THE three front-runners in the Safa-NMB SAB league came out unscathed from their respective matches yesterday.
A three-goal blitz in the second half saw Subs outplay neighbours Showvillage United 3-0 and retain the top position on the log.
After a goalless first half Aviwe Venge, Ludwe Sonjica and Xolaleni Mkiva scored for the log-leaders. Subs have now played eight matches without dropping a point or conceding a single goal.
A GOAL with the last kick of the game saw Callies score a dramatic 4-3 win over Despatch Pioneers at the Westbourne Oval.
The Londt Park outfit who are second on the log went into the break trailing 2-0.
Goals by skipper Luvuyo Bika and Zaid Dolley shortly after the break put Callies on level terms.
Giovanni Gallant then scored to give Callies the lead for the first time.
However, the lead was short-lived as Pioneers levelled. Orenthal Jordaan netted the winning goal.
A blistering strike by Anathi Ketengana in the second half was the only goal of the match as Lion City defeated Island City 1-0.
AFTER a disappointing few weeks Hotspurs finally hit their straps in a 3-1 victory over Highland Spurs at the Moore Dyke field. Vernon Campher, Steven Samuels and Shenandre Losper scored for the Spurs.
The matches between Fairview Rovers and Central Acemates at the Saints field in Gelvandale, between Morning Stars and Motherwell Academy at the Zwide Stadium and the match between Camper United and Royal Bucks at the NU9 stadium were called off as the fields were water-logged.
Tomorrow Stars failed to meet the deadline to pay their registration fees, resulting in their match against Peace United not taking place.