De Jaguar FC tamed by Central University of Free State

by | Oct 15, 2021

Central University of Free State tamed De Jaguar FC in their Sasol League clash on Saturday, 9 October.

Central University of FS walked away with a 19-2 victory against De Jaguar FC to leave them at the number two spot just below log leaders Kovsies FC on the Stream A standings with 28 points.

De Jaguar FC sits at the bottom of the log with no wins from 12 games.

Grassland Ladies FC and Ace Milan FC walked away with one point each after their 0-0 tie. Grassland Ladies FC stands at number three on the log with 19 points, one point ahead of fourth-placed Ace Milan FC.

In the Gauteng Stream, TUKS secured their number 2 spot with 48 points on Saturday after their 6-1 victory against Lusaka Ladies FC. 

Elsewhere Diepkloof Ladies left Spring Home Sweepers in the dust after a 2-0 win. Diepkloof Ladies rise to fourth place on the table with 41 points while Spring Home Sweepers are in the 10th spot with 23 log points.

Lindelani Ladies thrashed Umlazi Arsenal 9-1 on Sunday to top the KZN Stream B standings with 33 points. 

The match between Newcastle Ladies and Westville United FC ended in a 1-1 stalemate and both sides earning one point each to leave them tied on 28 points.

De’ scorpion continued their winning ways in an emphatic 18-0 encounter against We Can Ladies to keep their spot atop the North West standings with 62 points. 

Second-placed NWU Tawana FC took a comfortable 5-0 win against Platinum Arsenal FC, who are currently at number 13 on the log with 16 points. NWU Tawana FC sits one point below De’ Scorpion.

Check out MySAFA.net for more information on results, upcoming fixtures, and logs.

 

Sasol League Results

Eastern Cape Coastal Stream on Sunday, 10 October:
Golden Stars 1-7 University of Fort Hare FC
United Brothers Ladies FC 8-0 Bashee Eagles FC
Volcano Ladies 0-5 Sophakama FC

Eastern Cape Inland Stream on Sunday, 10 October:
Eluhewini Ladies 0-1 Red Roses Ladies FC
Executive Ladies 4-0 Mzamba Ladies FC
Eastern Rangers FC 1-6 Ayakha Stars FC
Amanqilo Birds 0-10 Cumakala FC

Free State Stream A on Saturday, 9 October:
Mathata Take Me Cool FC 0-0 SJN Stars FC
Kovsies FC 5-0 TT Kay FC
Central University of FS 19-2 De Jaguar FC
Grassland Ladies FC 0-0 Ace Milan FC

Gauteng Stream on Saturday, 9 October:
VUT FC 2-3 North West University Vaal
Lusaka Ladies FC 1-6 TUKS
Nicko Taurus FC 1-1 Soweto Fabulous
Diepkloof Ladies 2-0 Springs Home Sweepers FC
Kathorus United 1-1 Blue Birds Ladies Football Academy 

KZN Stream A on Sunday, 10 October:
UKZN Womens FC 2-3 Golden Horse FC
White City 1-2 Darnall FC
DUT Midlands 0-2 Unizulu FC
Tottenham Ladies 0-7 Sunflower WFC

KZN Stream B on Sunday, 10 October:
Ixopo Ladies FC 2-1 FC Angels
Lindelani Ladies 9-1 Umlazi Arsenal
Sapphire Laddies 2-5 Makhanisi FC
Newcastle Ladies 1-1 Westville United FC

Limpopo Stream A on Saturday, 9 October:
Seven Stars Ladies 2-0 Skimzozo FC
Capricorn Sports Development 1-5 Mandebele Happy Fighters Ladies FC
Copper Belts FC 5-0 FC 50 Stars Ladies
Kanatla Ladies 5-2 University of Limpopo

Mpumalanga Stream A on Sunday, 10 October:
Leandra United FC 5-1 Silindile Ladies FC
FC Royal Knights 1-5 Two Touch FC
Sasol Juventus Ladies FC 4-0 Chosen Few FC

North West on Sunday, 10 October:
Young Expandables 2-0 We Can Ladies
Florentia 2-8 Royal Queens
Gopane Ladies 1-3 RM Diamonds Ladies
Keleku 5-1 Platinum Arsenal FC
North West University 0-3 Bianca Academy

North West on Saturday, 9 October:
Young Expandables 3-2 Clive United FC
We Can Ladies 0-18 De’ Scorpion
The Bold & The Beautiful 3-0 Florentina
Rustenburg Ladies 6-1 Gopane Ladies
Platinum Arsenal FC 0-5 North West University
Bianca Academy 0-3 NWU Tawana FC
Royal Queens 2-0 Keleku

Western Cape Stream A on Sunday, 10 October:
Virgo Ladies FC 1-3 Burnley WFC
Azzurro Academy 0-5 Santos FC

Western Cape Stream A on Sunday, 10 October:
Spurs WFC 2-5 Cape Town Roses

 

Photo Caption: File photo of action in the North West Stream of the 2021 Sasol League between NWU Tawana FC and De’ Scorpion FC. Photo: Sasol League (Twitter)

 

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