CLUBS in the SAB League of Chris Hani Safa continued with their games this weekend despite intermittent rain.
Competition was fierce with Love n Peace’s prospects of playing in the SAB League dwindling.
Love n Peace lost on Sunday, going down 2-1 to Mighty Cosmos in Sterkstroom while Mighty Bucs defeated former league winners Holy Kings 3-2 in Molteno. MK Academy got the better of Difra Stars in Sada 1-0. There is still no definite winner of this season.
Current league leaders Amathole drew to a goalless match on Saturday in Sada.
Amavarara, a Cacadu (formerly Lady Frere) team that has since moved to Ezibeleni, thrashed Young Stars 6-0 in Dordrecht on Sunday.
Amavarara plays in stream A, which has teams from areas such as Engcobo and Elliot. Amavarara is in the top position in its group with nine matches after 23 games, seven points ahead of the runner up.
In stream B, Amathole is in the lead with 21 points in 10 games and Valgas second with 19 points in nine games.
MK Academy has 15 points after 10 games followed by Difra Stars in fourth place with 14 points in nine games and Holy Kings, also with 14 points in 10 games. Mighty Cosmos has played nine games and managed to score 11 points, Mighty Bucs has nine points in nine games while Love n Peace face relegation with only five points in 10 games.
Amavarara will play Amakhuze Royals in Cofimvaba tomorrow at 1pm. In group B, Holy Kings face Valgas in Ezibeleni at 3pm while Difra will face Mighty Bucs in Molteno at 3pm. Love n Peace will play MK Academy in Sterkstroom on Sunday 1pm and Mighty Cosmos will face league leaders Amathole in Sterkstroom at 3pm.