National First Division wrap 15 October 2017
Posted: 15 October 2017 Time: 18:11
Stellenbosch remain top despite dropping points, while Cape Town All Stars edged past Jomo Cosmos in the weekend's National First Division action.
Cape Town All Stars 1 Jomo Cosmos 0
Ezenkosi suffered their third loss in seven games as Igugu Lekapa bounced back under new coach Vladislav Heric.
Black Leopards 0 Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC 0
With just seven points from a possible 21, Lidoda Duvha have not won since their opening match.
Royal Eagles 3 Mthatha Bucks 1
For the second game in a row, Eagles hit three goals as Bucks’ slump continues.
Stellenbosch FC 0 Richards Bay FC 0
Bay remains in the relegation zone, nine points behind Steve Barker’s team
Super Eagles 1 University of Pretoria 1
Super Eagles did well to hold AmaTuks, who went ahead first.
Uthongathi 1 FC Witbank Spurs 0
The Durban side recorded a second home win but Spurs’ poor form is a big concern for their management and fans.
Real Kings 1 Highlands Park 1
This was Kings' fifth draw after the Lions of the North conceded in the final minute of play.