CT Spurs humble high-flying JDR

GladAfrica Championship

Free State Stars 1 Sekhukhune United 2

New log leaders, Babina Noko, took a giant step towards their ultimate goal of promotion, which happened to be Allan Freese’s first defeat in charge of Ea Lla Koto.

JDR Stars 1 Cape Town Spurs 2

This score-line between the last-placed Urban Warriors and the highest-scoring club illustrates that anything is possible in this vastly competitive GladAfrica Championship.

Cape United 1 Bizana Pondo Chiefs 0

We Hunt To Kill gave it their best shot but in the end couldn’t match the more experienced high-flying Spirited Ones, who bounced back after four fixtures without a victory!

Jomo Cosmos 0 Royal AM 1

Another surprise result for Ezenkosi at Olen Park Stadium but all credit must go to Andile Mpisane’s charges as they moved steadily up the log to within a mere two points of their opponents.

Steenberg United 2 Cape Town All Stars 0

Igugu Lekapa suffered a second successive 2-0 defeat whereas Steenberg finally showed some promise, thanks yet again to the fast-running Lesvin Stoffels, who’s already grabbed 5 goals.

Richards Bay FC 0 TS Sporting 0

Natal Rich Boyz continue to struggle at home, where they’ve picked up only three points from a possible twelve.

University of Pretoria 1 Uthongathi FC 1

AmaTuks broke a terrible spell of five defeats to at least earn a deserved point off the rampant Cane Cutters.

Pretoria Callies 2 Polokwane City 1

Rise and Shine have lost three games in a row since the departure of coach, MacDonald Makhubedu.

Image via Cape Town Spurs

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