Swallows FC have managed to retain their DStv premiership status after surviving promotional/relegation playoffs.
The Dube Birds finished their DStv premiership 2021/22 season in 15th place and the club had to gp and play playoffs.
After facing a number of obstacles in the playoffs the Dube birds finally managed to overcome University of Pretoria to retain their top flight status.
Swallows defeated Tuks on Wednesday afternoon by a single goal by a former Kaizer Chief defender Yagan Sasman.
Tuks missed the golden opportunity to get promotion to the top flight after losing this afternoon.
The Tshwane based side only needed a draw to get promotion to the top flight.
Swallows needed a win to retain their top flight status and the Soweto based side did not disappoint as they delivered.
Richards Bay are the only Glad Africa Championship side that were promoted to the top flight after the Natal Rich boys gained automatical promotion.
Source: IDiski Times
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