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3 Teams Maintain 100% Records In SNWL

Mamelodi Sundowns, JVW Girls and First Touch Academy maintained their perfect records in the SAFA National Women’s League this past weekend.

The trio also retained their places in the top three all on nine points however Sundowns who narrowly defeated University of Western Cape (UWC) 1-0 in Pretoria yesterday swapped places with JVW who are now at the summit of the log after annihilating Durban Ladies 5-0 in Kwa Zulu Natal on Saturday.

Mamello Makhabane scored her first brace of the season in the emphatic victory. Dikgoṧigadi tṧa Limpopo got their first clean sheet of the season as they won 2-0 away at Golden Ladies to stay in third position.

Another Limpopo based side MaIndies Ladies got off the foot of the table to move to 12th spot with their first point of the campaign following the goalless draw with Coal City Wizards in Giyani.

There were two other high scoring matches Richmond United ran a 4-1 riot over University of Johannesburg (UJ) and moved to fifth spot on the standings while UJ dropped to number eight.

Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies registered their first victory of the season, a 3-1 win over Tsunami Queens, a result that saw Celtic in sixth place and Tsunami ninth. 

Meanwhile Thunderbirds Ladies lost their second match of the term going down to 1-0 Tshwane University f Technology who are fourth on the table with seven points. 

In an incident not related to results UWC announced on Monday morning that striker Sduduzi Dlamini has been discharged from hospital and is doing well, Dlamini fell badly on her head after a collision with Sundowns’ Bambanani Mbane yesterday. Dlamini was stretched off the pitch and taken to hospital.