Former Swazi Trac Lubombo Super League side Ngcina FC look set to return to the country's football third tie, if their current form is anything to go by. The Mpolonjeni side have demonstrated high level of consistency to take the lead in the title race in the Thajo Investment Lubombo Eastern Zone A Division League . Despite dropping points in their double fixtures over the weekend, Ngcina  are still topping the table with 28 points. They played  a 1-1 draw against fellow title challengers Six to Six, and a goalless draw against City Rollers. Meanwhile Six to Six were dealt a severe blow in their title aspirations as they succumbed to a  2-1 defeat at  basement side Mpolonjeni United in their second fixture, meaning that they were able  collect one point out of a possible six. Ngcina and Six to Six have demonstrated serious title intent of late after they toppled the duo of Young Heroes and Real Madrid who were on top in the early stages of the campaign. Real Madrid are 3rd with 21 points and they are closely followed by Hot Chillies who are 4th with 19 points. Interestingly, Real Madrid beat Hot Chillies 3-2 to claim the 3rd spot in a thriling encounter played at Siphoso Sports Ground. Zero Cosmos beat City Rollers 2-0 while Tiger boys beat Lukhula Bayern 3-2 before they were held to a 1-all draw against Young Zebras. The league comprise of 14 teams who are competing for promotion to the Swazi Trac Lubombo Super League while the two bottom placed teams are relegated to the B Division.


Nisela FC remain on top of the table in Lubombo Southern Zone League despite playing a goalless draw against Gamula FC in their weekend fixture. As Nisela were held for the second consecutive week, second placed Richmond Aces failed to take advantage as they succumbed to a 4-0 defeat at the hands of rampaging Crookes United. According to the latest log standings,  Nisela are sitting at the summit with 34 points in 15 games while Richmond are second with 31 points. Occupying the 3rd spot is Crookes with 29 points, Liverpool complete the top four with 28 points. The latter played a 1-all draw agsinst Manyovu FC. Young Stars recorded the biggest scoreline as they massacred Black Aces 9-1 while basement side, Asbestors hold Matata 1-1. Asbestors remain at the bottom with eight points while Matata are 13th with 11 points. Other results of the weekend saw Phafeni beating Juluka 2-1 while Ubombo United beat Future Stars 4-2. Manzamnyama and  Luvatsi drew 2-2. The zone covers places from Big bend and surroundings, and is played under the auspices of Lubombo Regional Football Association  (LRFA).  



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