Ntabazinduna take lead in Southern Region

HARARE - Ntabazinduna have taken over leadership of the Southern Region Division One League after beating Old Nic Mine 2-0 at the weekend.

Ntabazinduna took full advantage of former log leaders Plumtree Chiefs’s slump. Chiefs drew nil all with ZPC Hwange.

They now lead the log standing with 15 points, one point ahead of second-placed Chiefs.

In the World Navi Northern Region Soccer League, Mushowani recorded their first loss of the season at the hands of Karoi to surrender top position to Bindura United.

Bindura United beat Starbill 2-0 to open a two point lead above second-placed Mushowani.

Third-placed Gunners managed to maintain pressure on the leading pack after beating Blue Swallows 2-0 and are now four points behind log leaders Bindura in third place.

In the Eastern Region, Buffaloes Juniors remained on top after thumping ZRP Masvingo 4-0.

Chrome Stars are on top in the Central Region after beating Zvishavane Stars 1-0.

Northern Region: ZRP Morris 0 Flame Lilly 0, Karoi 3 Mushowani 1, Gunners 2 Blue Swallows 0, Royal Classic 0 DStv Rangers 2, Seven Flames 2 Commando 2, Twalumba 2 Lake Harvest 0, Bindura 2 Starbill 0, Ngezi Platinum 0 Black Mambas 0, DC Academy 2 Chegutu 0.

Central Region:  MSU 1 Vumbachikwe 0, Whawha 0  Tongogara 3, FC Platinum 4 Garths Mine 2, Silo united 3 Chomumvuri Pirates 0, Zvishavane Stars0 Chrome Stars 1, Gweru City 2ZRP 0, Nkayi United 0 Blanket Mine 3, Gweru City 1 Zvishavane 2.

Sourtherm Region: Technosphere 1 New West City 0, Elephant 0 Quelaton 0, Black Boots 4  Mpumalanga 0, Portlant Cement 0 Tsholotsho 3, ZPC Hwange 0 Plumtree Chiefs 0, Ntabazinduna 2 Old Nic Mine 0.

Eastern Region: Mutare City 2 Gaza Gunners 0, Ruwa United 0 Tenax 1, Mwenezana 1 Mutare Polytechnic 1, Masvingo United 3 Renco Mine 1, Eastern Stars1 Chihvu Stars 1, Buffaloes Juniors 4 ZRP Masvingo 0, Gutu 2 Surrey Abattoirs 1, Black Eagles 0 FC Three Leaves 4.

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