The SAB Leagues across the country are coming to a conclusion in the coming weeks as the race for promotion into the ABC Motsepe League intensifies.

In Mopani’s two streams, Wilson Express FC lead the way in stream A with seven points ahead of second placed Mamaila Citizen after 27 matches.

In Stream B, the hunt for top spot is too close to call as leaders Nkowankowa Barcelona sit one point ahead of Nedbank Cup campaigners Marivini United, who have a game in hand.

In Eden, CX Celtics sit in pole position with 48 points from 20 matches having played three games less than most other clubs and is almost assured of winning that stream.

Second placed Black Cats, who have also played 20 games, sit three points behind the leaders while Moonlight is a further six points adrift of Celtics in third spot.

The battle for top spot in the Central Karoo stream has now become a two-horse race with Royal Blues topping the table with 65 points after 24 matches.

Beauwest City who occupy second spot, sit one point behind Blues with just four games remaining in the campaign.

Barcelona who are third, are still mathematically in with a chance as they sit nine points behind the leaders after 24 matches.

The Nelson Mandela Bay stream looks to be a foregone conclusion with four games to go for the leaders NMMY Madibaz who sit 13 points ahead second place Golden Aces.

In the Fezile Dabi conference, Buffalo FC finished the campaign in top spot in Stream A after they amassed 26 points from 12 matches, one more than Avalon FC who finished second.

Young Masters have emerged winners of Stream B, collecting 32 points from 14 matches and finishing 13 points ahead of Fast Eleven FC.

The Sedibeng title race continues to heat up with as many as seven teams still vying for top spot. UT lead the standings with 36 points after 20 matches, one point ahead of Vaal Milano who occupy second spot.

With just three matches remaining in the Tshwane stream, Tshwane South College top the table with 53 points after 23 matches, two points ahead of FC Barcelona who are second.

The top two played out a 1-1 on Saturday, 8 April 2017.

In Ilemebe SAB region, Muzi King Masters and Maphumulo Black Stars each has 25 points with the former currently sitting on top due to superior goal difference.

Black Stars lead the way in the Ndwendwe Stream with 21 points, 11 ahead of second place Ndwendwe United.

The Mandeni stream sees Black Lions top the table with 10 games to go, four points ahead of Isithebe.

Meanwhile, the race for top spot in the Kwadukuza stream is far from over as leaders Qwabe United sit on top with 36 points, two head of second place Nkobongo United.

The King Cetshwayo region title race is a bit clearer as Mandlanzini Citizen top the stream with 71 points after 28 matches, nine ahead of their nearest challengers Golden Chiefs with six games to go.

In the Dr Ruth Segomotsimomp region, AC Milan and Mogopele Wonderous are battling it out for top spot in Stream A, with Milan currently sitting one point ahead of the latter with 21 points after nine matches.

In Stream B, Rising Stars top the table with 23 points from nine matches, six points ahead of Alamba and Eagle Hunters, who sit in second and third respectively.

In Frances Baard stream, Real Madrid find themselves at the top of the standings with 52 points from 23 matches.

Madrid were held to a 0-0 draw by second place Phokwane Stars on Saturday 8, April and remain five points clear at the top with six games remaining.

The Capricorn region is heading into the business end of the campaign with five games remaining. University of Limpopo top the stream with 56 points from 25 matches, two points ahead of Brazil FC and six points ahead of Joe Academy, who sit in third.

In the Sekhukhune region, Ditlou FC currently top the standings after 23 matches and hold a seven-point lead over RT Giants Killers with seven matches to go.

Meanwhile, Golden Aces lead the way in stream B of the region.  Aces boast 60 points after 25 matches, six points ahead of second place Underground FC with five matches remaining.