Whawha, Dongo share spoils

GWERU - Dongo Sawmills assistant coach Justin Bingadadi was elated by his team’s performance against Whawha whom the Rusape-based outfit has managed to get four points off in the last two matches.

Although Dongo remain bottom of the Castle Lager Premiership log, those four points keep their hopes of survival alive in the second half of the season.

“At least we managed to get four points from one team. If we continue with this momentum we will be able to fight against relegation,” Bingadadi told the Daily News.

Dongo have fared well in the past two matches although they have been the whipping boys of the division.

Whawha coach Lloyd Mutasa was disappointed by his strikers who looked impotent in front of goal.

“This result proves our weakness is in front of goal. It’s an area we really need to work on,” he said.

Mutasa will be looking to sign two strikers and one defender, among them Dongo Sawmills’ Evans Chikwaikwai.

“He has shown interest in signing for us. But I cannot say anything because he has not yet put pen to paper,” he said.

The match was a dull affair as both teams failed to find any rhythm.

As Whawha looked poised to break the deadlock, striker Kenneth Bhuka’s shot was saved by Dongo goalkeeper, Forward Pfumojena after 23 minutes of play.

Pfumojena made another crucial save two minutes later when he blocked Albert Mateyo’s shot

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