They won Q1 with 16 points – beating Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United who finished second and third. Mamelodi Sundowns finished on 15 points tied with SuperSport United but the former enjoyed a superior goal difference.
In the first quarter, Baroka FC won four matches and drew the same number of games without tasting defeat.
Baroka FC will receive R1, 5 million for winning Absa Premiership Quarter One.
This is the first Q-Innovation victory for Baroka FC since the inception of the Absa Premiership quarterly awards.
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Each side that wins a Quarter gets R1,5 million in prize money
Quarter One (8 Fixtures), Quarter Two (7 Fixtures), Quarter Three (8 Fixtures), Quarter Four (7 Fixtures)
Bidvest Wits won Absa Premiership Quarter One
Mamelodi Sundowns won Absa Premiership Quarter Two
Cape Town City won Absa Premiership Quarter Three
Polokwane City won Absa Premiership Quarter Four
Bidvest Wits won Absa Premiership 2015/16 Quarter 1 (19 Points, 8 games)
Mamelodi Sundowns won Absa Premiership 2015/16 Quarter 2 (19 points, 7 games)
Mamelodi Sundowns won Quarter Three (19 points)
Mamelodi Sundowns won Quarter Four (16 points – with a game in hand)
Kaizer Chiefs won 2014/15 Absa Premiership Quarter 1 and Quarter 4
Polokwane City claimed Quarter 2 top honours (2014/15 season)
Mamelodi Sundowns won Quarter 3 (2014/15 season)
*Ed Note: The announcement of the Absa Premiership Q1 winners had to be delayed to allow SuperSport United, who had a mathematical chance of winning Q1, to complete their quota of matches.-SOURCED FROM THE PSL WEBSITE