1 June 2012

Zimbabwe: Northern Region Suspend Matches

THE Zifa Northern Region Division One League will be inactive this weekend in a move aimed at supporting the Warriors in their 2014 World Cup qualifier against Guinea on Sunday. Northern Region secretary, Sweeny Mushonga, said they decided to shelve all matches whenever the Warriors are engaged in international engagements.

Matches in the other three Division One leagues will go ahead as planned.

In the Eastern Region, Hippo Valley will be out to consolidate their place at the top when they come face-to-face with Surrey at Rudhaka.

Hippo Valley have been on fire this season -- winning five of their opening six matches and drawing once.

Second-placed Setcheo, who are trailing Hippo by a point, have a date against Tenax at Sakubva.


Eastern Region:

Tenax v Setcheo (Sakubva), Surrey v Hippo Valley (Rudhaka), Mutare City v Acturus (Sakubva), Gaths Mine v Triangle (Gaths), Chivhu Stars v Masvingo United (Garwe), Mwenezana v ZRP Masvingo (Mwenezi), Mkwasine v Renco mine (Mkwasine), Gaza Gunners v Ruwa United (Gaza)

Southern Region:

Bulawayo Pirates v Mpumalanga (Plumtree), Sizani v Hwange Juniors (Luveve), Black Boots v Makhandeni (Fair Bridge), Tsholotsho v Power Cosmos (Tsholotsho), Rufaro Rovers v Projects (Hwange), How Mine v New West (How Mine), Bantu Rovers v ZPC Hwange (Luveve), Ntabazinduna v Zim Saints (Ntabazinduna), Black Boots v Railstars (Fair Bridge), Zim Saints v Bantu Rovers (Luveve).

Central Region:

Silo v Jessie Mine (Mbizo), Airstars v NewZimsteel (Rutendo), Vumbachikwe v Tongogara (Forbes), Chapungu v Zialanda (Ascot), Hwahwa v MSU (Hwahwa), Strikers v Chrome Stars Dulibadzimu), FC Platinum U-19 v Blanket Mine (Mandava), Town United v Tripple B (Dulibadzimu), Blanket Mine v Tongogara (Blanket), Vumbachikwe v Chrome Stars (Forbes).

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