Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies secured their spot at the summit of the Hollywoodbets Super League before their participation in the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League.
They defeated Coal City Wizards 2-0 in the capital city to bring their points tally to 61 from 22 games. Sundowns have a dented record of a loss that was brought by a verdict by the SAFA Disciplinary Committee. Sundowns failed to follow Covid-19 directives for their home match against First Touch Academy earlier in the season, as a result of the DC First Touch were awarded a 2-0 win. Meanwhile Wizards are 11th on the log with 20 points from as many encounters.
First Touch defeated JVW Girls 2-0 in Tsakane, the victory coupled with the DC verdict means Dikgoṧigadi tṧa Limpopo move to fourth spot on the standings with 37 points from20 games. JVW dropped to fifth place with 36 points from 19 matches.
Elsewhere Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) were made to sweat for their 1-0 win over Thunderbirds Ladies at home. TUT maintained second position on the table with 43 points from 20 outings while Thunderbirds remained in seventh place with 29 points in 21 matches.
In De Aar Richmond United and University of Western Cape (UWC) could not be separated as they played to a 2-2 draw. The stalemate puts UWC in third place on the log with 38 points from 18 encounters while United are 10th with 23 points from 22 matches.
Rookies Ma-Indies Ladies also narrowly defeated Durban Ladies 1-0 in Giyani and they remained in eighth position on the log with 28 points from 22 games, while the Kwa Zulu Natal based outfit remained third from bottom with 19 points from 21 games.