Buffaloes Junior still on top

HARARE - Buffaloes Junior stayed on top of the Eastern Region Division One league after walloping Black Eagle 4-0 over the weekend.

The Mutare side now lead the log standing with 21 points, one point ahead of second-placed Tenax, who beat Mwenezana 4-1 to maintain pressure on the log leaders.

Buffaloes started their season on a positive note, winning seven games and losing two from nine games played so far.

In the Zifa Central Region, Chrome Stars continued with their fine start to the season after beating MSU 3-0.

Chrome Stars is yet to taste defeat this campaign after seven weeks of action and lead the log standing with 17 points three points ahead of Tongogara, who have a game in hand.

Ntabazintuna also maintained their stranglehold on pole position in the Zifa Southern Region Division One after beating former Premiership side Quelaton 3-0.

In the World Navi Northern Region Soccer League, leaders Bindura beat Lake Harvest 1-0 at Chaminuka on Saturday.

Bindura top the log standings with 27 points, three points ahead of second-placed Gunners.


Central Region:  Tongogara 0 FC Platinum U-19 0, Chrome Stars 3 MSU 0, Vumbachikwe 1 Gweru City 2, ZRP Beitbridge 6 Nkayi United 1, Garths Mine 2 Silo United 1, Zvishavane Stars 0 Whawha 2, Blanket Mine 3 Chomumvuri Pirates 1.

Eastern Region: Buffaloes Junior 4 Black Eagles 0, Renco Mine 1 Fc Three Leaves 1, Tenax 4 Mwenezana1, Mutare Poly 0 Masvingo United 1, Gaza Gunners 1 Ruwa United 1, Surrey Abttoir 0 Mutare City Rovers 1, Chivhu Stars 1 Gutu 2, ZRP Masvingo 0 Eastern Stars 2.

Southern Region: Mpumulanga Junior 1 Technosphere 0, Quelaton 0 Ntabazinduna 3, Hwange  Juniors 1 Elephant 0, Tshlotshlo 1Black Boots  0, Plum Tree Chiefs 3 Portland Cement 0, New West City 0 ZPC Hwange 2.

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

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