Eiffel Flats massacre ZPC Kariba as Chegutu Pirates and Blue Jets draw in local derby

EIFFEL FLATS massacred ZPC Kariba by 5 goals to 2 at Pfupajena Stadium on Saturday to condemn them deeper into relegation zone as they moved three places up the ladder to no. 14 on the log standings.
In another of the double header which was played at the same venue (3pm), Chegutu Pirates and Bl

ue Jets drew one all in a local derby to keep the Airmen’s hopes of clinching the championship next year alive.
Another relegation haunted Shamva who were condemned deeper into relegation waters after being thrashed 4 nil by Karoi United at Chikangwe Stadium on Sunday while across town at Rudhaka Stadium in Marondera Douglas Warriors had the better of Division Two bound Golden Kopje whom they thrashed 5 nil.
The other top three teams had the better of their opponents over the weekend, Lengthens had the better of another Division Two bound Lulu Rovers whom they massacred 6 nil at DZ Stadium, Harare United beat stubborn Police Officers Black Mambas by 2 goals to nil at Rufaro Stadium and Gunners scraped through past rejuvenated Grain Tigers 3 – 2 at GMB Aspindale. All matches were played simultaneously on Saturday (3pm). Grain men have really improved since the arrival of former Dynamos and Shooting Stars midfielder Andrew Chifamba and former Shooting Stars assistant coach Darlington Dodo.
Both Grain Tigers and Blue Jets are the teams to watch next year that is if they keep the same form they are in at the moment. The flames are starting to die down now at the Prison men Flame Lily after they were held nil all before their home crowd by relegation haunted Dorking at Tomlinson Depots Ground on Saturday. They have now dropped 8 valuable points in their last 3 outings, they first lost by a goal to nil to Turnall in their rescheduled fixture before loosing 2 nil away to title chasing Douglas Warriors.
Kurai United drew nil-all with Felfar Stars before their home crowd to keep their survival hopes alive while Felfar themselves are now definitely Division Two bound next year.
Meanwhile the Northern Region Board has resolved to have the top 10 teams play all the remaining matches simultaneously on Saturday to avoid any pressure on others who would have not played on Saturday. All the referees will rotate in all three provinces – John S Remba

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