PSL wrap: Richards Bay held to draw at home by Sekhukhune United

In an exciting DStv Premiership encounter on Wednesday, Richards Bay and Sekhukhune United battled to a 1-1 draw.

Sekhukhune United took the lead in the 43rd minute when Jamie Webber’s precise strike found the back of the net.

The second half saw Richards Bay intensify their efforts to level the score. Their perseverance paid off in the 70th minute when Letsie Koapeng capitalised on a defensive lapse, slotting home the equaliser.

Despite a spirited performance from both sides, the final whistle blew with the score locked at 1-1. Richards Bay, despite being the better team overall, was unfortunate to miss out on a victory that their performance arguably deserved.

Swallows storm to comfortable win against Cape Town Spurs

Swallows dominated the field in an impressive display, securing a comfortable victory against Cape Town Spurs.

Tshegofatso Mabasa wasted no time in making an impact, finding the net in the 3rd minute to give Swallows an early lead. He continued his goal-scoring spree just 5 minutes later, completing his brace and extending the hosts’ advantage to 2-0.

Cape Town Spurs managed to pull one back in the 24th minute through Therlo Moosa, injecting a glimmer of hope into the contest. However, Swallows remained resolute, and just before the halftime whistle, Gabadinho Mhango’s strike secured a third goal, effectively sealing the victory.

With a final score of 3-1, Swallows showcased their prowess and ability to control the game, leaving Cape Town Spurs struggling to match their intensity.

AmaZulu edge past TS Galaxy

AmaZulu secured a hard-fought victory against TS Galaxy in a closely contested match at Moses Mabhida Stadium. The solitary goal of the game came in the 65th minute, as Augustine Kwem found the net, clinching all three points for the home team.

The win marked AmaZulu’s first triumph of the league campaign, providing a boost of confidence to the squad and fans alike.

Royal AM beat Chippa United in five-goal slugfest

Fans were treated to a goal-filled spectacle as Royal AM clashed with Chippa United, with Royal AM emerging victorious in a thrilling five-goal encounter.

Chippa United drew first blood in the 24th minute, with Craig Martin breaking the deadlock. However, Royal AM swiftly responded, as Mfundo Thikazi leveled the score 10 minutes later, making it 1-1 at halftime.

The second half saw Royal AM take the lead when Ruzaigh Gamildien found the back of the net early on. Justice Chabalala had other plans, equalising for Chippa United just four minutes later.

With the score balanced at 2-2, the match could have gone either way. However, it was Lesego Manganyi who emerged as the hero, netting the winning goal in the 66th minute.