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National First Division wrap 14 January 2018

Posted: 14 January 2018 Time: 18:17

Ubuntu Cape Town continued their quest for survival with another win, while Royal Eagles and Super Eagles also claimed vital victories.

Richards Bay 2 Stellenbosch 1

A second success in a row for the KZN club but Steve Barker’s team haven’t won since early December.

Highlands Park 1 Real Kings 1

Kings remain in contention following this credible draw.

Mbombela United 1 Ubuntu Cape Town 2

Ubuntu’s confidence has been given a huge boost after yet another victory.

Mthatha Bucks 3 Royal Eagles 3

Eagles have now conceded 30 goals, 11 in their last 4 matches.

University of Pretoria 1 Super Eagles 3

After two humiliating defeats, AmaTuks’ goal difference has gone from + 3 to – 3.

Witbank Spurs 2 Uthongathi FC 0

Siyavutha bounced back whereas the Cane Cutters have hit a bad patch

Jomo Cosmos 1 Cape Town All Stars 1

Ezenkosi failed to close the gap on Highlands after conceding a last-minute penalty.

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC 1 Black Leopards 1

TTM remain two points above their more illustrious Limpopo rivals.

Article by: Staff Reporter
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