In fact, over the past weekend teams from almost every province were in the thick of things as far as finding the back of the net were concerned.
In the North West, mid-table Inter SA FC thrashed Klerksdorp Digagabi 6-2, while City of Matlosana moved up to second place with a fine 4-0 win over Als Puk Tawana.
After 11 games, RNB 54 FC is top of the log by three points, with NW Shining Stars and Garankuwa United fighting for the other important berths.
Botshabelo FC, of the Free State, blasted last season’s runners-up, Mafube United 5-0 to move within striking distance of Maluti Fet College, Bloemfontein Young Tigers and United FC.
There was also a good 3-0 home win for Welkom Real Hearts who have now lifted themselves above their opponents, Tower United.
The Eastern Cape produced 23 goals with African Juventus overcoming Tembu Royals 4-2, Bay Academy beating Kokstad Swallows 3-2 away and Matta Milan cruising past Manchester United with a 4-0 score.
Blackburn Rovers remain top, but Matatiele Pros have two games in hand and can overtake them if they collect maximum points.
Newcastle Sicilians, one of only a few clubs, which remain unbeaten, blasted Clermont United 4-0 to maintain their lead in the KZN stream.
However, former PSL outfit African Wanderers, failed in their bid to overtake Sicilians after narrowly going down 1-0 to Wembezi Juventus.
And spare a thought for another former top flight club, Durban Bush Bucks, who lost yet another game and have only picked up two out of a possible 36 points!
Gauteng’s African All Stars punished Value Rockets 4-0 and there were also victories for Arcadia Shepherds and the high-flying Lusitano, who beat Meadowlands 1-0.
Highlands Park, yet to lose a match, played a goalless draw against Orlando Pirates development side Yebo Yes FC, which remains in 10th place.
Unbeaten Batau of Mpumalanga and FC Henemat were involved in a seven-goal thriller, with Batau winning 5-2, while Mighty Mega Force hit FC Benfica for four.
Steenberg United are well ahead on points in the Western Cape and in the Northern Cape, Real Madrid lead the pack.