NFD: Saturday match wrap

Baroka FC moved back to the top of the table, while there were victories for the clubs occupying the relegation zone as well.
 
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Cape Town All Stars confirm Nengomasha signing
NFD: Run in for the relegation battlers
 
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Highlands
Royal Eagles
Mbombela
Witbank Spurs
Milano United
CT All Stars
Black Leopards
AmaZulu
FC Cape Town
Vasco Da Gama
Mthatha Bucks
Santos
Thanda Royal
Swallows
African Warriors
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Witbank SpursThanda Royal1 May, 15:00
Puma Rugby Stadium
FC Cape TownHighlands1 May, 15:00
NNK Rugby Stadium
Baroka FCThanda Royal4 May, 15:00
Old Peter Mokaba Stadium
 
Thabiso Kutumela (Baroka FC)
Cleopas Dube (Witbank Spurs)
Siyanda Ngubo (Royal Eagles)
Katlego Mphela (Royal Eagles)
Siyabonga Nomvethe (AmaZulu)
Jemaine Christian (Highlands Park)
Siphiwe Gwala (FC Cape Town)
Nkosinathi Ndlovu (Baroka FC)
Roggert Nyundu (Black Leopards)
Suhayl Allie (Santos)
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The restructured NFD is divided into two streams, one inland and another coastal - each of which consists of 8 teams. The winners of the two streams will play against each other in a 'final' at the end of the season - the victor of which will be promoted to the PSL.