Hwahwa stay on top

HARARE - Zifa Central Region division one league pacesetters Hwahwa consolidated their lead on top of the table despite being held to a one all draw by Garths Mine at the weekend.

Hwahwa are tied on 11 points with second placed Chrome Stars but they have a superior goal difference.

Chrome Stars maintained pressure on the log leaders after beating Vumbachikwe 1-0 in Kwekwe on Sunday.

In the World Navi Northern Region, log leaders Mushowani maintained their fine run after beating ZRP Morris 2-0.

Paul Chimalizeni’s charges are yet to taste defeat this season after eight weeks of action, and they have managed to collect 22 points from seven wins and one draw.

Mushowani found the back of the net trough Idilisa Kaponda in the first half and Zivanai Mhanda in the second half to maintain their one point lead ahead of second-placed Bindura United.

Bindura managed to maintain pressure on the leaders after beating Starbill 1-0.

Southern Region pacesetters Plumtree Chiefs stayed in pole position after beating former Premiership side Quelaton 2-0 at Nust on Saturday.

Results

Central Region: Chrome Stars 1 Vumbachikwe 0, Blanket Mine 2 Gweru City 0, Chomumvuri Pirates 2 FC Platinum Juniors 1, Garths Mine 1 Hwahwa 1, ZRP Beitbridge 3 MSU 0, Tongogara 2 Zvishavane Stars 0, Silo United 1 Nkayi United 1.

Northern Region:  Commando 1 Royal Classic 0, Blue Swallows 0 Karoi United 0,

Mushowani Stars 2 ZRP Morris 0, DC Academy 1 Ngezi Platinum 2, Black Mambas 0 Bindura United 1, Starbill 0 Twalumba 0, Lake Harvest 1 Seven Flames 0, Chegutu Pirates 0 Flame Lily 1, DStv Rangers 0 Gunners 1.

Southern Region: Ntabazinduna 2 Mpumalanga 1, Elephant FC Black Boots 2, Nust 2 Plumtree Chiefs 2.

Comments (1)

Why is there no Eastern Region report Mr. Editor?

A. Mbengeranwa - 28 May 2014

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