NFD leaders swap positions, again

A late equalizer from Santos against Golden Arrows means its Jomo Cosmos who go back to the top of the NFD standings after the dust had settled on an intriguing afternoon’s action.
 
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Top two drop points
All Stars win again
 
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Baroka FC
FC Cape Town
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Witbank Spurs
Highlands Park
African Warriors
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Maluti FETCT All Stars5 March, 15:30
Charles Mopeli Stadium
FC Cape TownWitbank Spurs7 March, 14:00
NNK Rugby Stadium
Black LeopardsVasco Da Gama7 March, 15:30
Thohoyandou Stadium
 
Phumelele Bhengu (Thanda Royal)
Charlton Mashumba (Jomo Cosmos)
Siphelele Ntshangase (Black Leopards)
Brice Aka (Jomo Cosmos)
Walter Maponyane (Royal Eagles)
Tebogo Masaole (Golden Arrows)
Brent Adonis (Milano United AFC)
Muhamad Patel (Cape Town All Stars)
Suhayl Allie (Santos)
Amigo Memela (Cape Town All Stars)
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