FORMER Premier Soccer League champions Gunners look set to bounce back into the elite league next season as they enjoy top spot in the World Navi Northern Region Division One.
Gunners, who won the league championship in 2009 under the guidance of Moses Chunga, were relegated to Division One in 2012, three years after lifting the league title.
Chunga’s men then, were demoted despite beating Chicken Inn in their last match of the season.
The former Zimbabwe international was in his third spell as Gunners coach.
Now Gunners are on course to make a return to the top-flight as they maintained their position on top of the standings despite being held to a one-all draw by Seven Flames on Saturday.
Second-placed Flame Lilly failed to take advantage of Gunner’s draw to go top after they were also held to a goalless draw by league debutants Ngezi Platinum.
Gunners lead the log standings with 42 points, one point ahead of second-placed Flame Lilly.
The 2009 champions had a bright start to the 2014 campaign, winning 12 games, drawing six and losing only one.