MABABAL Young Stars have one hand firmly on the Nodefa VW Community Trust Premier League following their 2-1 win over Manchester Babes.
With three matches remaining, Stars have a nine-point lead and far superior goal-difference over Kabah United Brothers, who drew 2-2 with Manchester United.
At the bottom of the log Young Pirates, who lost 3-0 to Khayelitsha Stars, cannot avoid relegation even if they win their remaining matches.
In the First Division, Temptation pipped Highland Spurs by one point to clinch the title.
CALLIES made up for their 6-0 drubbing by Vodacom NMMU Madibaz last week when they thrashed Motherwell Academy 9-0 in a Pefa Premier League fixture played at Londt Park.
A brace each by Kurt Petersen and Jonathan Hop Hing and one each by Joshua Knipp and Zaahid Dolley saw Callies leading 6-0 at half time.
Motherwell were slightly better in the second half, conceding just three goals.
Peterson and Hop Hing completed their hat-tricks and Bernito Esau rounded up the rout.
In front of a good crowd at The Valley (Lawson Brown Sports Fields), joint log-leaders Hearts and Madibaz lost their positions at the top of the log when they drew 1-1.
Karabo Motlhabi put Madibaz 1-0 ahead when he pounced onto a rare mistake from the Hearts back four.
Hearts drew level when a cross by Oyama Zambodla deflected into the Madibaz net.
On Saturday, Forresters came from a goal down at the break to beat PE Homerovers 3-1 and become the new log-leaders.
Aphiwe Mngolombane scored for Rovers in the first half.
After substitute Jerry Mqweniso equalised for Forresters, Ihabo Jboz Mabona and Yaya Gadlela gave Forresters maximum points.
Results: Callies 9 Motherwell 0, Hearts 1 Vodacom NMMU Madibaz 1, NMB Municipality 1 KwaDwesi All Stars 2, Forresters 3 PE Homerovers 1, Warriors 4 PE Defence 2 and Central Acemates 1 Highbury 0. – Mogan Segadavan