City Rovers run riot against Lions

GladAfrica Championship

Platinum City Rovers 5-1 Hunry Lions

Platinum City Rivers went up to third on the log after hammering Hungry Lions 5-1 at Olen Park Stadium.

An early own goal and a goal by Mbulelo Wagaba gave City Rovers a two-goal cushion going into the half-time break while Natlaba, Radebe and Ngcobo netted in the second stanza to record a rampant win.

University of Pretoria 4-2 Cape Town Spurs

New Cape Town Spurs head coach Shaun Bartlett got off to a losing start in charge after a heavy 4-2 loss to University of Pretoria at ABSA Tuks Stadium.

Jarrod Moroole gave Spurs the lead in the 19th minute but Henry Etiosa levelled matters for AmaTuks just before the half-time break.

Chumani Butsaka restored the lead for the visitors early in the second stanza but Sanele Barns made it 2-2 just after that.

Kaketso Majadibodu made it 3-2 for AmaTuks just before the hour-mark and Luvuyo Phewa sealed the deal 11 minutes before time, as the Tshwane side went up to second on the log.

Free State Stars 2-2 Uthongathi

Uthongathi extended their unbeaten run to three matches after playing to a 2-2 draw with Free State Stars at Goble Park.

However, Uthongathi dropped down to fourth on the log with 16 points, five points off leaders JDR Stars while Ea Lla Koto were left lying in eighth spot on the table.

Cape Town All Stars 1-0 Black Leopards

Cape Town All Stars stretched their unbeaten run to five matches after a last-gasp 1-0 win over Black Leopards at Idas Valley Sports Ground.

After a goalless first stanza, All Stars left it late to snatch the winner in stoppage time, as they went up to fifth on the log while Lidoda Duvha remained in 15th place.

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 0-1 TS Sporting

TS Sporting ended their six-game winless run after edging Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 1-0 at Thohoyandou Stadium.

Mohau Mokate got an early goal for Abantu Bemthetho and that was enough to hand them their third win of the season, as they mvoe up to 11th on the log with while TTM dropped down to 13th.

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