Tigers got back to winning ways when they beat Golden Bees 3-2 at the SKW Stadium on Sunday.
Tigers took the lead just before halftime when Ace Komeya launched a quick counter attack down the left and whipped the ball into the box for Edward Asino to chip the ball over Clement Nangombe in Beesâ?? goals.
A last minute try by Christo Steenkamp saw United come from behind to beat Wanderers 21-18 in their annual derby at the Wanderers field on Saturday.
Wanderers had seemed to secure victory when flanker Wolfie Duvenhage barged over for a try from a lineout, with only three minutes remaining, but United refused to surrender and immediately attacked from the kickoff. They took play into Wanderersâ?? quarter, and when they won second phase possession and spun the ball down the backline, centre Steenkamp cut through Wanderersâ?? defence to dive over under the posts.
Ramblers scored a comfortable 2-0 victory against Golden Bees at their home ground on Saturday.
Ramblers dominated possession and could have won by a much bigger margin had they taken their chances.
Oshakati City continued their hot away form when they beat Tigers 2-1 at the SKW Stadium on Saturday.
In a fast-paced match of quick counter-attacks, both sides had numerous scoring opportunities, but Oshakati ultimately made better use of theirs.
Civics beat Black Africa 2-0 on Friday night to move three points clear at the top of the log.
In a match that could have gone either way, Civics took their chances, while BA did not.
BA in fact had a golden opportunity to open the scoring when they were awarded a penalty in the 15th minute when Civics captain Amos Shiyuka handled in the box. BAâ??s young striker Jerome Louis, however, folded under the pressure with a weak shot that was comfortably saved by Sitali Mulife.