Whawha stay on top

HARARE - Central Region Division One Soccer League pacesetters Whawha maintained their stranglehold on pole position with a 1-0 win over Vumbachikwe over the weekend.

The Zimbabwe Prison Service side now tops the log standing with 32 points, four ahead of ZRP Beitbridge and Tongogara who are in second and third position respectively.

The two sides are tied on 28 points but are separated by goal difference.

Second-placed ZRP Beitbridge managed to maintain pressure on the log leaders after beating FC Platinum Under 19 2-0.

Tongogara bounced back to winning ways after walloping Gweru City 4-0.

In the World Navi Northern Region Division One Soccer, log leaders Gunners dropped two points after they were held to a goalless draw by Twalumba FC.

With the draw Gunners’ gap at the top of the log standing was reduced to one point with second-placed Flame Lilly taking full advantage.

With the former Zimbabwe champion dropping points at home, Flame Lilly beat DC Academy 1-0.

Twalumba, who were also firm favourites to clinch this year’s title are failing to live up to the billing and are currently on third position from the bottom of the log with 17 points.

Mushowani continued with their revival after beating former Premiership side Black Mambas 1-0.

The Mashonaland Central-based outfit had good start to their campaign this season however, they have been blowing hot and cold in recent matches and are now on third position with 38 points, three points behind log leaders.


Central Region

Tongogara 4 Gweru City 0, Zvishavane Stars 0 MSU 3, Vumbachikwe 0 Whawha 1, ZRP Beitbridge 2 FC Platinum Under 19 0, Blanket Mine 5 Silo United 1, Chrome Stars 3 Chomumvuri Pirates 0 Gaths Mine2 Nkayi United 2.

Northern Region

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

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