By RONALD CHAWE and YVONNE SAKALA –
GOMES at the weekend beat leaders Chambishi to supplant them from the top of FAZ Division-One Zone Two table, wheretheywere joined by Kitwe United who also won.
Gomes 2 Chambishi 0
Gomes beat Chambishi to dislodge them from the top of the table inthe game played at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola to move to 11points at par with KitweUnited, who silenced Indeni via a 2-1 win scoreline at Garden Park.
Interestingly, both leaders have an identical record started from 11 points, to a goal difference of four having both scored eight goals and allowed in four goals.
They have also won and drawn the same number of games and are yet to lose a match,
CB Buffaloes 1 Kansanshi 0
At Musa Kasonka Stadium in Ndola, Copperbelt Buffaloes sneaked in thethird position with this win over visiting Kansanshi Dynamos that took them to 10points, sameas Konkola Blades, who beat ZNS Lwamfumu by a lone goal, but the soldiershave a better goal difference.
Roan 1 Mining 2
Roan United fans have everything to worry about as their team is slowly going downthe table and after this home defeat, slipping to theeighth position on the log with five points whileMining Rangers moved to the11th position with six points.
In other games,Chingola Police and FQMO shared a 1-1 drawwhile in the games involving Kalulushi Modern Stars and NdolaUnited as well as ZescoSolwezi and Bresmar ended in a scoreless draws.
City 3 Lundazi 2
City of Lusaka maintained their lead in Zone One of FAZ Division-One after this five-goal thriller at Woodlands Stadium that took the community side to 13 points.
City’s skipper Jeff Simukwanja netted a brace with goals in the 32nd and 71st minutes while Dominic Mulenshi sealed victory for the team with an 85 minute strike while Lundazi rallied late to score twice but it was not enough salvage a point.
Other matches saw Riflemen yet again settle for a scoreless draw, this time with Happy Hearts Academy while Petauke United edged Paramilitary 3-1.
Nampundwe 0 Assembly 2
Nampundwe seem to have lost all the bearing that saw them almost getting promoted last season and were this time wired by the Oswald Mutapa tutored National Assembly who went up to thirdposition on the table with 10points.
GaplaniLunguscored in the 35th minute before George Chaloba sealed the victory with a 47th minute goal.
Elsewhere, Police College humbled Panza Chiefs 5-1 to go send while Young Green Buffaloes settled for a virgin draw with Matero United while Slamu United drew 1-1 with ZescoMalaitiRangers andKafue Celtic defeating LCC1-0.
Mkushi Millers 0-0 Chindwin Sentries
Kasama United 1-1 Fringilla
Mpulungu Harbour 0-1 Kasama Forest
Real Nakonde 1-0 Kabwe United Soccer Academy
Intersport Youth 1-0 Northedge
Prison Leopards 1-0 Kasama Young Fighters
Isoka Young Stars 1-3 Riverside United
Malalo Police 0-0 Tazara Police
Buildcon FC 1 -0 SinazongweUtd
Antonio 0-1 Zesco Shockers
Zesco Victoria 1-1 Kascol Rangers
Mumbwa Medics 3-1 Livingstone Pirates
Limulunga Royal 0-1 Monze Swallows
Senanga Leopards 1-1 Luena Buffaloes
Young Green Eagles 0-0 KalomoJetters
MazabukaUtd v Senanga Warriors (not played)