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Bantu held, maintain two-point lead


The Zifa Southern Region Division One league match pitting former Bulawayo Premiership sides Bantu Rovers and Railstars at Raylton Sports Club on Saturday failed to produce a winner.

However, the goalless draw result was good enough as Bantu Rovers still remained on top spot. Bantu Rovers are still top with 38 points while Railstars are fourth with 33 points with both teams on 18 games.

How Mine slipped down to position three from two after losing 2-1 to Mpumalanga in Hwange. Mpumalanga are on position six with 30 points from 18 games while How Mine are third with 36 points from 17 games, the same as ZPC Hwange.

ZPC Hwange drew 0-0 against Rufaro Rovers. New West beat Tsholotsho Pirates 2-1 at Luveve Stadium on Saturday. New West remained on position five on the log table with 31 points from 18 games while Tsholotsho are on position 10 with 24 points from the same number of games.

Bulawayo Chiefs continued to fare well in their debut season in the league dismissing Sizani Fruits & Veg 3-2 in Plumtree on Saturday. Chiefs have performed much better than other teams making their debut appearance in the league.

They are on position seven with 28 points from 18 games while Sizani Fruits & Veg are on position 14 with 13 points from 18 games. Cosmos dismissed police side Black Boots 1-0 in Hwange on Sunday.

Former Premiership team Zimbabwe Saints collected maximum points beating Projects 3-0 at Raylton Sports Club on Sunday. Projects anchor the log table with eight points from 18 games.

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