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WITH the inaugural Sasol League season drawing to a close in a few weeks, the action is heating up throughout the country as teams look to challenge for honours, and the Limpopo province is not lagging behind.
Two wins on the weekend for Ma-Indies Ladies saw the team jump from third place to top spot in the province.
Ma-Indies romped to a 3-0 win over Botlokwa Ladies and then proceeded to thrash Tshandama Y Stars 4-0. Brazilian Ladies dropped to second spot on the log, despite beating King Stars 3-0. Stars boast the likes of Banyana Banyana striker Noko Matlou, who scored a brace on the day, as well as left back Lebogang Thobejane.
Still, Brazilian Ladies have a game in hand on Ma-Indies and are only two points adrift.
On the other hand, third-placed Mphahlele Ladies dropped two points when they drew 1-1 with Green Eagles, a result that leaves them three points off the top.
In Gauteng, Palace Super Falcons appear to be the untouchables of the province, thrashing Soweto Ladies 14-0 on Saturday.
With a game in hand, they are eight points clear of Croesus Ladies.
Last weekend also saw a dramatic 6-all thriller between third-placed Luso Ladies and Mamelodi Sundowns.