• Eagles crowned champions of ABC Motsepe League in FS

    Eagles crowned champions of ABC Motsepe League in FS

  • Uthongathi crowned ABC Motsepe League winners in KZN

    Uthongathi crowned ABC Motsepe League winners in KZN

  • Grand Finale Expected in Eastern Cape ABC Motsepe League

    Grand Finale Expected in Eastern Cape ABC Motsepe League

  • Super Eagles on the brink of Free State title

    Super Eagles on the brink of Free State title

  • Title race hots up in Northern Cape

    Title race hots up in Northern Cape

  • Two Horse Race in Eastern Cape ABC Motsepe League

    Two Horse Race in Eastern Cape ABC Motsepe League

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Super Eagles' lead at the top of the Free State ABC Motsepe League was trimmed by Bubchu United, while Lijabatho boosted their hopes of survival.

Super Eagles saw their lead at the top cut down, after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Bloemfontein Young Tigers on Saturday afternoon.

Bubchu United took advantage of Eagles' slip up, and defeated Dla 2 FC 2-1 to cut the leaders' lead from six points to three.

Mangaung Unite and Harmony sit in third in fourth respectively level on 46 points, after both sides secured victories over the weekend to maintain their slim title hopes.

Eagles return to action on Tuesday when they host African Warriors, while Bubchu United travel to the Bronville Stadium to face Sibanye Golden Stars.

Moving to the foot of the table, Dinonyana and Dla 2, who occupy 15th and 14th spot respectively, both suffered losses in week 23.

However, Lijabatho took full advantage as they registered a 1-0 win over Free State Stars to move within a point of Dinonyana and two points behind Dla 2.

All three sides will be in action on Tuesday, as Dla 2 host Dikwena United, Lijabatho travel to Tshiame All Stars and Dinonyana welcome Bloemfontein Young Tigers.

Other week 23 results:

Central University 1-3 Mangaung Unite

African Warriors 2-3 Harmony FC

Bloemfontein Celtic 1-2 Sibanye Golden Stars

FC Hunters 3-3 Tshiame All Stars

 

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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