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SA SOCCER NEWS
Avendale Go Top In Coastal Stream 25/11/03
The coastal region enjoyed plenty of soccer action this past weekend as seven games were played between Friday and Sunday, while eight games took place in the Inland stream as the clubs fought for promotion to the Castle Premiership.

On Friday evening three coastal stream games took place. Maritzburg United collected maximum points with a 2-1 win over African Wanderers in Northdale while Park United were held to a goal less draw by Rainbow Stars and FC Fortune gained a valuable point away at rivals Vasco Da Gama.

Premier United moved up to fourth position on the log with a 3-1 win over Durban Stars on Saturday in Newcastle. Uthukela were held to a 1-1 draw by Basoth Tigers who came all the way from Kimberley to salvage a point and are now level on the league with Uthukela.

Blackburn Rovers were the only home team to lose a home game and they went down 1-0 to Avendale Athletico from Cape Town. Rovers have six points from six games while Avendale now lead the division with 13 points out of a possible 18.

On Saturday five Inland stream games were played and on Sunday the derby between Bloemfontein Celtic and Bloefontein Young Tigers provided the only game of the MTN first division.

Celtic beat Tigers 2-0 at the Seisa Ramabodu Stadium.

Tigers are still in second place despite while Phunye Sele Sele move up to third position.

City Sharks lost to Dangerous Darkies 1-0 who moved to seventh spot.

FC Sporting moved to ninth place with nine points when they beat Alexandra United 1-0.

Peoples Bank Spurs versus Ledwaba Power Stars and All Nations versus Free State Stars games were postponed due to the heavy downpour experienced in Gauteng on Saturday.

Welkom Stars and Winners Park were held to 0-0 draws in their backyards by Classic and Sporting respectively.

The second win of the day went to Pietersburg Pillars who beat Mabopane Young Masters at their home turf, the Odi Stadium, 2-0.

Pillars are now sixth on the Inland log while All Nations and Bloem's Tigers are on 16 points each.

All Nations have a superior goal scoring average and lead the pack through this technicality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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