Kick4Life add to Sefotha-fotha woes

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Sefotha-fotha defender Karabo Makhetha,in red jersey, in ball possesssion

Moorosi Tsiane

IT never rains but pours for Sefotha-fotha after they lost their seventh consecutive Vodacom Premier League match of the season on Sunday.

The side was edged 1-0 by Kick4Life at Ratjomose Ground.

The Ha-Mabote outfit is yet to win this season and has managed just two draws. The side remains at the bottom of the 16-team league table with two points from nine matches.

Sanele Phantše was on target for Motebang Makhetha’s outfit. The win helped the side move one place up to seventh with 13 points.

On Saturday, the match between Lioli and LDF at Maputsoe DIFA Ground failed to produce goals. The draw saw Lioli leapfrogging LDF and LCS to second position with 17 points. LCS were not in action at the weekend and are now third with 17 points while LDF dropped to fourth spot with 17 points. The three sides are now separated by their goal aggregates.

In Morija on the same day, Lijabatho and Liphakoe also settled for a goalless draw. The result saw Liphakoe moving one step up to 11 with 10 points while Lijabatho remain fifth spot with 16 points.

Likhopo registered their first win since the resumption of the league beating struggling Lifofane 3-2 in Butha-Buthe. Thabiso Mari, Morapeli Lekhotso and Moqolisi Mothae helped Likhopo come from a goal down to register their first win of the season.

Lifofane’s goals came from Koena Molise and Khabele Mahotle.

The Red Army remained 13 with six points while Lifofane are second from the bottom with three points.

On Sunday, rookies CCX registered a 1-0 win over Swallows courtesy of a Mosehle Mosehle goal. CCX moved one step up to ninth with 12 points while Swallows remain third from the bottom with four points.

Manonyane and LMPS also shared the spoils after a one-all draw at Nyakosoba. Sello Sekike was on target for Manonyane while Monyatheli Ntobo scored for LMPS.

The result saw LMPS dropping one place to eighth with 12 points while Manonyane remain 12th with nine points.



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