Unpredictable, always exciting, the Sasol League continues with a full round of fixtures over the next three days.
The action kicks off in the Mother City on Friday, 12 May 2017, when Mid-table Manenberg Ladies welcome Virgo at the Manenberg stadium. On that same day, Dangerous Heroes travel to Parow Park to take on Vasco Da Game who are in 7th position on the standings. The following day, log leaders, Santos Ladies head to Williams Herbert Sports Ground to tackle Spurs Ladies who will be hoping to cause an upset and move up the table from the 4th position which they currently occupy.
The Gauteng province log-leaders, Palace Super Falcon head to Auckland Park to take on the University of Johannesburg at the UJ Campus Sport Complex in what promises to be the fixture of the weekend. NWU Vaal Campus who are yet to register a single point after six matches will welcome JVW, while TUT-PTA play host to Pull Together at the TUT PTA West Campus.
Gopane Ladies and Tlhabologang Ladies are on lengthy runs without wins in the North-West province and will hope to change that narrative this weekend as both teams go in search of that elusive victory when they take on The Champs Ladies and De’Scorpion respectively. Second placed, Golden Ladies welcome The Bold & The Beautiful at Artificial Turf.
In the KwaZulu-Natal section, Remax Shooting Stars who have been in solid form with three wins out of three travel to Matsheketsheni on Sunday to take on Real United. Lindelani Ladies who occupy top spot are at the King Zwelithini Outer Field to take on Tiger Girls who are struggling down the log with no single point from three of their matches.
Tsunami Queens are steadily building up a profile for themselves in the Free State Province with their impressive record of three wins out of three, and will hope to continue with that rich vein of form when they take on Central University FS at the Zuka Baloyi stadium. Free State powerhouse, Bloemfontein Celtic are tangled in a top of the table clash with Ace Milan at the Clive Solomon Stadium. This fixture will undoubtedly determine who is the livewire of the region as both teams are tied on 12 points after four games.
The provinces that will not be in action this weekend are, Eastern Cape, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape and Limpopo.
SASOL Women’s League Results:
Free State Week 5 Results (Click here)
Gauteng Week 7 Results (Click here)
KwaZulu-Natal Week 5 Results (Click here)
North West Week 5 Results (Click here)
Western Cape Week 6 Results (Click here)