Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies continued their winning streak this past weekend as they edged out Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies 1-0 in the SAFA Women’s National League.
The clash took place on Saturday at Dr Molemela Stadium in Bloemfontein.
This was their seventh victory in as many matches and they lead the log table with 21 points.
Breathing down their necks are Tshwane University of Technology (TUT-PTA) who are two points adrift.
Both Sundowns and TUT are yet to lose since the start of the league.
TUT handed the struggling Durban Ladies their fifth defeat of the season with a 3-2 win also on Saturday at the TUT Main Stadium in Pretoria.
Durban Ladies have registered only one win with the other match drawn since the start of the campaign.
Limpopo’s First Touch Academy, captained by Banyana Banyana’s Noko Matlou, had no problems against Thunderbirds at the Jan Smuts Stadium in East London, winning 2-0.
First Touch is now in third place with 14 points after four wins, two draws and a loss.
The biggest winners this past weekend was fourth-placed Coal City Wizards who gave hosts Tsunami Queens a 5-0 drubbing.
The fixture was played on Sunday at Bohlokong Stadium in Bethlehem.
The action will continue this coming weekend on Saturday with all the Week 8 matches played on one day only.
Thunderbirds 0-2 First Touch
Bloem Celtic 0-1 Sundowns
Richmond Ladies 0-1 Golden Ladies
TUT 3-2 Durban Ladies
UJ 0-2 UWC
Tsunami Queens 0-5 City Coal Wizards