Bussel FC (pink) and Celtic FC are yet to win a match in the SAB League this season. Photo: Mzamane Ringane
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New kids on the block, Opleft United FC of Bela Bela, collected its first three points of the season, thanks to a walkover victory over Maxoma FC.
Opleft United FC was scheduled to lock horns with Modimolle Home Defenders FC at the Ephraim Mogale Stadium on Saturday, 18 November.
Tail-enders Maxoma FC of Roedtan forfeited a crucial three points, after failing to honour their weekend away fixture at Bela-Bela against Opleft FC, on Saturday, 11 November.
Maxoma FC will this week host Bela-Bela Pirates FC, who are still oozing with confidence following a 2-1 victory over Celtic FC.
Bela-Bela Pirates FC is second on the league log standings, with Boys 2 Men FC at the summit.
Celtic FC, yet to win a match this season, would travel to Mookgophong to square off with Junior Stars FC.
Junior Stars FC shared the spoils in a 1-all draw with reigning SAB Regional League (Stream A) champions, Rapotokwane Qualitho FC last weekend.
Rapotokwane Qualitho FC was fixtured to travel to Bela-Bela for a tussle with the local Diesel N Dust FC at Sunfa Stadium.
Bela-Bela Diesel N Dust FC, at number three on the log standings, enter the fixture like wounded tigers, and hope to make amends after going down 2-1 at the hands of Modimolle Troublemakers FC.
The loss sent the Bela-Bela team tumbling from top to third position on the SAB Regional League log standings.
In other weekend fixtures, pace-setters Boys 2 Men FC, who triumphed 2-0 over Bussel FC last weekend, was scheduled to welcome Modimolle Troublemakers FC.
7 months ago 16 November 2017