Just two points separate powerhouses Croesus Ladies FC and Wits University FC at the top of the Sasol League Gauteng standings after both teams scored emphatic wins this past weekend. 

Croesus Ladies FC beat c 5-1 to top the Gauteng standings on 42 points with 14 wins and one loss from 15 games. Wits University FC won 3-1 against Deipkloof Ladies to move up to 40 points, having won 13 games, drawn one and lost one. 

Another impressive result from Gauteng saw TUKS beat Soweto Fabulous 5-2 to remain in third position in the standings. 

In the Eastern Cape, Volcano Ladies beat United Brothers Ladies FC 3-1 to top the standings of the Coastal Stream on 25 points with eight wins, one draw, one loss. They find themselves one point ahead of second placed City Lads in the standings. 

Executive Ladies thrashed Amanqilo Birds 5-0 to open up a five-point lead at the top the Eastern Cape Inland Stream standings with 28 points from 10 games, including 9 wins and one draw.

In the Free State, Kovsies FC continue to dominate. They beat Grassland Ladies FC 4-1 to remain unbeaten, with 11 wins from 11 games and are top of the Free State Stream A standings with 33 points ahead of second placed Central University of FS on 24 points. 

Sasol Juventus Ladies FC top the standings in Mpumalanga Stream A on 27 points, with nine wins and one loss from 10 games. Silindile Ladies FC are placed second with 22 points from 11 games. 

Just one point separates log leaders De’ Scorpion and NWU Tawana FC at the top of the North West standings. De’ Scorpion are on 50 points from 18 games including 16 wins and two draws. NWU Tawana FC are on 49 points, having also played the same number of games so far. 

Pako Ladies FC lead the Northern Cape Stream A standings on 25 points with seven wins and four draws from 11 games.

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

 

Sasol League Results:

Eastern Cape Coastal Stream on Saturday, 11 September:
Sophakama FC 2-1 University of Fort Hare FC
United Brothers Ladies FC 1-3 Volcano Ladies 

Eastern Cape Inland Stream on Saturday, 11 September:
Cumakala FC 0-2 Ayakha Stars FC
Eluhewini FC 2-2 Mzamba Ladies FC
Eastern Rangers FC 1-4 Red Roses Ladies FC
Executive Ladies 5-0 Amanqilo Birds  

Free State Stream on Saturday, 11 September:
Grassland Ladies FC 1-4 Kovsies FC
Mathata Take Me Cool FC 1-2 Central University of FS

Sunday, 12 September:
TT Kay FC 3-0 De Jaguar FC 

Gauteng Stream on Saturday, 11 September:
Lusaka Ladies FC 1-1 Rosina Sedibane Modiba Sports School
Tuks 5-2 Soweto Fabulous
Croesus Ladies FC 5-1 Springs Home Sweepers FC
Kempton Park FC Blue 3-2 Bird Ladies Football Academy
North West University Vaal 2-1 Luso Africa
Wits University FC 3-1 Diepkloof Ladies
Hallelujah Zebra Force 2-1 Nick Taurus FC
Sunday, 12 September:
VUT FC 1-2 Kathorus United 

Mpumalanga Stream A on Sunday, 12 September:
Silindile Ladies FC 6-3 Two Touch FC
Losta Stars FC 4-2 FC Royal Knights
Sasol Juventus Ladies FC 3-2 Leandra United FC 

North West on Sunday, 12 September:
Madibe Ladies 2-7 Keleku FC
NWU 7-0 Gopane Ladies
NWU Tawana 8-0 Florentina FC
Platinum Arsenal FC 0-2  De’ Scorpion
RM Diamond Ladies 1-3 Clive United FC
Royal Queens 7-1 Young Expandables
Rustenburg Ladies 2-0 We Can Ladies
The Bold &The Beautiful 1-1 Bianca Academy FC

Northern Cape Stream A on Sunday, 12 September:
Thlaping Flowers 0-3 Pako Ladies FC 

Photo Caption: Big wins and log leads for traditional powerhouses as Sasol League action for top spots hots up across the country. Photo: Croesus Ladies (Facebook)