NFD weekend wrap

The National First Divisionís top two sides, Jomo Cosmos and Golden Arrows, both finished the year in winning form to cement their places at NFD summit
 
Eagles crash in Polokwane
Good day for KZN NFD clubs
More derby joy for Peoplesí Team
 
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Golden Arrows
Milano United
Thanda Royal
Santos
Baroka FC
CT All Stars
Vasco Da Gama
FC Cape Town
Royal Eagles
Black Leopards
Witbank Spurs
Highlands Park
African Warriors
Garankuwa Utd
Maluti FET
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Black LeopardsJomo Cosmos11 February, 15:30
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FC Cape TownAfrican Warriors11 February, 15:30
NNK Rugby Stadium
Thanda RoyalBaroka FC11 February, 15:30
Umhlathuze Sports Complex
 
Phumelele Bhengu (Thanda Royal)
Charlton Mashumba (Jomo Cosmos)
Siphelele Ntshangase (Black Leopards)
Brice Aka (Jomo Cosmos)
Tebogo Masaole (Golden Arrows)
Brent Adonis (Milano United AFC)
Suhayl Allie (Santos)
Gift Motupa (Baroka FC)
Nkanyiso Madonsela (Jomo Cosmos)
Lerato Mosopa (Highlands Park)
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