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National First Division Wrap 04 March 2018

Posted: 4 March 2018 Time: 15:58

Ubuntu Cape Town, Highlands Park and Royal Eagles were all on the winning side in this weekend's National First Division action.

Mbombela United 2 Jomo Cosmos 0

This was Ezenkosi’s eighth loss of the campaign.

Ubuntu Cape Town 1 Mthatha Bucks 0

A huge victory for head coach, Casey Prince, who has finally received his work permit.

Uthongathi FC 0 Cape Town All Stars 0

Despite the threat of a strike by Igugu Lekapa, this match went ahead.

Witbank Spurs 0 Highlands Park 3

The Lions of the North netted their 40th goal in 23 games and with only 21 points to play for, look set for promotion back into the lucrative PSL.

Richards Bay FC 1 University of Pretoria 0

AmaTuks chances of a return to the top flight are dwindling fast.

Black Leopards 3 Super Eagles 0

Eagles dropped into the relegation zone whereas Lidoda Duvha are well placed to reach the play-offs.

Royal Eagles 2 Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC 0

With two wins in a row against sides in the top three, Eagles confidence may have returned to last season’s levels.

Stellenbosch FC 1 Real Kings 2

Second-placed Kings are 12 points behind Highlands.

Article by: Staff Reporter
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