Milano United are the new National First Division leaders after overpowering Roses United 1-0, second placed African Warriors also won by the same score-line, while the majority of the other games ended in draws.
After their midweek success over FC Cape Town, Eezy My Kinnes continued their good work at the AFC Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium with Devon Saal netting the winner, his third goal in consecutive games.
Warriors beat United FC via a Sibusiso Mdamba penalty and Maluti FET College picked up their first win, stunning Witbank Spurs 2-1 in the Puma Rugby Stadium, where Thabang Rammutsoe and Thembinkosi Lorch secured victory.
The Limpopo derby between rookies Baroka FC and ex-PSL giants Black Leopards, at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium, ended all square at 2-2.
Gift Mothupa was again on target for Sello Chokoe’s team, while Thabiso Kutumela grabbed the second that enables them to stay in touch with the front runners.
However, Lidoda Duvha, for whom David Zulu netted a brace, are still without a win languishing near the foot of the table.
With three Mother City outfits, Vasco da Gama, Chippa United and Santos unable to play due to water-logged pitches, it was the turn of FC Cape Town to show their worth away to Jomo Cosmos.
Just when it looked like the African Beasts were going to pick up their first three-point haul, former player Peter Nwadike upset the apple cart with a very late equaliser to level matters at 2-2. Earlier, goals from Darren Dicks and Jarrod Moroole had pleased coach, Vladislav Heric.
A 1-1 draw between Blackburn Rovers and Thanda Royal Zulu in Mthatha saw these two strugglers also opening their point haul.
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