Eastern Stars back on top

HARARE - Eastern Stars returned to the top of the Zifa Eastern Region Division One log standing after beating Gutu 3-1 over the weekend.

Stars, owned by Mudzi South legislator and prominent lawyer Jonathan Samkange, now lead the log standing with 26 points, one point above second placed Mutare City Rovers.

They took full advantage of former log leaders Buffaloes Juniors’ slump. The Mutare-based side suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of second-placed Mutare City Rovers.

With the defeat, Buffaloes Juniors slumped to third position with 24 points, two behind log leaders.

Ntabazinduna also maintained their stranglehold on pole position in the Zifa Southern Region Division One Soccer League despite playing to a one-all draw against Elephant.

Agent Sawu’s men started their campaign this season on a positive note, winning seven games, drawing four and losing two games from 13 matches played so far.

In the Zifa Central Region Division One League, Tongogara were able to maintain their lead at the top of the log standings despite playing a 2-2 draw with ZRP Beitbridge

The Kwekwe-based outfit now lead the log standing with 24 points, one ahead of second-placed Hwawha.

Results

Eastern Region: Mutare City Rovers 2 Buffaloes Junior 1, Ruwa United 2 ZRP Masvingo 1, Mwenezana 3 Chivhu Stars 1, Masvingo United 2 Surrey Abattoir 1, Fc Three Leaves 0 Gaza Gunners 0, Renco Mine 3 Tenax 2, Gutu 1 Eastern Stars 3.

Southern Region: Technosphere 2 Black Boots 0, Plumtree Chiefs 0 Tshlotshlo 3, Elephant 1 Ntabazinduna 1, Trumus Warriors 0 Hwange Juniors 2.

Central Region: Silo United 0 Hwahwa 2, ZRP Beitbridge 2 Tongogara 2, FC Platinum U-19 1 Chrome Stars 0, Nkayi United 0 Gweru City 1, Blanket Mine 1 Zvishavane Stars 1, Gaths Mine 2 Vumbachikwe 1, MSU 2 Nkayi United 1.

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