VODACOM NMMU Madibaz and Hearts regained their position at the top of the Pefa Premier League just a week after losing it.
Forresters, who went into the weekend at the top of the log on goal difference, lost 1-0 to Madibaz at their South campus on Friday.
Across at Londt Park, Callies sneaked home 3-2 against Central Acemates.
After a goalless draw, goals by Jonathan Hop Hing (2) and Cleavon Draai saw Callies cruising to an easy win.
However, with 15 minutes remaining, Acemates staged a fight-back and in the end were unlucky not to get a share of the points.
In the curtain-raiser Callies Reserves lost 2-1 to Acemates.
Warriors, who were tied with Forresters at the top of the log, drew 2-2 with Highbury.
Hearts joined Madibaz at the top of the log when they beat Motherwell Academy 1-0.
Results: Callies 3 Central Acemates 2, Vodacom NMMU Madibaz 1 Forresters 0, PE Homerovers 1 NMB Municipality 3, PE Defence 4 Kwadwesi All Stars 3, Highbury 2 Warriors 2, Motherwell Academy 0 Hearts 1.
THE Eastern Province Futsal team, which will be playing in the national tournament in Cape Town next week, is: Mahlakahlaka Zolani, Tom Simphiwe, Ngqoko sivuyile, Bontsa Buhle, Roman Kelly, Waven van Heerden, Lungisa Fiti, Imraan Daniels, Dyasi Lelethu, Mayo Khanyisile, Dikela Thobela, Ndarana Khanyiso.
Head coach: Thanduxolo Ntoni
Asst coach: Kelemani Mzikayise
Team manager: Neil Beintly
Referees: Justice van Heerden,
THE Eastern Cape women’s soccer team competing in a goodwill tournament in Lower Saxony, Germany won their first match against hosts TSV Eintracht 7-5. – Mogan Segadavan