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‘SIKHALI’ BEATS SADC TOP SCORERS

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MBABANE - Sihlangu and Green Mamba’s Sabelo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzinisa’s goal tally is unmatched by most scorers in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region.

The pride of Eswatini has notched an impressive 19 goals. The Eswatini MTN League is currently in its 24th week, with only two games remaining before the season concludes. Green Mamba currently occupy the second spot in the league standings with 44 points from 24 games, trailing log leaders Mbabane Swallows by five points. Taking the runner-up position in the region is Botswana, where the league leader Thabang Sesinyi, who plays for Jwaneng Galaxy, is raising the country’s flag high. Sesinyi has displayed his goal-scoring prowess with 15 goals in the ongoing 16-team league, which is now in its 23rd week.

Galaxy are firmly leading the pack in the Botswana Premier League, sitting comfortably at the top with 59 points after 23 games. It is worth noting that Eswatini’s own Mxolisi Mkhonta joined Galaxy during the January window period. Furthermore, another Eswatini player, Banele ‘Stiga’ Ndzabandzaba, is showcasing his talent for Police XI in Botswana. In the third position on the SADC scorers chart is Dstv Premiership’s Stellenbosch striker Iqraam Rayners, who has impressively netted 14 goals in 26 games.Stellenbosch are currently second in the lucrative league, amassing 49 points and trailing the uncrowned champions Mamelodi Sundowns by 13 points. Another Eswatini talent, Justice Figuareido, plies his trade in the same league, playing for Richards Bay and has scored two goals so far for the ‘Natal Rich Boys’.

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Lesotho sit on the fourth position, well-represented by Bantu FC’s Litsepe Marabe, who has recorded 13 goals. The 16-team league in Lesotho has reached its 28th  week, with three more games left before the season wraps up. Bantu currently occupy the third spot with 56 points. Rounding up the top five is Zambia, with Power Dynamos striker Andy Boyeli showcasing his skills with 11 goals in the 18-team league, now in its 30th  week. Dynamos sit firmly in the third spot with 48 points after 30 games.Zimbabwe and Mozambique, on the other hand, are at different stages of their leagues, currently in the 10th  and third week respectively. As a result, they were not included in these statistics.

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