NFD weekend wrap

A competitive weekend of National First Division (NFD) action saw only three victories from the eight matches played.
 
Highlands Park secure maiden NFD win
Milano on song in Philippi
Last gasp Baroka goal denies All Stars three points
 
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FC Cape Town
Milano United
Vasco Da Gama
Garankuwa Utd
Baroka FC
Golden Arrows
Witbank Spurs
Santos
Highlands Park
Thanda Royal
Royal Eagles
Black Leopards
African Warriors
CT All Stars
Jomo Cosmos
Maluti FET
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SantosRoyal Eagles19 September, 19:30
Athlone Stadium
Garankuwa UtdMilano United19 September, 19:30
Pilditch Stadium
Jomo CosmosFC Cape Town20 September, 15:00
TBA
 
Brent Adonis (Milano United AFC)
Gift Motupa (Baroka FC)
Thembinkosi Lorch (Maluti FET College)
Siphelele Ntshangase (Black Leopards)
Brice Aka (Jomo Cosmos)
Malefestsane Rankati (Maluti FET College)
Mzondi Mthombeni (Garankuwa United)
Thulasizwe Mbuyane (Royal Eagles)
Conrad Madolo (Garankuwa United)
Lerato Mofokeng (African Warriors)
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