Whawha back on top

HARARE - Whawha returned to the top of the Central Region Division One League log standings after beating visiting Gaths Mine 1-0 over the weekend.

The Zimbabwe Prison Service side is now sitting on 46 points, one ahead of second-placed Midlands State University.

Luke Petros-Jukulile’s charges took full advantage of former log leaders MSU slump.

The Gweru-based side suffered a 3-1 defeat at the hands of ZRP Beitbridge.

Black Boots maintained their stronghold at the summit of the Zifa Southern Region Division One League log after beating Trumas 2-0.

Black Boots now lead the log standings with 42 points, three ahead of Technosphere, who beat Ntabazintuna 4-2.

In the World Navi Northern Region Division One League, Mushowani maintained pressure on the leading pack after beating Karoi 1-0.

Log leaders Gunners and third-placed Flame Lily did not fulfil their fixtures against Blue Swallows and ZRP Morris respectively due to heavy rainfall.

The two matches will be played today.

Mushowani are now on second position courtesy of a superior goal difference ahead of Flame Lily, who also have 51 points.

Seasoned campaigners Twalumba FC, who were also pre-season favourites to clinch the title this season, continued with their poor form after they went down 2-0 to Lake Harvest.

Twalumba are now in third position from bottom of the log standings with 22 points.

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

Northern Region: Mushowani 1 Karoi 0, Dstv Rangers 2 Royal Classic 2, Commando 0 Seven Flames 0, Lake Harvest 2 Twalumba 0, Starbill 1 Bindura 0, ZRP ootball Club 2 Ngezi Platinum 1, Chegutu Pirates 2 Dc Academy 1

Southern Region: Tsholotsho 3 Old Nic Mine 0, Quelaton 1 Elephants 2, Technosphere 4, Ntabazinduna 2, Portland Cement 0 Plumtree Chiefs 3, ZPC Hwange 0 Hwange U2 1, New West 3 Mpumalanga 0, Trumas 0 Black Boots 2

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