Chrome Stars in pole position

HARARE - Chrome Stars shot to the top of the Zifa Central Region Division One Soccer League after beating Nkayi United 2-0 over the weekend.

The log leaders disposed Whawha, who had topped the log standings prior to their game against Blanket Mine which ended 1-0 in favour of Blanket.

Chrome Stars now lead the log standing on goal difference ahead of Whawha as they they are both tied on 32 points.

In the World Navi Northern Region Soccer League Division One, log leaders Gunners maintained their place at the summit after beating Royal Classic 2-1.

Gunners now top the log standing with 45 points, three ahead of second-placed Flame Lilly, who played to a one-all draw against Bindura United.

Mutare City also maintained their position on top of the Eastern Region Division One log standing despite playing to a two-all draw against Masvingo United.

Mutare City Rovers started their season on a positive note, winning 12 games, drawing six and losing only one from 18 games played so far.

Northern Region

Gunners 2 Royal Classic 1, Karoi United 0 Seven Flames 1, Flame Lilly 1 Bindura United 1, Mushowani 0 Ngezi Platinum 1, Blue Swallows 0 DCAcademy 1, Commando 2 Starbill 0, Chegutu Pirates 1 Lake  Harvest 0.

Southern Region

New West City 0 Tsholotsho 1, Mpumalanga 0 ZPC Hwange 0, Hwange Juniors 0 Plumtree Chiefs 4, Portland Cement 0 Ntabazinduna 1, Technosphere 1 Trumus 1, Elephants 0 Old Nic Mine .

Eastern Region

Ruwa United 2 Mwenezana 1, Mutare City 2 Masvingo United 2, Gutu 0 FC Three Leaves 0, Eastern Stars 6 Renco Mine 1, Buffaloe Junior 2 Mutare Poly 0, Chihvu Stars 1 Gaza Gunners 2.

Central Region

Silo United 0 FC Platinum U19 1, Gaths Mine 2 MSU 2, Tongogara 3 Vumbachikwe 0, Nkayi United 0 Chrome Stars 2, Chemumvuri Pirates 0 Gweru City 3, Blanket Mine 1 Whawha 0, ZRP Beitbridge 1 Zvishavane Stars 0.

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