HOW Mine shot back to the top of the Zifa Southern Region Division One football league after dismissing former Premiership side Bantu Rovers 1-0 at the gold mining town on Saturday.
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Bantu slipped down to position three from the top spot with 53 points from 27 games, while How Mine is top with 55 points from the same number of games.
ZPC Hwange beat Power Cosmos 2-0 in Hwange on Saturday moving one step up to second spot with 54 points from 28 games.
Bulawayo Chiefs added more woes to troubled Projects winning 3-0 in Hwange, while it was yet another defeat for Emakhandeni Pirates losing 3-0 to Sizani Fruits&Veg at Raylton Sports Club on Saturday.
Projects are bottom of the log standings with eight points from 28 games while Pirates are second from the bottom with 13 points from 27 games.
It was a good day for former Premiership sides Zimbabwe Saints and Railstars — they won their respective matches played on Saturday.
Railstars beat Rufaro 1-0, while Zimbabwe Saints emerged 2-0 winners over Hwange Juniors.
In other matches, Black Boots beat Mpumalanga 1-0 at Fairbridge on Saturday while Ntabazinduna lost 2-0 to New West 2-0 at home on the same day.