Madibaz maintain lead in league

2018-05-02 06:01
Hearts’ Errol Jordaan is chased by Camper United defender Siyamkela Tshepo Khanyele.        Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

Hearts’ Errol Jordaan is chased by Camper United defender Siyamkela Tshepo Khanyele. Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

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MADIBAZ Football Club showed that they were the side to beat in the SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay SAB Regional League when they won all three of their recent games.

The regional league champions took FC Winners to the cleaners in their first game when they thrashed them 3-1 in their game at South Campus Field.

Madibaz whacked the embattled Amarhamba United 3-1 as well in their South Campus game on Friday and snatched a hard-fought away 3-2 triumph from Mabayibone Strikers in their third game at Walmer Fields on Saturday.

As things stand, Madibaz are unstoppable and they have the potential to defend their league title.

In another game, Camper United collected the six maximum league points in their bid to finish in the top eight.

United defeated PE Sundowns 4-2 and demolished Hearts 6-3 at the weekend. Following their bright start to the season, Morning Stars lost their winning momentum. Stars were dimmed by Young Ideas in their 1-0 loss at Motherwell NU 9 Stadium on Saturday.

Fairview Rovers also rubbed salt into the wounds of Stars after they defeated them 3-2 at Marock Round Field on Saturday.

Young Killers went down 3-1 to Despatch Pioneers at Khayamnandi Community Fields on Saturday and again 2-1 to Highland Spurs in their Uitenhage derby at Jabavu Stadium on Sunday.

Match commissioner Jacob Frolick said the game between Roaring Tigers and Golden Aces was abandoned after 45 minutes with Golden Aces leading 3-1. He is awaiting the referee’s written report.

According to Frolick, in another incident, match officials did not turn up for the game between Motherwell Academy and Ikamva Movers at Motherwell NU 2 Stadium on Sunday.

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