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The second round of the Waterberg’s SAB Regional League was expected to commence this weekend, with fixtures scheduled to take place on Saturday, 13 January, across all three streams.
In Stream A, sixth-placed Bussel FC was scheduled to do battle with Bela Bela Pirates FC, third on the logh standings, at Modimolle’s Tankeng Grounds.
Across town at Modimolle, local struggling Troublemakers FC and fifth-placed Home Defenders FC were expected to lock horns at the Ephraim Mogale Stadium.
Seabe village boys, Opleft United FC, at number 10 on the log standinsgs, was scheduled to travel to Modimolle to honour a tough away fixture against Celtic FC.
Waterberg SAB Regional League Stream A log leaders, Modimolle Boys 2 Men FC, was fixtured to host second-placed Diesel N Dust FC of Bela Bela, in what was obviously a battle for league honours.
Tail-enders, Maxoma FC were scheduled to travel to Rapotokwane for an engagement with Qualitho FC.
In the higher ranks of SA football, the ABSA Premiership resumed last weekend with Limpopo’s Polokwane City FC shocking log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns FC with a 3-2 drubbing on Saturday, 6 January.
It was a sad day for Baroka FC of Ga Mphahlele, following a 3-1 walloping at the hands of Orlando Pirates FC.
Polokwane City FC was on the eleventh position on the PSL league log standings, with Baroka FC sitting on position eight.
The National First Division was scheduled to resume fixtures this forthcoming weekend, with a Limpopo derby between sixth-placed Tshakuma Tsha Madzhivhandila FC and the eighth-placed Black Leopards FC of Thohoyandou.
The mouthwatering fixture, which was anticipated to produce exciting outcomes, was scheduled to take place at Giyani Stadium on Sunday, 14 January.
2 months ago 11 January 2018