Bantu fi­nally off the mark

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and Mphat­lalat­sane in Quthing failed to pro­duce any goals and both teams re­main win­less three matches into the sea­son.

Also on Sun­day, Likhopo and LDF played to a goal­less draw at Ratjo­mose, en­sur­ing Sha­lane Le­hohla re­mains un­beaten since tak­ing over as new coach of the Red Army.on Satur­day, Li­oli made it three wins out of three matches with a hard­fought 1-0 win over the re­vi­talised LMPS at Po­lice Train­ing Col­lege.

Jerry Kamele scored the soli­tary goal of the match, tak­ing Li­oli’s un­beaten league run to 21 matches. Tse Nala have not been beaten since los­ing 2-0 to Mat­lama on 19 Oc­to­ber 2014.

Rovers also con­tin­ued with their im­pres­sive run since re­turn­ing to topflight football, with a 1-0 win over Kick­4life at NUL Ground on Satur­day. For­mer Linare midfielder Let­soko Le­boela scored the only goal of the tie to take the Dy­na­mites to third place on the premier league ta­ble.

Re­cently ap­pointed LCS new coach, Mpitsa Marai, also man­aged to bag his first three points of the sea­son af­ter the cor­rec­tional ser­vice out­fit edged Linare 1-0 at LCS Ground.

Tse Tala are with­out a win from their open­ing three matches of the cam­paign and an­chor the ta­ble, although it might be early days yet to press the panic but­ton. Bantu claimed their first three points of the 2015/16 Vo­da­com Premier League sea­son with a 2-0 win over Lik­ila united on Sun­day.

This was the first win for new coach Katiso Mo­jakhomo af­ter the 2013/14 league cham­pi­ons lost their open­ing match 2-0 ver­sus LMPS be­fore draw­ing the sec­ond 1-1 against army side LDF.

How­ever, A Matšo Mate­bele fi­nally came good at LCS Ground this time around through goals by Litšepe Marabe and Nzenze nkulu.

Marabe, who won the league’s top-scorer award last sea­son, al­ready has two goals in the new cam­paign.

Another gi­ant of do­mes­tic football, Mat­lama, were also im­pres­sive on Sun­day, beat­ing Sun­dawana 3-1 at Set­soto Sta­dium to move into sec­ond po­si­tion just two points be­hind log lead­ers Li­oli, who have on all their three matches and are on six points.

This was the sec­ond suc­ces­sive win for Tse Put­soa who started the cam­paign with a dis­ap­point­ing goal­less draw against Rovers. Mote­bang Sera net­ted a brace while Jane Tha­ban­tšo the other scorer to make it two goals in as many matches for Moses Maliehe’s Sea Point-based charges. The match be­tween Liphakoe

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LMPS striker Tanki Makhele is closely marked by Li­oli de­fender Bokang Sello in a premier league match played at PTC Ground last month.

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