Bulawayo City maintain lead

HARARE - Zifa Southern Region Division One League pacesetters Bulawayo City maintained their lead at the top of the table after they were held to a goalless draw by second-placed Bulawayo Chiefs at the weekend.

Both clubs now have 27 points but City are in pole position due to a healthier goal difference.

Former Premiership side, Bantu Rovers bounced back to winning ways after walloping Amagagasi 4-0.

Rovers are now sixth place on the log with 21 points and remain in the race for promotion.

ZPC Munyati also maintained their position at the top of the Zifa Central Region Division One League despite suffering a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Chrome Stars.

Munyati top the log standings with 24 points while Tongogara are in second place due to a lesser goal difference.

In the Zifa Eastern Region Division One League, Prime Rangers also remained at the summit of the log standings suffering a2-1 defeat at the hands of Gutu.

Prime Rangers lead the log standings with 22 points, one ahead of former Premiership side Masvingo United who beat Ruwa United 1-0.

Weekend Results

Southern Region: Technosphere 3-1 Mpumalanga, Ntabazinduna 1-0 Old Nic Mine, ZPC Hwange 1-2 Black Boots, Hwange U’20 1-2 Casmyn, Bulawayo Chiefs 0-0 Bulawayo City, Indlovu Iyanyathela 1-0 NUST Brad, Bantu Rovers 4-0 Amagagasi, Makomo 1-0 Trumus

Eastern Region: Gutu 2-1 Prime Rangers, Surrey 2-0 Mwenezana, Renco Mine 2-0 FC Three Leaves, Black Eagles 0-1 Masvingo United, Mutare Poly 0-1 ZRP Masvingo, Tenax 1-1 Mutare City, Mutoko Traders 3-0 Gaza Gunners, Masvingo City 1-0 Ruwa Gunners, Melfort 1-3 Hartley Academy

Central Region: Sable Chemicals 1 Vumbachikwe 0,Ivan Hoe Mine 1 Tongogara 3, Gweru United 0 FC Platinum U19 1, Shabanie Mine 4 ZETDC Southern 1, ZPC Munyati 0 Chrome Stars 1, Mvuma Stars 0 Blanket Mine 0, Silo United 0 Boarder Strikers 1

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thats good

hepson - 10 July 2015

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