National First Division Week 29 Wrap
Maccabi secured their National First Division Status after defeating Mbombela United 3-0 at Dobsonville Stadium
Sunday, 28 April 2019
Jomo Cosmos 0-0 Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, Makhulong Stadium
Both sides failed to find the back of the net. With this match result Ezenkosi are still not safe from relegation and TTM must win their next final match to secure the play-offs spot.
Ajax Cape Town 1-2 Uthongathi, Athlone Stadium
Rodrick Kabwe opened the scoring for Urban Warriors. Sibusiso Magaqa levelled matters for the visitors. Menzi Ndwandwe netted a winner for Cane Cutters. With this match result Ajax Cape Town suffered a set back of their automatic ABSA Premiership promotion and also play-offs hopes. Uthongathi have now defeated Ajax Cape Town twice this season in National First Division.
Maccabi 3-0 Mbombela United, Dobsonville Stadium
Moreki Senwamadi, Collins Mbesuma and Modibedi Mokoena netted for Maccabi. With this match result, Maccabi secured their National First Division status and they ended Mbombela United play-offs hopes.
Richards Bay 3-1 University of Pretoria, Umhlathuze Sports Ground
Thabang Chuene opened the scoring for AmaTuks. Mpho Erasmus levelled matters for the host. The home side took the lead through Sandile Kubheka. Michael Gumede sealed the win for Natal Rich Boyz. Both sides have already secured their National First Division Status for next season.
Real King 3-0 Ubuntu Cape Town, Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium
Bongumusa Nkosi, Siyavuya Ndlovu and Luvuyo Phewa netted for Magic Boys. Both sides are not safe from relegation and their fate will be decided on the next last fixtures.
Cape Umoya United 0-3 Stellenbosch, University of Western Cape
Gregory Roelf, Abednigo Mosiatlhaga and Ashley Du Preez netted Stellies. With this match result, Stellenbosch have not yet secured the ABSA Premiership automatic promotion and other hand Cape Umoya United are yet safe from relegation. Both sides must win their next final matches.
TS Galaxy 0-2 TS Sporting, Kameelrivier Stadium
Thabo Moseki and Noko Malekane netted for Abantu Bemthetho. With this match result, TS Sporting secured their National First Division Status for next season.
Royal Eagles 3-0 Witbank Spurs, Chartsworth Stadium
Diego Brown, Levy Mashiane and Khanyiso Mayo netted for Eagles. With this match result, Royal Eagles are still in the race of ABSA Premiership automatic promotion and their fate will now decided on the last game against Ubuntu Cape Town who are also fighting for their survival in National First Division.
5 May 2019 is the D day for Stellebosch, Royal Eagles, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, Ajax Cape Town, Cape Umoya United, Jomo Cosmos, Real Kings and Ubuntu Cape Town.