29 November 2017 – The SAB League continues to offer great entertainment and flair, with teams claiming top spots early in the season.
Stream A in the SAFA SAB Fezile Dabi region has Avalon FC taking top spot, with Flaming Stars and Shamrock Flowers in second and third respectively.
Doc United are languishing at the bottom of the log In Stream B while Zamdela Tigers have claimed top spot but right on their heels is second placed Dortmund FC.
The iron is at the bottom of the log, where a lack of swag has Swagger FC fighting for dear life at the bottom of the standings.
Things are a bit tight at the Thabo Mofutsanyana Region, where a 1-0 win over FK FC saw Diyatalawa move to the top with 19 points.
Diyatalawa have now won six of their eight matches but are pushed by second placed Small Tigers, whose 2-0 win over Super Vultures took them to 18 points.
Both Small Tigers and Dynamos have 18 points each after they won five of their eight matches, with the other three matches ending in draws.
Mighty Wits are at the bottom of the log having drawn twice, losing six of their eight matches this season.
In the SAFA Sedibeng Region, NWU Vaal keeps leading the other teams with 18 points, but right on their heels is The Birds, who like NWU have won six matches, losing the other two.
Ghetto Seven and Real Hearts are third and fourth respectively on 17 points each.
Further intense competition is in the Waterberg Region, where Bela Bela Pirates and Boys 2 Men are joint top of Stream A on 15 points, while Stream B is under the control of Mokopane Ratanang, who are on 19 points thanks to their six wins in seven outings, and Mosesetjane All Stars, whose six wins in six matches earned them 18 points.
Liverpool are in control of Stream C, having won five of their six matches, sitting on 15 points, while Phalala Killers are on 12 points after a perfect run in four matches.
TUT are the leaders in the SAFA SAB Tshwane region with 20 points from eight matches, followed by Pubs, who are second with 19 points.