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Winners Park's striker Ndumiso Mabena remains the National First Division's top goal scorer with nine strikes after 13 matches and with eight left.
Mabena's goals contributed to his club's total of 15 and to the inland stream's 120, while 144 were scored in the coastal stream.
Free State Stars duo of Diyo Sibisi and Sthembiso Ngcobo (then with Durban Stars) still hold the record for the highest number of goals in the NFD after they scored 19 goals each in the 2006-2007 season.
The 21-year-old Dennilton-born Mabena's appetite for goals has forced the technical team to move him from midfield to the strike force.
"I am confident of reaching the target of 19 strikes, despite the fact that I am a target now," said Mabena yesterday.
"What I need to do is to keep my current form and increase my pace.
"The more goals I score, the more I will enhance the team's chances for promotion to the elite league."
Hard on Mabena's heels with seven goals each are FC Cape Town's Emmanuel Emenike and Hanover Park's Houston Hills. Both clubs compete in the coastal stream.
African Warriors have scored 25 goals in the league but their joint goal scorers - Lebajoa Mphongoa and Thulane Maseko - have only managed four each.