Tongogara assume top spot

HARARE - Tongogara shot to the top of the Zifa Central Region Division One League table courtesy of a 1-0 victory over Midlands State University over the weekend.

With seven rounds of action in the division, Tongogara now lead the log standings with 16 points while second placed Chrome Stars trail on goal difference.

Former Premiership side Shabanie Mine’s revival was cut short after they went down to Ivan Hoe Mine 3-1.

With the defeat the Zvishavane side, who were relegated last season, are now on position seven on the log standings with 10 points, six behind Tongogara.

In the Zifa Northern Region Division One, Ngezi Platinum maintained their top position of the log standings despite playing to a one-all draw with Mushowani.

Clifton Kadurira’s charges now lead the log standings with 24 points, two ahead of second-placed former Premiership side Black Rhinos.

Ngezi Platinum are yet to taste defeat this campaign after 10 rounds of action.

The platinum miners have become a compact unit after acquiring several former Premiership players at the start of the year.

Some of the players, who are in their ranks include, veteran former Triangle and Blue Rangers player Daniel Kamunhenga, former Harare City players Nomore John and Edgar Tapera.

Gunners bounced back to winning ways after beating Blue Swallows 1-0

Before the win over Blue Swallows, Gunners went for three games without collecting maximum points after playing to a goalless draw against Cargo Carries and Karoi United.

Previously they had suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of DStv Rangers.

In Zifa Southern Region, ZPC Hwange also maintained their lead at the top after beating Hwange Under 20 1-0.

ZPC Hwange now lead the log standings with 21 points after six wins and three draws.

Second-placed Bulawayo Chief maintain the pressure on the log leaders after beating Mpumalanga 1-0 and are now a single point behind ZPC.

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