Mimosa FC still leading

The club has so far amassed 20 points, a point more than second placed Hardbody who were the biggest winners of the
weekend fixtures beating Gwanda’s McInn by 4 goals to 1 at Ascot Stadium on Saturday .
The T and H Transport sponsored debutants are enjoying a purple patch and will be hoping to upstage seasoned campaigners Mimosa for the title.
Former premier league giants Chapungu recorded success on after pipping  bottom club CMED Justice 1-0 in Gwanda, while Resurgent Gweru Pirates were 2-1 winners away at Silo United in Kwekwe.
Meanwhile, three matches failed to take due to the pulling out of BOC Gases while BVM FC formerly coached by Gishon Ntini have been granted two weeks to sort out their problems.
It is understood that BVM are mulling donating their franchise to
division 2 side Gweru Utd after encountering financial constraints that has left the club without players and a technical team.

BOC have since notified the Central region of their pulling out of the respective league and have had all their matches nullified, a
development that has changed the face of the Central region log