NFD weekend preview

The race for promotion places in the National First Division gets a little hotter this weekend, with seven games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.
 
Thanda pull clear of All Stars, Leopards
Two more crucial NFD games ahead
Important win for Milano
 
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Golden Arrows
Jomo Cosmos
Thanda Royal
Black Leopards
CT All Stars
Milano United
FC Cape Town
Royal Eagles
Santos
Vasco Da Gama
Baroka FC
Highlands Park
African Warriors
Witbank Spurs
Garankuwa Utd
Maluti FET
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SantosWitbank Spurs18 April, 14:00
Athlone Stadium
Vasco Da GamaJomo Cosmos18 April, 15:00
Parow Park
Maluti FETGolden Arrows18 April, 15:00
Charles Mopeli Stadium
 
Phumelele Bhengu (Thanda Royal)
Amigo Memela (Cape Town All Stars)
Charlton Mashumba (Jomo Cosmos)
Brice Lingwati (Jomo Cosmos)
Roggert Nyundu (Black Leopards)
Muhamad Patel (Cape Town All Stars)
Walter Maponyane (Royal Eagles)
Siphelele Ntshangase (Black Leopards)
Carl Lark (Santos)
Suhayl Allie (Santos)
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