Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies side is running solo in the SAFA National Women's League, currently sitting at the summit of the log standings, with a record of thirteen wins out of thirteen.
The league has just stumbled past the halfway mark in its maiden season. With a ten-point lead at the top, Sundowns look certain to challenge for honours.
Banyana Ba Style continues with their dominance in the league. It is too early to talk 'invincibles' but at this rate, Sundowns can go all season without a defeat. 'Invisible' is a rare feat but it is doable.
Arsenal has pulled an Invisibles campaign in the 2003/04 season in the English Premier League. Should Sundowns achieve this feat, it will set a new record in both mens and women's football in South Africa.
The Brazilians have what it takes to put their rivals to the sword. With the kind of power Sundowns posses, it will take a lot to beat the Chloorkop based outfit. Their style of play is free-flowing football marinated with plenty of goals. A thirty-five goal difference is something that shouldn't be under-estimated. The football is just as beautiful as our diski queens.
This article was written by a Soccer Laduma reader.