Harare Sports Club (HSC) continued with their dominance in the Lion Lager National Rugby League with a 108-10 drubbing of struggling Bulawayo side, Western Panthers, at Old Hararians on Saturday.
HSC are yet to lose a match in the league which got into its second round at the weekend.
They have played eight matches and amassed 38 points to remain at the top of the log standings while new club Matabeleland Warriors have mounted serious competition, garnering 29 points from seven games.
Warriors, coached by Reuben Kumpasa, dismissed city rivals Old Miltonians 29-8 at Hartsfield Stadium on Saturday, beating them for the second time after narrowly edging them 21-20 in the reverse fixture.
Red Seal Old Georgians, on position three with 26 points from eight matches routed Gweru Sports Club 77-0 at Old Hararians on Saturday.
Log anchors Airforce were not in action at the weekend and they travel to Bulawayo for a date with Matabeleland Warriors this Saturday at Hartsfield while Old Hararians, who were also inactive, take on Old Miltonians at Harare Sports Club.
Western Panthers and Gweru Sports Club clash at Hartsfield on Saturday while Harare Sports club entertain Old Georgians.
Old Miltonians, Panthers and Gweru all have 10 points while Airforce, yet to win a match in the 2012 season, only have a point in seven matches.
Old Hararians are on position four with 25 points from seven matches in the eight-team league.