Goals Galore In Womens League
It was a high scoring weekend in the Hollywoodbets Super League.
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) showed no mercy as they annihilated Tsunami Queens 8-0 in Pretoria on Saturday, the highest score of the weekend and the season so far.
That emphatic result saw them rise to third position on the log with 19 points from nine matches while the Queens are third from bottom with seven points from the same number of games.
Durban Ladies registered a high score too as they bagged their second victory in a row, thrashing rookies MaIndies Ladies 5-1 at the Chatsworth stadium, a result that has seen them move from the foot of the table for the first time this season to 13th place equal on six points from nine games. Meanwhile, the Limpopo side are seventh with 11 points despite their heavy defeat.
Bloemfontein Celtic condemned Golden Ladies to the bottom as they defeated them 4-1 on Sunday, with Celtic moving into fourth tied on 19 points with TUT.
Defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns returned to action with a 5-0 humbling of Coal City Wizards in Witbank. They maintained in the top spot with 22 points from eight outings while City Wizards are 11th with seven points from nine games.
University of Western Cape are firmly behind Sundowns on the log with 20 points after their 1-0 win over Richmond United at home. United are placed eighth with 10 points.
In Limpopo, First Touch Academy had to recover from a medically challenging week to hand JVW Girls their second defeat in succession. The 2-1 win sees Dikgoṧigadi tṧa Limpopo move to fifth spot on the standings, equal on 16 points with JVW, who dropped to sixth position, however First Touch have a game in hand.
Thunderbirds Ladies were 1-0 winners over University of Johannesburg (UJ) to move to 10th place with eight points while UJ are just ahead of them on the same number of points but a better goal difference.
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