First division south battle goes to the wire

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The First Division South League title race is set for a photo-finish after top contenders, Wonder Sporting and Jwaneng Comets won their weekend games.

Wonder visited Killer Giants in Ramotswa on Saturday and emerged victorious courtesy of a solitary strike by former Santos and Police XI marksman, Farisai Nyamunawendo late in the second half.The win saw them maintain their two point lead before their final game against Masitaoka on Saturday in Gaborone.In Jwaneng,fellow title contenders Comets beat Young Strikers 2-0.

The former Premiership outfit scored two first half goals through Lebogang Khubamang to maintain pressure on Wonder. Kick-off was delayed by over an hour after the match officials arrived late. Wonder's assistant coach, Summer Ncube said the win was a boost to their chances of booking an automatic place in the be MOBILE Premier League. "It was a very tricky game for us, but we managed to avoid conceding and got our only goal late in the second half.

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