Zwifa log leaders pull further ahead in league

2017-10-25 06:02
Real Crusaders FC with their head coach, Mdibanisi Mdi Kakancu.      Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

Real Crusaders FC with their head coach, Mdibanisi Mdi Kakancu. Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

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REAL Crusaders B managed to cement their position at the top of the league table after they collected six points in two Zwide Football Association (Zwifa) First Division games that were played at the Gal City Grounds at the weekend.

In their first clash which was played on Saturday, Crusaders had to dig deep to claim a hard-fought 1-0 victory when they took on Soweto Angels.

On Sunday, Crusaders demolished Mighty Heroes 5-2 in their one-sided game.

In another match, Bay Tigers, the league title contenders, humiliated Golden Aces 5-1 on Saturday, while the indomitable Tigers hammed Everton 4-0 on Sunday.

It was crunch time when Manchester City succumbed 3-2 to Golden Arrows on Saturday.

Everton defeated Mighty Heroes 1-0 on Saturday and Golden Arrows earned a narrow 3-2 win from Golden Aces, while Mighty Heroes redeemed themselves in their 5-1 triumph over Soweto Angels.


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