• Swallows survival hopes fading, top three fighting for title

    Swallows survival hopes fading, top three fighting for title

  • Super Eagles slip up, Harmony and Bubchu United take advantage

    Super Eagles slip up, Harmony and Bubchu United take advantage

  • Premier United relegated to Mpumalanga SAB League

    Premier United relegated to Mpumalanga SAB League

  • Young Stars, Kuruman meet in table-topping clash

    Young Stars, Kuruman meet in table-topping clash

  • Super Eagles pull clear of chasing pack in Free State

    Super Eagles pull clear of chasing pack in Free State

  • Western Cape Contenders march on, Nacional get revenge

    Western Cape Contenders march on, Nacional get revenge

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Relegation-threatened Devonshire Rovers registered their first league win of the season, while the Magic FC came from a goal down to beat Ajax Cape Town in the Western Cape's SAFA ABC Motsepe League.

Rovers defeated Atlantic Nacional 1-0 to taste victory for first time in this campaign. The Hout Bay outfit are however still far from safe, with only five points to their name.

Meanwhile, The Magic beat Ajax 3-1 at their Ikamva homebase to extend their winning streak to seven wins. They have thus moved up to fourth place on the league standings, overtaking Grassy Park United who drew 1-1 at Ikapa Sporting.

Manneberg’s Crystal Palace lost 3-1 against Milano United in the battle of the relegation threatened sides, while Jomo Powers increased their chances of survival with a 3-1 against Cultural Roots.

Last season’s title challenger Glendene United beat Barcelona FC 1-0, while the current contenders Steenberg United and Zizwe United registered victories over United FC (3-2) and FC Cape Town (3-0) respectively.

 

SAFA ABC Motsepe League

The SAFA ABC Motsepe League is contested by 16 clubs in each of the 9 geo-political provinces of South Africa. The winner of each provincial league qualifies for the annual SAFA ABC Motsepe League National Play-offs where the winners of two streams (made up of 4 and 5 clubs respectively) qualify automatically for the National First Division (NFD). Winners from the SAFA SAB Regional League qualify for promotion to the SAFA ABC Motsepe League after a series of play-offs.

 
 

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