Stellenbosch and Black Leopards played to a 1-1 draw at the Danie Craven Stadium in Friday’s only DSTV Premiership game.
Leopards were awarded a penalty in the 30th minute when Ovidy Karuru was adjudged to have been fouled in the box by substitute Kris Bergman.
The former Stellenbosch player got up to take the penalty himself, and he made no mistake again his former team, sending Lee Langeveldt the wrong way. Bergman was an early introduction after Marc Van Heerden had gone off injured.
King Ndlovu made a good save to deny Nathan Sinkala’s free kick in the 40th minute, and was on hand again five minutes later to deny Stanley Dimgba as the visiting team held onto their lead going into halftime.
Stellenbosch came out for the second half guns blazing and Dimgba should have equalised in the 53rd minute but his shot struck the crossbar.
However seconds later Phatutshedzo Nange, who had only just come on off the bench, scored against his former team, a great volley from just outside the area.
Nange almost had a second in the 55th minute, but this time he shot straight at Ndlovu, and it remained level.
Ryan Moon went close in the 60th minute, but his shot brushed the crossbar and went over.
In the 78th minute substitute Roy-Keane Avontuur was denied by Ndlovu, who made another excellent save to deny the Stellenbosch youngster.