Former Home Defenders FC man, Thabiso Maitsapo, who is currently plying his trade in the National First Division. Photo: Mzamane Ringane
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Modimolle Troublemakers players and managers ensured that they sustain their position on top of the log standings, following a 2-0 victory over Rapotokwane’s Qualitho FC.
Modimolle Troublemakers FC will be aiming to further humiliate the struggling local rivals, Modimolle Celtic FC, when the two teams meet at Ephraim Mogale Stadium on Saturday, 10 February.
At Rapotokwane, Qualitho FC will be hoping to bounce back when the team hosts Bela Bela Pirates FC, also this forthcoming Saturday.
Mookgophong Junior Stars FC, which won 2-1 during a visit to Modimolle Home Defenders FC last weekend, was this week scheduled to play hosts to Modimolle Bussel FC, at the Mookgophong Stadium.
Modimolle Home Defenders FC had a fixture to welcome Bela Bela Diesel ‘n Dust at the former’s Ephraim Mogale Stadium home ground.
In the higher echelons of South African football, Limpopo’s National First Division (NFD) contenders, Tshakuma Tsha Madzhivandila FC, narrowly defeated Mthatha Bucks 1-0, at the Thohoyandou Stadium last Saturday.
Tshakuma Tsha Madzhivandila FC, which is mentored by former Professional Leaguie campaigners’, Baroka FC’s coach, Sello Chokoe, has recently unveiled the signing of Modimolle’s Thabiso Maitsapo.
Maitsapo was once a player of the Waterberg Region’s SAB League team Modimolle Home Defenders FC.
The team is currently occupying second position on the log standings, eight points behind log leaders Highlands Park FC.
Another team from the home province, Black Leopards FC, bettered their chances of contending for the title after battering Ubuntu Cape Town FC (formerly FC Cape Town) 4-0 at Parrow Park last weekend.
There would be no NFD fixtures this weekend, because some of the teams were scheduled to take part in the multi-million rand Nedbank Cup.
11 days ago 08 February 2018