HOLY Kings suffered a humiliating defeat at their home ground on Saturday at the hands of Valgas, a team that stands a good chance of winning the league if they are victorious in all their remaining four games of the season.
Valgas took Kings to the cleaners with a 2-0 win on Saturday at Ezibeleni Stadium.
Mighty Bucs were silenced 3-0 by Difra Stars in Molteno on Saturday and Love n Peace drew 2-2 with MK Academy in Sterkstroom after losing three consecutive matches. Also playing in Sterkstroom, Amathole drew in a goalless match with Mighty Cosmos.
Amathole and Valgas both have 22 points with Amathole having played 11 games while Valgas have played 10.
Amathole remain number one on the log by virtue of a goal difference of nine against that of Valgas’ seven. If Valgas win the remaining four matches they could end up with 34 points while Amathole would end with 31 if they wins their remaining three games.
Difra Stars are on No. 3 with 17 points in 10 games, MK Academy follow on 15 points in 10 games and Holy Kings are fifth after playing 11 games and scoring 14 points.
Mighty Cosmos are sixth with 12 points followed by Mighty Bucs with nine points. Both have played 10 games. Love n Peace are last on the log and facing relegation with only six points in 11 games.
Amavarara, playing and leading in group B of the league, thrashed Amakhuze Royals in Cofimvaba on Saturday by 5-1. Amavarara remain leaders of that group with 26 points in 10 games.
There is a nine point difference between Amavarara and the runners-up, Young Stars.
This weekend Holy Kings play Difra Stars in Ezibeleni while Amathole take on MK Academy in Sada on Saturday.
Mighty Bucs will face Love n Peace in Molteno at 3pm while Valgas will be at home when they face Mighty Cosmos at the Dumpy Adams at 3pm. Both matches are on Sunday. Group B log leaders Amavarara meet Mafez in Dordrecht on Sunday.