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Carara Kicks are convinced they are on track to challenge for the First Division title after demolishing Durban Stars 3-0 in Welkom Stadium at the weekend.
It was the fourth-placed Kicks' first win after going down 3-2 to log leaders FC Cape Town in their opening match of the Coastal Stream two weeks ago.
Scorers were Namibian international Steven Pienaar, former Bidvest Wits player Leonard Xaba and Amajita striker Nkane Zwane.
Basil Mohalane, Kicks' general manager, said: "It was a well deserved victory and will encourage us to go all the way in our quest to gain promotion."
"The victory was also good for our supporters. We all know that the more a club wins their games, the more supporters they will have."
FC Cape Town continued their winning streak with a 2-1 win over neighbours Vasco da Gama at Parow Park in Cape Town.
Meanwhile, bitter rivals Kicks and Warriors are involved in a dispute over Zambian international defender Clive Hachilensa.
The matter was heard by the PSL's Dispute Resolution Chamber in Parktown last week and has been postponed indefinitely.
Hachilensa joined Kicks last month, but Warriors are arguing that he had already signed a pre-contract with them before going to the First Division newcomers.
Moving to the Inland Stream, Black Leopards shot to the top of the log after beating Witbank Spurs 2-1 at Thohoyandou on Saturday.
Lidoda Duvha are now topping the table with four points from two games, level on points with Pretoria University, Winners Park and Jomo Cosmos.