matsiane netted for the hosts. Dynamos remain at the bottom of the table.

Witbank Spurs 3-2 Blackburn Rovers
Ralph Matema, Peter Munbayiwa and Thando Gumede scored for Spurs, while Mazi Mncube and Myron Hoffman netted for Rovers.

Vasco da Gama 1-1 FC AK
Zeka Karkee scored for Vasco while Elton Peterson got the goal for FC AK, who finished the game with 10 men when Mike Dika was shown a red card.

United FC 0-0 Sivutsa Stars
United FC and Sivutsa Stars played to a goalless draw at Moruleng Stadium, with the hosts moving up to third.

Jomo Cosmos 0-0 Santos
Jomo Cosmos and Santos drew 0-0 at the Johannesburg Stadium. Ezenkosi remain sixth, while Santos are down in ninth.

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Article by: Christopher Maqashu

Previous comments on this story...

meldinho
posted: 10:18 pm
its realy tough in the nfd
Anonymous
posted: 10:37 pm
cosmos 2 vodacom
R Mugabe
posted: 08:14 am
The game between TRZ and Aces, the penalty was awarded to TRZ not Aces!
Nebo
posted: 08:16 am
He hehehehe

Ralph Matema eish mara.
Sthathe Africa (Conquer the Continent)
posted: 08:51 am
Hahahahahaha: I see FC Cape Town and I can remember them because of one scandal they caused in the Person to our noisy neighbours!!
Sthathe Africa (Conquer the Continent)
posted: 08:51 am
Hahahahahaha: I see FC Cape Town and I can remember them because of one scandal they caused in the PSL Nedbank Cup to our noisy neighbours!!
2nd Star Washelela
posted: 09:59 am
"Aces on top despite loss"
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The same will never be said after Saturday's game, I cannot wait to moer these Monkeys.
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