Liphakoe boost promotion hopes
Liphakoe boosted their chance of a return to topflight football as they opened a nine-point lead over secondplaced Majantja last weekend.
The Quthing-based outfit registered their seventh straight win since the A Division Southern Stream started in September, beating Van Rooyen 2-0 at home.
In addition to winning all their matches, Liphakoe are yet to concede a goal and sit comfortably at the summit of the 10-team table with 21.
Liphakoe’s promotion ambitious were further boosted by Majantja’s insistent performance, who suffered a shock 1-3 loss to Fisters at home in Mohale’s Hoek.
Melele, relegated from the Premier League last season, are in third place on 13 points.
In the Northern Stream, Rovers remain at the top of the table with 20 points after nine matches.
The university team have a fourpoint advantage over second-placed Lithabaneng Golden.
Rovers played to a one-all draw away to CCX last Sunday, while Lithabaneng Golden collected all three points following a 2-1 win over Maseru Naughty Boys the same day.