Highlands stay top, Tuks go second

Posted: 5 November 2017 Time: 18:01

Highlands Park maintained top spot in the National First Division, while the University of Pretoria moved up to second.

Richards Bay 0 Mbombela 0

A sixth draw in 10 games leaves the KZN side in the drop zone.

Cape Town All Stars 0 Real Kings 1


Igugu Lekapa missed a penalty as Kings recorded a second successive win.

Highlands Park 3 Stellenbosch FC 0

The Lions of the North grabbed their 14th goal and 19th point to remain top.

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC 1 Ubuntu Cape Town 0

Tshakhuma are unbeaten in five games but Ubuntu stay rooted to the bottom.

Mthatha Bucks 1 Super Eagles 1

A valuable away point for the Free State rookies.

Witbank Spurs 1 Royal Eagles 1

After a good win over Mbombela United, this was a disappointing home result for Siyavutha.

Jomo Cosmos 2 Black Leopards 1

A last-minute winner as Ezenkosi go third.

University of Pretoria 1 Uthongathi FC 0

AmaTuks are just a point behind Highlands.

Article by: Staff Reporter

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