Free State Stars continued their resurgent run under Allan Freese with victory over Cape Town All Stars while Jomo Cosmos edged past TS Sporting in midweek GladAfrica Championship action.
Cape Town All Stars 0 Free State Stars 2
Ea Lla Koto destroyed Igugu Lekapa’s unbeaten record with an array of counter-attacking football, resulting in the gap between the two sides narrowing to a mere two points.
Polokwane City 1 JDR Stars 2
Rise and Shine suffered a second defeat on the trot as the Hammer Boys hit their tenth goal in four games to maintain top spot.
Bizana Pondo Chiefs 3 Cape Town Spurs 0
We Hunt to Kill bounced back in no uncertain measure against a lackluster Urban Warriors, who’re not only twelve points off the pace with a goal difference of – 8 but also the only club without a victory.
Uthongathi FC 2 Cape United 1
The Cane Cutters came from behind to outwit Roger de Sa’s side, thanks to the reliable Khethukuthula Ndlovu.
Sekhukhune United 1 Pretoria Callies 0
Babina Noko’s new coach, MacDonald Makhubedu, celebrated his first three-point haul as Callies drift deeper into trouble.
Royal AM 2 University of Pretoria 1
Big-spending Royal leapfrogged AmaTuks, who went down for a fifth straight game with questions being asked about the strength of their technical team.
Steenberg United 1 Richards Bay FC 1
Steenberg did well to dent the title hopes of the in-form Natal Rich Boyz.
TS Sporting 0 Jomo Cosmos 1
Ezenkosi secured a fourth win and a fifteenth point to go joint top with JDR Stars, who have a two-goal advantage.