PSL Round-up

Highlanders’ juggernaut continued with a hard-fought win over Hwange, which saw the Bulawayo giants make a strong point in their quest for 2012 Castle PSL glory.

Beavan Chikaka’s goal made sure that Bosso, the only side to enjoy an unbeaten run so far in the season, maintained their three-point lead over closest and perennial rivals, Dynamos.

DeMbare themselves got back from two points dropped midweek to beat a slipping 10-men Chicken Inn 2-1 in a lively match at Rufaro, skipper Denva Mukamba and slippery striker Murape Murape getting the goals that outnumbered Danny Phiri’s strike.

Caps United chief, Sean Connor, gave a sigh of relief, after registering a second 1-0 win on the trot to end the turbulent times at the Harare giants. This time they beat Blue Rangers 1-0 courtesy of a goal by a midfielder-Edmore Chafungamoyo.

At Mandava stadium, former Gunners players- Norman Togara and Mitchele Katsvairo scored a goal each as FC Platinum rallied to beat their erstwhile paymasters 2-1. Leonard Fiyado had given the Harare side an 18th minute lead.

Shabanie Mine laboured to a 1-0 victory over Black Mambas in the capital to revive champion-ship hopes for nomadic coach, Luke Masomere, while Quelaton continued to sing the blues with their sixth defeat in eight outings, after the Bulawayo side fell 0-1 to Monomotapa through a penalty craftily sent home by Makai Kawashu. Hardbody shared the spoils with Harare City, with opposing captains – Calisto Maheya and Godferey Nguwodzawo scoring in the 1-1 draw. Maheya’s 30th second goal was the fasted seen this season.

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