ZPC Hwange consolidate lead

HARARE - Zifa Southern Region Division One League pacesetters ZPC Hwange consolidated their lead at the top of the table despite being held to a goalless draw by NUST at the weekend.

ZPC Hwange now top the log standing with 22 points, two ahead of second placed Bulawayo Chiefs, who suffered a 2-0 loss at the hands of Technosphere.

With 10 games played in the Southern Region, ZPC Hwange are yet to taste defeat, winning six matches and drawing four.

In the Zifa Northern Region Division One League, Ngezi Platinum extended their lead on top of the log standings after beating Gunners at Callies on Sunday.

Clifton “Somalia” Kadurira’s charges now lead the log standings with 27 points, three ahead of second placed Black Rhinos.

Ngezi Platinum, who have re-established themselves as outright favourites for the sole promotion slot took full advantage of Blacks Rhinos’ goalless draw against Blue Swallows.

Ngezi are yet to lose a match thus far after 11 rounds of action winning eight times and drawing three.

Gunners, who were tipped to win the top-flight  ticket at the start of the season, have only won four matches, drawing five and losing two  in 11 matches and are now on fifth position on the log standings with 17 points, 10 behind Ngezi Platinum.

League debutants Herentals continued with their fine performances after beating Mushowani 1-0 .

With the win Herentals are now on third position with 18 points, nine behind log leaders.

Weekend Results

Northern Region: Mushowani 0 Herentals 1, Gunners 0 Ngezi Platinum 1, Black Rhinos 0 Blue Swallows 0, ZRP Fc 1 Cargo Carriers 1, Seven Flames 0 Karoi United 0, Lake Harvest 1 Dstv Rangers 0, Darwin 1 ZRP Morris 2, Blue Jets 0 Starbill 0,  Zatex 1 DC Academy 1

Southern Region: Amagagasi 1 Black Boots 1, Bulawayo Chiefs 0 Technosphere 2, NUST 0 ZPC Hwange 0, Indlovu Iyanyathela 0 Trumus 0, Casmyn 2 Makomo 1, Old Nic Mine 3 Mpumalanga 0, Ntabazinduna 0 Bantu Rovers   1, Bulawayo City 1 Amagagasi 0, Hwange U'20   1 Black Boots 1

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