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CAPS United, FC Platinum in big wins….as Buffaloes Gore Mighty bulls

Taurai Mangwiro registered his first home win when CAPS United hammered Black Mambas 4-1 in a Castle Lager premiership match at Gwanzura yesterday.

Reports by Tatenda Kunaka and Jermaine Hangazha

Caps United (2) 4
Black Mambas (0) 1

Dominic Chungwa scored a hat trick with the other goal coming from Leonard Fiyado.

Black Mambas got their consolation from a spot kick courtesy of Honey Chimutimunzeve.

At Rufaro, Winstone Antonio reports that How Mine FC came from behind to force a draw against a wasteful Harare City.
Harare City were the first to score in the 14th minute through Martin Vengesayi.

The visitors replied two minutes later through Ocean Mpofu who headed home from a well taken corner kick by Thandazani Ndlovu.

The host could have found the opener as early as the 13th minute through Phenias Bamusi but his effort was cleared off the goalline by How Mine defender Brighton Dube.

From Zvishavane, Ephraim Shoko reports that FC Platinum recovered from last week’s loss to Shabanie with an emphatic 3-0 win over Triangle.

Ali Sadiki’s 74minute strike, Charles Sibanda’s goal three minutes later and Joel Ngodzo’s strike four minutes from time ensured that the platinum miners consolidate their position at the top of the log.

Buffaloes Gore Mighty bulls

Buffaloes staged a dramatic second half comeback to beat Motor Action 2-1 in a Castle Lager premiership match at Motor Action Sports Club yesterday.

The match got off to a slow start with the Mighty Bulls hitting the target first in the 42nd minute through Misheck Mburayi.

In the second half, Buffaloes started more on an attacking style. They were however rewarded in the 54th minute through Steven Sibanda.

Admire Dzumbunu scored the winner in the 67th minute heading home a Liberty Chakoroma’s cross.

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