National First Division wrap 24 February 2019
Posted: 24 February 2019 Time: 18:54
National First Division leaders Stellenbosch overcame TS Sporting, while Ajax Cape Town suffered a 3-0 loss to University of Pretoria.
Cape Umoya United 1 Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 1
This was Tshakhuma’s fourth away draw in a row as both clubs brought their total number of stalemates to eight.
Witbank Spurs 1 Richards Bay 1
Although Spurs’ top scorer, Khethukuthula Zwane, grabbed his seventh league and cup goal, dropping more points at home was the last thing that coach, Ephraim “Shakes” Mashaba, wanted.
Uthongathi FC 2 Royal Eagles 1
The Cane Cutters overturned their first-round loss.
Stellenbosch 2 TS Sporting 0
A thirteenth victory for Steve Barker’s team, while Sporting have only picked up five out of a possible 18 points in the second round.
Ubuntu Cape Town 0 Mbombela United 1
Tingwenyama grabbed second spot with this deserved win.
Jomo Cosmos 0 TS Galaxy 1
Ezenkosi suffered their tenth loss and are a mere three points from the drop zone.
University of Pretoria 3 Ajax Cape Town 0
A bad day at the office for the Urban Warriors, who are ten points behind rivals, Stellenbosch, coupled with a vastly inferior goal difference.
Real Kings 2 Maccabi FC 2
After three straight defeats, this was a fair result for Kings but they still occupy the last position, having conceded the most number of goals (31)