MUSTANGS scored a close 3-2 win over arch-rivals NMMU Madibaz on Saturday to consolidate their position at the top of the Safa Regional Women's League.
Jessi Heatley, Courtney Nanan and Anelisa Tuswa scored for the logleaders, who led 2-1 at the break.
Susan Wells and Cawekazi Daca (penalty) scored for the students, who fell further back when they drew 0-0 with Golden Stars yesterday.
Mustangs scored another close win yesterday when they beat African Chiefs 3-2.
All in all, it was a disappointing weekend in the league with five matches called off for one reason or the other.
RESULTS: Golden Stars w/o Black Vultures, Park United w/o Shining Stars, Warriors v PE College (match abandoned – no referee), Mustangs 3 NMMU Madibaz 2, Tomorrow Stars 2 Sopokhama 6, Tomorrow Stars w/o Black Vultures, African Chiefs 2 Mustangs 3, Sophakama w/o Shining Stars, Golden Stars 0 NMMU Madibaz 0, Park United 1 PE College 1
EASTERN Jumpers caused the shock of the season in the Nebfa Sedgars Premier League on Saturday when they beat logleaders Red City 2-0.
The defeat cost the former Safa-NMB SAB League outfit their place at the top of the log as they drop down to third place. Bush Bucks trail City on goal difference after beating Pondo Stars 2-0 yesterday.
This was Stars' second defeat of the weekend after they were beaten 4-1 by Winter Rose on Saturday.
RESULTS: Pondo Stars 1 Winter Rose 4, Stinging Bees 0 CCX Callies 2, Bold Tigers 0 Dodgers 2, Eastern Jumpers 2 Red City 0, Boast Pirates 0 Real White City 4, City Defenders 4 Roaring Tigers 0, City Lads 3 PE Sundowns 2 Pondo Stars 0 Bush Bucks 2, PE United 1 Winter Rose 1