ROGER Katjiteo of Black Africa and Heinrich Kazerua of Ramblers are the leading goal scorers after Round 13 of the MTC Premiership with seven goals each.
Kazerua joined Katjiteo at the top after scoring a goal when the two sides met in Round 13 on January 30. Black Africa went on to win the match 2-1, but Katjiteo could not add to his tally as BA's goals were scored by Marco van Wyk and Tara Katupose.
SKW striker Petrus Naftalie moved up to second position on six goals after scoring from the penalty spot in SKW's 1-all draw against Rundu Chiefs on February 2.
Three players - Erwin Kaujende of Eleven Arrows, Harold Ochurub of Mighty Gunners and Panduleni Nekundi of Tigers - are joint third with five goals each.
Ochurub, who finished third on the Top Goalscorer's list last season with 10 goals, scored a brace in Gunners' 2-2 draw against Orlando Pirates on February 2 to move up to joint third place.
Seven players currently share fourth spot with four goals each.
Tigers striker Pineas Jacob scored a goal in their 3-0 victory against Tura Magic on February 1, to join Meraai Swartbooi and Bradley Wermann of African Stars, Eslin Kamuhanga of Black Africa and Petrus Shitembi of Rundu Chiefs, who has since joined Pretoria University in the South African Premier Soccer league. On Wednesday evening, Black Africa's Willy Stephanus and Jerome Louis also moved up to four goals after each scored a goal in Black Africa's 3-0 Round 14 victory against SKW.
Louis was last season's joint top goalscorer with 12 goals, along with Richard Kavendji of relegated Hotspurs.
A further 17 players are joint fifth with three goals each.
They are as follows: Riaan Cloete and Clarence Foroma (African Stars), Bryan Bantam (Black Africa), Admire Dzukamanja, Paulus Job and Gregory Auchumeb (Blue Waters), Sadney Urikhob (Civics), Heini Isaacks (formerly of Civics, now with Maritzburg United), Nicky Musambani and Gustav Isaack (Orlando Pirates), Amy Savihemba, Randall Goagoseb, Emilio Martin (Ramblers), Gella Kandjimi (Rundu Chiefs), Letu Shatimuene (Tigers), and Junias Theophilus and Neville Tjiueza (Tura Magic).