Goals galore in Second Division

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United lead the table by a single point, but there are numerous other clubs with games in hand, like Mothupi Birds United, RNB, PUK Tawana and NW Shinning Stars, who are fighting for the all-important top two play-off berths.

In Limpopo, where there are just three teams in contention, Classic took a four point lead over Bilika All Stars following their 2-1 victory over Phalaborwa Real Rovers, and as Dolphins have a game in hand, anything can happen.

Jerry Sikhosana’s side, M Tigers, have almost clinched the Gauteng League after beating Yebo Yes 3-1, with the race for the runners-up spot possibly going to either Soweto Panthers or Highlands.

VUT were involved in 7-goal thriller with Galatasaray, but neither club has a chance of promotion.

With only two games to go in Mpumalanga, Barberton City Stars need just one victory to secure the title. The other three clubs still in the reckoning include Batau, Mighty Mega Force and Sekhukhuni Masters, who were all triumphant at the weekend.

Carara Kicks, who have been heading the Free State log for weeks, took a giant step towards glory when they thrashed Celtic Colts 4-0 away from home.

This province has five remaining games with Mafube United, Bloemfontein Young Tigers and Liverpool BTX all in good positions, although the latter lost 2-1 to Real Madrid.

In KwaZulu-Natal, Rangers are top with 60 points and have also scored 60 goals, but Island with the same number of points, have two games in hand. Third-placed Maritzburg City are four points behind Island.

African Wanderers, who once graced the PSL, and the famous Bush Bucks, NSL winners in 1985, are fifth and ninth, respectively.

Vasco da Gama looks all set for the title in the Western Cape after their nearest rivals, Baltic Rangers and Mr Price Parkhurst dropped vital points to lower opposition.

The Eastern Cape’s Bush Bucks require just two wins to wrap in their campaign, while Matatiele Professionals look to have secured their place in the May play-offs.