NFD wrap: Ajax humble high-flying JDR

GladAfrica Championship

JDR Stars suffered defeat at the hands of Ajax Cape Town, while Milton Dlamini started his Free State Stars reign with victory TTM in the GladAfrica Championship this weekend.


Ajax Cape Town 2 JDR Stars 0

The Urban Warriors goalkeeper, Nick Hengelman, not only kept a clean sheet for the first time but also saved a penalty as his team acquired their twentieth point.

Royal Eagles 3 Richards Bay FC 1

Eagles’ second league victory signals some sort of improvement but they remain rock bottom with plenty of work still to do.

Mbombela United 1 Real Kings 2

Joel Masutha’s victorious team are now in the top eight whereas Tingwenyama wallow near the danger zone.

Swallows FC 1 University of Pretoria 2

Kamohelo Mahlatsi’s winner means a sixth loss for Brandon Truter’s Birds, three of which have taken place at Dobsonville Stadium.

TS Sporting 2 Cape Umoya United 1

Decide Chauke’s seventh goal for Abantu Bemthetho has boosted confidence within their ranks but the same cannot be said of the Spirited Ones, who’re trying to fathom out new coach, Maahier Davids’ philosophy.

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 0 Free State Stars 2

A great result for Milton Dlamini considering it was his opening game in charge.

TS Galaxy 1 Uthongathi FC 1

The Cane Cutters remain top of the log with twenty eight points out of a possible thirty nine.

Jomo Cosmos Steenberg United

Match abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch.