28 April 2017 – Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies continued their good run in the Free State Sasol League when they mastered a 10-1 victory over Grassland Ladies at the Westdene Stadium in one of the eight matches that took place in the province on Thursday, 27 April 2017.
The 2016 National Champions have now scored 16 goals in two matches following their 6-1 win over Kolisang Ladies last weekend.
Joining them at the top with a 100 percent record after two rounds of games, are Nigol FC, Happy Ladies, Ace Milan, Central University FS and Tsunami Queens.
Nigol added further woes to Kolisang FC, beating them 7-3 while Tsunami Queens brushed aside Kovsies C 4-3. Happy Ladies, Ace Milan and Central University all registered 2-0 victories over Mamello FC, Lovelife FC and Tumahole Ladies respectively.
In Gauteng, four catch up matches were played on Thursday, 27 April.
TUT-PTA have now made it five wins out of five matches with a 3-0 win over Spring Home Sweepers. TUT-PTA is top of the table on 15 points, while Sweepers is fifth with nine points – this was their first loss.
Palace Super Falcon, who are second just three points adrift, is pilling on the pressure after they registered a 5-0 victory over NWU Vaal Campus, who are yet to win a game after four matches. Falcon has one match in hand.
In other matches University of Pretoria scraped to a 2-1 win over Pull Together while VUT managed to grab their first win in the league as they beat H. Zebra Force 6-2.
Action in the Sasol League continues this long weekend and fans can expect more mouth-watering clashes across the country as the women’s league season gets into full swing.
Up first will be the key fixture between Vasco da Gama and Santos Ladies in the Western Cape tonight (Friday, 28 April – 20h00) at Parrow Park.
Back in Gauteng, Springs Home Sweepers have another tough day at the office when they face play undefeated Palace Super Falcon in KwaThema on Saturday, 29 April.
Third-placed Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies welcome H. Zebra Force in Chloorkop on Workers Day (Monday, 1 May).
JVW FC will travel to Munsieville Stadium to take on Nicko Taurus, while University of Pretoria Football Club hosts Croesus Ladies at the UP Sports campus.
In Limpopo, the match to look out for is between rivals Ma-Indies and Kanatla Ladies at Dream Field on Sunday, 30th April (13h00).
Seven Stars will be hoping to stay clear off the bottom half of the log when they take on Re Tla Dira on Saturday, 29 April at Home Ground.
On the same day, Botlokwa Ladies face the University of Limpopo at Sefene, while Moria Ladies take on Sisters Ladies at the Moria Ground.
The matches kick off at 15h00.
In the North West, Als Puk Tawana will take on Boitumelo United at the NWU-Potchefstroom campus on Saturday.
Early pacesetters, Bianca Academy welcome Titans at the Lichtenburg Ground at 15h00.
In KwaZulu-Natal, Lindelani Ladies, who surprised everyone the previous week with an away win at Durban Ladies, will lock horns with Nxamalala Ladies at Newcentre on Sunday afternoon (13h00).
There will be no matches in the Northern and Eastern Cape as well as in Mpumalanga over the long weekend.
Free State results:
Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies 10 – 1 Grassland Ladies
Kovsies FC 3 – 4 Tsunami Queens
MO2KFA 3 – 4 Black Urban FC
Central University FS 2 – 0 Tumahole Ladies
Lovelife FC 0 – 2 Ace Milan
Simunye Ladies 4 – 3 Ayebush FC
Happy Ladies 2 – 0 Mamello Ladies FC
Nigol FC 7 – 3 Kolisang Ladies
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This article was sourced from the SAFA website.