LMPS end los­ing streak

Lesotho Times - - Sport - Mikia Kalati

LMPS regis­tered their sec­ond vic­tory in 12 Vodacom Premier League matches on Sun­day, beat­ing Sun­dawana 2-1 at PTC Ground to end a for­get­table run of form.

The win moved the po­lice out­fit one place up the 14-team ta­ble, with just one match to go be­fore the end of the first round of the 2014/15 foot­ball sea­son.

The week­end re­sults also saw Qoal­ing High­landers sink to the bot­tom of the ta­ble de­spite a oneall draw against third-placed army side LDF in Qoal­ing on Satur­day.

The pre­vi­ous day, High­landers had sus­pended head-coach Wright Mo­foka, for the team’s poor re­sults.

Mo­foka led High­landers to nu­mer­ous tro­phies in the A Di­vi­sion be­fore guid­ing the Qoal­ing-based side to topflight foot­ball three sea­sons ago.

How­ever, the team has strug­gled to cope with the rigours of topflight foot­ball this sea­son, lead­ing to Mo­foka’s sus­pen­sion.

Mean­while, Li­oli cruised to a 2-1 win over Kick­4Life at old europa on Satur­day to main­tain pole po­si­tion on the ta­ble, with 28 points from 11 matches.

Li­oli are still two games be­hind most of the teams and are set to end the first round fix­tures safely atop the log, as sec­ond-placed Bantu have al­ready com­pleted their first round fix­tures and ac­cu­mu­lated 27 points.

Tšepo Lekhooana and Ba­sia Makepe were on tar­get to hand Li­oli their ninth win of the cam­paign.

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