t year alive.
Gunners and Harare United also maintained their chances of promotion next year with convincing victories. First to win was Gunners who dismissed in-form Eiffel Flats by 2 goals to one at Gwanzura Stadium. 24 hours later at the same venue Harare United had the better of relegation-bound Felfar Stars by 2 goals to nil.
Former Dynamos player Lloyd “Samaita” Mutasa continued with his winning streak by beating another in-form newcomer, Blue Jets, by one goal to nil at their home ground Pfupajena stadium in Chegutu. “Samaita” and his charges were just back from a fruitful South African outing where they won 3 games and drew 3 to win a gold medal in the Southern Africa Prison Service Teams competition. They beat host South Africa by 2 goals to nil to lift the Gold medal.
Elsewhere across the region, the third Zimbabwe defense forces team, Black Mambas, squeezed to a one-nil penalty by beating Golden Kopje at Morris Depot. Turnal were held to a one-all draw by Grain Tigers at Italian Sports Club. Chegutu Pirates were beaten by lowly Shamva 3–2 at Shamva Mine stadium while ZPC Kariba were beaten at home by Kurai United one-nil to slip one place down the log to number 13. – John S Remba
HARARE - Lengthens have tightened their grip at the top spot after dismissing Karoi United by 3 goals to one at DZ Stadium on Saturday. Douglas Warriors massacred newcomers by 4 goals to nil at Rudhaka Stadium in Marondera to keep their hope of being promoted into the elite Premier Soccer League nex