Jordan Haimbili of Blue Boys has jumped to the top of the goal scorers chart with six goals from 11 matches.
Despite being in a team struggling in the relegation zone, the striker has been in prolific form to go two goals clear of the chasing pack.
Haimbili scored in Blue Boys’ last two matches - in their 4-2 defeat to Black Africa on December 4 and in another 4-2 defeat against African Stars a week later.
Haimbili has shown a real striker’s instinct for goals and on current form it should not be long before he is snapped up by one of the bigger clubs in the Premier League.
Nine other players share second spot on four goals each. Black Africa striker Jerome Louis moved up to four goals after scoring a brace in their 4-2 win against Blue Boys, while his team mate Marco van Wyk joined him on four with another brace in their 3-2 defeat to Blue Waters on December 11.
Tigers strikers Kenny Malgas and Pineas Jacob moved up to four goals each after scoring two and one goal respectively in Tigers’ 5-1 victory against Oshakati City on December 11.
They are joined by Orlando Pirates striker Ronaldo Tsowaseb who scored a brace in Pirates’ 3-2 victory against Ramblers on December 10.
The other players on four goals are Wycliffe Kambonde of Blue Waters, Alfred Ndyenge of SKW, Muna Katupose of Eleven Arrows and Harold Ochurub of Mighty Gunners.
The complete top goal scorers list is attached.
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