Bindura Utd lose, remain top

HARARE - Bindura United remained on top of the World Navi Northern Region Soccer League Division One log standings despite suffering their second defeat of the season at the hands of seasoned campaigners DStv Rangers on Saturday.

Bindura went down 1-0 to the Harare-based side but remain on pole position with 28 points, two ahead of second placed Flame Lilly.

John Wilo’s charges started the league on a positive note, winning the nine opening matches before the last two defeats.

With the win, DStv moved out of the relegation zone and are now in 12th place with 14 points.

Mushowani blew a golden chance to go top after they went down 1-0 to Seven Flames.

Just like Bindura United, Mushowani also had a dream start to the new season, winning seven games and drawing one in their opening eight matches but have been blowing hot and cold in recent weeks.

Mushowani have only collected three points from a possible 12. Their promotion quest appears to be fizzling out.

Starbill upset former premiership side Black Mambas after defeating the police side 3-2.

Mambas, who were tipped for a quick return to the top-flight at the start of the season, have only won five matches in 12 matches.

Perennial campaigners Twalumba FC continued to slide, disappearing from the top eight after they went down 2-0 to league new comers Blue Swallows.


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

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