ZPC Hwange leads Southern Division 1 race

They defeated Bosso 90 2-0 on Saturday to maintain their perfect start.

ZPC Hwange are setting the pace in the race for promotion into the Premier Soccer League next year, having won all their first seven matches in the Zifa Southern Region Division One Soccer League.

They defeated Bosso 90 2-0 on Saturday to maintain their perfect start.

Courage Sibanda and Justin Kaunda were on target as the power utility side made its PSL ambitions known.

Kaunda leads the scorers’ chart with seven goals, while Sibanda has banged in three goals to date as their side rules the roost with 21 points from seven games, with 16 goals and having only conceded two.

Plumtree-based Mainline beat Victoria Falls 1-0 at Dingumuzi in the border town and they are on position two on the log table, with 14 points.

Third-placed Zimbabwe Saints drew 1-1 with army-side Indlovu Iyanyetha at Mzilikazi Barracks.

Mainline have picked up 16 points in seven games, while Chikwata have 14 points.

Fourth-placed Bulawayo City fell to Talen Vision 1-0 at Luveve Stadium.

The former Highlanders striker Mkhokheli Dube-owned Zebra Revolution lost their third match of the season, falling 3-1 to Jordan Sinott in Filabusi.

In other matches played at the weekend, Casmyn thumped DRC United while the match pitting Ajax Hotspurs against Adachi was not played.

Mosi Rovers drew 1-1 with Nkayi United at Chinotimba in the resort town.


Related Topics