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Date Competition
DJomo CosmosCOS0-0TS Sportingnull 2 Sep, 2018 South African First Division
WTS Sportingnull1-0Royal EaglesROY 25 Aug, 2018 South African First Division
LMaccabi FC3-1TS Sportingnull 18 Aug, 2018 South African First Division

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Last Five Games Date Competition
WAjax Cape TownACT1-0Stellenbosch FCSTE 1 Sep, 2018 South African First Division
DCape Umoya United0-0Ajax Cape TownACT 28 Aug, 2018 South African First Division
WJomo CosmosCOS1-2Ajax Cape TownACT 19 Aug, 2018 South African First Division
LAjax Cape TownACT1-2Kaizer ChiefsKAI 12 May, 2018 South African Premiership
LMamelodi SundownsMSFC3-1Ajax Cape TownACT 28 Apr, 2018 South African Premiership

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National First Division News

  • Zambia cruise past Lesotho

    Zambia defeated Lesotho 2-0 in the final game of matchday 2 at the 2018 COSAFA Women's Cup tie at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, goals from Misozi Zulu and Barbra Banda securing the points.

  • Mighty Warriors win their first game

    Zimbabwe dominated Namibia in their 2018 COSAFA Women's Cup tie at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, but the Mighty Warriors scored only a scrappy goal in the 17th minute.

  • Indomitable Lionesses way too good

    Cameroon routed Mozambique 8-1 in their 2018 COSAFA Women's Cup tie at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, with Mpeh Bissong Christiane scoring a hat-trick.

  • Uganda edge seven-goal thriller

    Uganda led 3-0 at half-time of the COSAFA Women's Cup Group C opener at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, but Eswatini came roaring back in the second stanza.

  • Winning start for Botswana's Mares

    Botswana won the opening game of the 2018 COSAFA Women's Cup at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, defeating Malawi 2-0 with Lesego Keleboge and Lesego Radiakanyo on target for the Mares.

  • Banyana up and running despite red card

    South Africa defeated Madagascar 2-1 in the opening game of their COSAFA Women's Cup title defence at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, but they had Thato Letsoso sent off after receiving a second yellow card.