10 February 2020 –There were no draws this past weekend in the SAFA National Womens League – with five of the six home teams registering wins.
Title-chasing Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies continued on their winning streak when they brushed aside a determined Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies 3-0 on Saturday, 8 February.
With the victory, Sundowns have stretched their lead to 12 points ahead of Celtic who are in third place.
Away in Durban, second-placed TUT showed no mercy away to Durban Ladies, thrashing them 6-1. This was the only match where the host team lost their game.
After 18 matches, TUT is now four points behind Sundowns, but the latter has a game in hand.
First Touch Academy kept their fourth place position after a 4-1 victory over Thunderbirds Ladies at the Seshego Stadium.
Western Cape won the battle of the Universities when they beat UJ 6-1 in Cape Town.
Coal City Wizards registered a 2-1 win over Tsunami Queens in Witbank.
Bottom of the table Richmond Ladies suffered their 14thloss of the season when they went down 4-2 to Golden Ladies at the Montshiwa Stadium in North West.
- Sundowns has registered 16 straight wins from 16 matches (they have a match in hand)
- Together with UJ, they are yet to draw a match
- TUT has scored the most goals – 66 from 17 matches
- Golden Ladies, Tsunami Queens and Richmond Ladies have scored the lowest number of goals – 15
- Bottom of the table Richmond has conceded the highest number of goals – 59 in 17 games
- Sundowns has let in the lowest number of goals – 8
- Tsunami Queens and Richmond Ladies have lost the most matches – 14
- Thunderbirds Ladies, Tsunami Queens and Richmond Ladies have won less match – 2
- Tsunami Queens and Richmond Ladies are yet to hit the double digits in terms of points
Durban Ladies 1 – 6 TUT
Mamelodi Sundowns 3 – 0 Bloemfontein Celtic
Golden Ladies 4 – 2 Richmond Ladies
First Touch Academy 4 – 1 Thunderbirds
Coal City Wizards 2 – 1 Tsunami Queens
University of WC 6 – 1 University of JHB