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07/04  ACES  0   JDR Stars   1
21/04  ACES  1   M Tigers  3
25/04  All Stars  1    ACES  1
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Pos Team P W D Pts
1 Dondol Stars 30 20 6 66
2 JDR Stars FC 30 18 10 64
3 Baberwa FC 30 17 10 61
4 Dube Continental 30 17 3 54
15 ACES 30 8 1 25
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Pos Player Tot
1 Adolf 0 1 1
2 Ntanga 0 1 1
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2013: Promotion Playoff Winners – Promoted to PSL
2009: National 1st Division Runners-up
2008: Nedbank Cup finalists
1993: Bobsave Super Bowl Champions
1993: BP top 8 finalists
1983: Mainstay Cup finalists
1980: BP Top 8 Champions

2008 Nedbank Cup Finalists

After 15 years of tasting Cup Glory, Black Aces were in with a chances again on 24th May 2008 against Mamelodi Sundowns. A goal in the dying moments of the game is all that separated the two teams in what was an entertaining piece of footballing history. Black Aces were the first NFD side to make it to the finals against the giants from Pretoria. Aces won a lot of friends with their performance, in which they matched their Premier Soccer League big brothers every inch of the way in a hard to call cup final.

1993 BOB Save Super Bowl Victory

It was only after Johnny Ferreira took the coaching post in the early 1990s that things began to change for the Ama Zayoni. He turned the squad from an average side into a winning combination, and inspired them to an unexpected 1-0 victory over Kaizer Chiefs in the money-spinning 1993 Bob Save Super Bowl, thanks to an injury time free kick by Richard Peer.

 “The guys did well, it wasn’t a brilliant team but we worked hard,” says Ferreira. “It was as a result of a bit of luck and smart thinking that we got to the final. We actually lost to Manning Rangers in the semis, but they had a goalkeeper from Liberia who had played under a different name. Irvin Khoza, who knew everything and still does, told me about the illegally registered player.”