NFD Wrap: Highlands increase lead at the summit

Posted: 25 February 2018 Time: 16:53

Highlands Park extended their lead at the top of the National First Division table, while Ubuntu Cape Town boosted their survival hopes.

Cape Town All Stars 0 Super Eagles 0

A valuable away point for the Free State side, their fifth of the season.

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC 2 Mbombela United 1


This was Tshakhuma’s tenth victory with Themba Ndlovu hitting his sixth goal.

Mthatha Bucks 0 Black Leopards 0

A second successive home draw should boost the team’s confidence ahead of next week’s vital “six pointer” against fellow relegation candidates, Ubuntu Cape Town.

Real Kings 0 Royal Eagles 1

A first win for Eagles’ head coach, Roger Sikhakhane, which lifts them to 11th position.

Witbank Spurs 2 Richards Bay FC 1

Siyavutha are now unbeaten in four games and sit just three points from a play-off spot.

Highlands Park 1 Uthongathi FC 0

The Lions of the North left it late but eventually grabbed all three points which leaves them eleven ahead of Tshakhuma.

Jomo Cosmos 2 Stellenbosch FC 1

Ezenkosi came from behind to leapfrog Witbank Spurs and Black Leopards.

Ubuntu Cape Town 3 University of Pretoria 1

A third brace for Ranga Chivaviro, who brought his season’s tally to eleven, guided Ubuntu to a big win in Cape Town.

Article by: Staff Reporter

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