Stars add to Cosmos' home woes

GladAfrica Championship

Sekhukhune United 1 University of Pretoria 1

Babina Noko became the first club to reach the 20-point mark whereas AmaTuks are seven adrift following four stalemates in a row.

Richards Bay FC 4 Bizana Pondo Chiefs 1

We Hunt To Kill remain bottom of the pack but the Natal Rich Boyz share top spot with Sekhukhune.

JDR Stars 1 Uthongathi FC 0

The Hammer Boys are back in the hunt amongst the frontrunners after a good second-half display, while it’s back to the drawing board for Pitso Dladla’s Cane Cutters.

TS Sporting 2 Cape Town Spurs 0

Prior to this important victory - which resulted in the Urban Warriors continuing to have the worst defensive record by conceding 16 goals in 11 games - Abantu Bemthetho failed to score in their previous four encounters.

Steenberg United 1 Polokwane City 1

The struggling Cape side showed a slight improvement under new coach, Zane Ryklief, although they still have a long way to go like Rise and Shine, who’re stuttering along without much direction.

Jomo Cosmos 1 Free State Stars 2

Ea Lla Koto took full advantage of Ezenkosi’s poor home record and with the help of yet another penalty, their third in four fixtures, have become serious league contenders.

Royal AM 1 Cape Umoya United 0

Here again, a spot kick was the difference between the two sides as Andile Mpisane’s club leapfrogged the Spirited Ones.

Cape Town All Stars 1 Pretoria Callies 2

The Romans subjected Igugu Lekapa, who’d earlier sacked coach, Dylan Deane, to more pain.