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Bantu Rovers hold on to top spot


Former premiership side Bantu Rovers continued with the impressive run in the Zifa Southern Region Division One League crushing Makhandeni Pirates 4-0 at White City Stadium on Saturday.

Nqobizitha Masuku grabbed a brace, Marvelous Nakamba a penalty and Evans Mwanza added the fourth.

Tshintsha Guluva are still top of the log table with 27 points in 11 games and are facing pressure from second-placed How Mine who dismissed Rufaro Rovers 2-0 at How Mine on Saturday to trail the log leaders by a point.

ZPC Hwange beat Sizani Fruits & Veg 2-0 at White City Stadium. It was a good result for ZPC Hwange who beat former Premiership side Zimbabwe Saints 2-0 last week.

While Saints were struggling, it was yet another good outing for former Premiership squad Railstars under the guidance of Tirivaviri Sithole winning 1-0 against Tsholotsho, away.

Going into the game, the two sides were neck-on-neck with 16 points in nine matches, but Tsholotsho now trail by three points.

Projects FC continued to find the going tough in the league going down 3-0 to Ntabazinduna.
Projects are still winless in 10 games. They have four draws, have lost six matches and anchor the log with four points.

Power Cosmos collected maximum points after beating Bulawayo Chiefs 1-0 in Plumtree while Mpumalanga and New West played a goalless draw in Hwange.

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