Amagagasi maintain top spot

HARARE - Amagagasi maintained their top spot in the Southern Region Division One league despite being held to a 1-1 draw by Makomo at the weekend.

The log leaders failed to garner maximum points that could have seen them stretch their lead at the top to three points.

However, with their closest rivals failing to garner maximum points, Amagagasi remained on pole position with 30 points, one ahead of second-placed ZPC Hwange.

Former Premiership side Bantu Rovers were pushed down to third place as they now have 28 points after they played a goalless draw against ZRP Bulawayo Province.

In the Northern Region, Black Rhinos maintained their nine-point lead at the top with a 2-0 win against Kariba Waves.

Second-placed Gunners lost 1-0 to ZRP Morris while Herentals continued with their fine form when they dismissed Banket 2-0 to move fourth on the log table with 24 points.

In the Central Region, Blanket Mine stayed at the top of the log following a 2-1 win over fellow gold miners Jessie Mine.

Tongogara moved up the ladder to second place after a 1-0 win over Gweru United.

The army is now tied on 26 points with Shabanie Mine but they trail due to an inferior goal difference.


Northern Region: ZRP Morris 1, Gunners 0; Cranborne 1, Blue Swallows 3; Chegutu 1, Golden Valley 0; Kariba Waves 0, Black Rhinos 2; Karoi 3, ZRP FC 0; Banket 0, Herentals 2; Commando 2, Shamva 0; Flame Lily 0, Mushowani 1; DStv 1, Darwin 2;

Southern Region: Black Boots 0, ZPC Hwange 2; ZRP Byo Province 0, Bantu Rovers 0; Indlovu Iyanyathela 0, Bulawayo Chiefs 1; Amagagasi 1, Makomo 1; Technosphere 2, Ntabazinduna 0;

Central Region: ZPC Munyati 4, MSU FC 3; Shabanie Mine 1, ZRP Beitbridge 0; Chrome Stars 0, Whawha 0; FC Platinum U19 1, Ivan Hoe Mine 0; Tongogara 1, Gweru United 0; Vumbachikwe 1, Kwekwe Sables 0; Jessie Mine 1, Blanket Mine 2.

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