HIGHBURY Ladies cemented their top position in the Safa Nelson Mandela Bay Womenâ€™s Regional League Stream A log table after winning their double header at the weekend.
The high-flying Highbury Ladies registered an emphatic 8-1 win when they played against PE United Ladies at Stinging Bees Grounds in their first game.
When they played on their home turf, which is Bridgemeade, Highbury did not show any mercy when they outplayed Shatterprufe 5-0.
In another game, the African Chiefs accumulated three maximum points when they overcame Warriors 5-2 at Thembani Stadium in Uitenhage.
The brave Hearts lasses played their hearts out in their comprehensive 4-1 victory over Vuku Wanderers at Lawson Brown High School Grounds.
The Motherwell side, Tomorrow Stars, who had not yet claimed any victory or draws so far this season, went down 2-0 to Vuku Wanderers at Stinging Bees Grounds.
In the Stream B League, Zwide All Stars collected six points in their double header.
They gave the hapless Walmer Ladies a hiding of 2-0 in their first game that was played at Zwide Stadium.
In their second game, All Stars devastated the newcomers, Rainbow Stars, 3-0 in their away game that took place at the Dower College Campus Grounds.