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Civics in solid lead
Tuesday, May 16, 2006

A late, but controversial goal by tricky striker William Chilufya gave Civics a 2-1 win over Tigers on Sunday to further increase their lead to a five-point difference against their closest rivals Ramblers.

Referee Frans Ochs ignored his assistant Ananias Kangandi, who lifted his flag as he picked up a clear offside, which led to Civics' second goal being awarded. Civics are on 46 points after their two wins over the weekend, with Ramblers chasing in second place with 41 points, while Blue Waters still remain in third with 35 points despite their 1-1 draw against African Stars on Saturday.

On Sunday, Tigers scored the opener through their skilful striker Letu 'Lua Lua' Shatimwene in the first half, but Civics responded through Chilufya to level the score in the second half.

The match was destined for a draw with at least two minutes to go until Ochs failed to apply the offside rule, despite Kangandi calling for it.

The result angered the Tigers supporters, with some threatening to beat up the referee and his assistant, but the men from Humphreys Security Division calmed the situation and no one was hurt.

Article by Corry Ihuhua

MTC Table, Season 2012/13
R TeamPldPts
1 Black Africa1840
2 African Stars1839
3 Orlando Pirates1830
4 Tigers1929
5 Ramblers1926
6 Civics1821
7 Blue Waters1821
8 Eleven Arrows1820
9 Tura Magic1820
10 SK Windhoek1819
11 Mighty Gunners1816
12 Rundu Chiefs1815
Complete Table ( FiFa.com )

Season 2012/13:

Round 18

April 13
Civics 1:1 Mighty Gunners
Blue Waters 1:1 Black Africa
SK Windhoek 1:3 Tigers
Rundu Chiefs 2:3 Eleven Arrows

April 12
African Stars 4:2 Tura Magic

April 10
Orlando Pirates 2:1 Ramblers

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