MDANTSANE-BASED side, Tornado FC, managed to collect six maximum league points when they played two ABC Motsepe League games on Tuesday and Saturday last week.Following their 1-0 loss to Kaizer Chiefs during the Nedbank Cup last 32 games stage, the Eastern Cape side continued with their never-give-up spirit. In their home game, Tornado FC registered an emphatic 4-0 victory over Matta Milan on Tuesday. Tornado FC had to dig deep to beat Butterworth FC 1-0 in their away game, which took place at the WSU Ibika Campus Grounds in Butterworth on Saturday.SUBS managed to salvage three league points against Bush Bucks AFC in their game that ended 2-1 at Motherwell NU 2 Stadium on Friday evening. Highbury FC succumbed 4-2 to Bizana Pondo Chiefs at NMU South Campus in Summerstrand on Friday evening, while Sibanye FC were held to a 1-1 home draw by Uitenhage side, Future Tigers, at Adcock Stadium.Matta Milan shared a 1-1 draw with Peace Makers at Msobomvu Sports Fields in Idutywa on Saturday. Yakha United lost 1-0 to Mthatha Bucks at Mt Ayliff Stadium and PE Stars embarrassed The Guys in front of their home supporters when they beat them 3-1 at Mpeshwa Sports Fields in Bizana on Saturday. Amavarara FC could not play against Birmingham City at Dumpy Adams in Komani because of weather conditions, according to SAFA EC provincial executive officer, Isaac Klaas.