No Chiefs in Reserve League quarters

Premiership

Chiefs were pipped to fourth place in Group A by University of Pretoria, who enjoyed a plus three goal-difference compared to Amakhosi's plus one after beating them 3-1 in their ginal group game.

The top four in Group A were Bloemfontein Celtic, SuperSport United, Polokwane City and Tuks, while in Group B it ended Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns, Platinum Stars and Mpumalanga Black Aces, with Bidvest Wits missing out.

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Quarter-Finals
17/1/15 Bloemfontein Celtic vs MP Black Aces
17/1/15 Orlando Pirates vs University of Pretoria
17/1/15 SuperSport United vs Platinum Stars
17/1/15 Mamelodi Sundowns vs Polokwane City

*Dates, times and venues to be confirmed closer to the time.

Chippa United striker Khanyiso Mayo scored for goals during the tournament and has since agreed to join SuperSport United next year along with his brother Khanyisile – a move that led to his father and youth coach Patrick Mayo being sacked.

Senior players Vuyani Ntanga (Bloemfontein Celtic) and Ryan Chapman (Bidvest Wits) were also among the top scorers, as well as Orlando Pirates development product Sakhile Ngubo (Polokwane City) and Moroccan-born American striker Noah Sadaoui (Ajax Cape Town).

Top Scorers
Mothusi Gopane (Polokwane City) - 5
Jackson Maphathe (Free State Stars) - 4
Khanyiso Mayo (Chippa United) - 4
Sakhile Ngubo (Polokwane City) - 4
Vuyani Ntanga (Bloemfontein Celtic) - 4
Ayanda Lubelo (Polokwane City) - 3
Darren Lurie (Mpumalanga Black Aces) - 3
Kobamelo Kodisang (Platinum Stars) - 3
Lethola Mofokeng (Bloemfontein Celtic) - 3
Mthokozisi Msomi (Bidvest Wits) - 3
Noah Sadaoui (Ajax Cape Town) - 3
Ryan Chapman (SuperSport United) - 3
Tshidiso Monamodi (Bidvest Wits) - 3

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