NTABAZINDUNA Prison’s good form in the Zifa Southern Region Division One League continues after getting their fourth win in a row on Saturday with a 3-0 walloping of former Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Quelaton at the National University of Science and Technology.
With the victory, the Agent Sawu-coached uniformed forces outfit opened a five-point lead in the league as Tsholotsho FC once again played a draw, sharing the spoils with police side Black Boots with a 1-1 score line at home.
Second–placed Tsholotsho are now on 16 points from eight matches while Ntabazinduna have played 10 games.
On Wednesday, Ntabazinduna beat New City 1-0 at Luveve Stadium after having beaten Old Nic Mine 2-0 and Mpumalanga 2-1 at home.
Black Boots are now on 15 points from eight matches.
Plumtree Chiefs, with 14 points might be handed three points without kicking a ball after Portland Cement did not turn up for their match at White City Stadium on Saturday.
After a midweek 2-0 win over Elephant FC at home, Mpumalanga fell 0-1 to town neighbours Technosphere on Saturday.
The win takes Technosphere to 15 points at par with ZPC Hwange who beat New West City 2-0 away from home on Saturday in Barbourfields.
Technosphere and ZPC Hwange have each played eight matches. Hwange Juniors beat army side Elephant FC 1-0 in the coal mining town on Saturday and are now on 13 points from nine matches.
Meanwhile, former PSL side Tripple B coach Peter Manoti has quit newly-promoted Victoria Falls-based Trumus to concentrate on family matters.
Southern Eye caught up with Manoti in Bulawayo on Friday and the gaffer confirmed he had left Trumus. “I have quit. I just want to concentrate on my family for now, but I was there for their last league match,” Manoti said.
Trumus did not have a game at the weekend.