Round up from Castle lager PSL to COSAFA

Round up from Castle lager PSL to COSAFA

Highlanders, climbed the log ladder as they became leaders of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League after they had consolidated their log position with a 1-0 victory over Herentals College in a Match Day 15, which was played at Mandava Stadium this past Sunday leaving Highlanders the undefeated team in this season.

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Melikhaya Ncube scored the priceless goal for the premiership giants after 28 minutes into the game.
In another fixture, that was played at Gibbo on Sunday, Bulawayo Chiefs defeated Triangle 3-0, with Obriel Chirinda scoring a hattrick.

Chirinda found the target after 34 and 78 minutes, before completing his hattrick on the stroke of full time.

While Black Rhinos surrendered their slender lead to allow Hwange to level the scores and force a 1-1 draw in a match played at Bata Stadium.

Ngezi Platinum occupy the second place as they lost their Week 15 fixture on Saturday. Manica Diamonds who are hoping to make history by defeating Highlanders this coming week and collecting the three points are third on 26 points, while the seven million fans team Dynamos and along with the defending champions FC Platinum are fourth and fifth respectively, both having amassed 25 points.

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In COSAFA news that has saddened Zimbabwe fans includes:

Chipolopolo became the most title holders of the COSAFA cup after they defeated Lesotho 1-0 in the tournament final, played at the King Zwelithini Stadium, this past weekend

Chipolopolo has now won more COSAFA titles than Zimbabwe (6) after successfully defending the title they won last year.

The only goal of the match was scored by striker Moyela Libamba in the second half.

Due to the FIFA international ban, Zimbabwe missed the last two editions of the annual COSAFA Senior Challenge Cup. The suspension was lifted by FIFA last week with the appointment of a four-member normalisation committee that will be in charge of ZIFA until June 2024, at the latest.

Tapiwa Rubaya

Tapiwa Rubaya is the current affairs, fashion and sports reporter at My Afrika Magazine.

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