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Bay United have only themselves to blame for not sharing the points in their final match in the PSL at the EPRU Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
United, who have been relegated to the National First Division, lost 1-0 to 10-man Lamontville Golden Arrows.
Philani Shange was sent off midway through the first half after a second booking.
With the home side dominating the game Cyril Nzama needlessly conceded a corner in the 33rd minute.
Richard Heneyekane scored directly from the corner when United keeper Sheldon Baatjies dropped the ball over the goal line. The keeper was injured in the process and was taken to hospital with a dislocated finger.
United continued to dominate the match but faltered in the final third. In the second half Arrows packed their defence and for long periods substitute keeper Arthur Baartman was the only United player in his half.
According to unconfirmed reports Bay United could be relocating to Cape Town next season. - Sapa