NGEZI Platinum Stars and FC Platinum continue to dominate the Chibuku Super Cup with a one hundred percent record after two rounds of matches.
Ngezi Platinum Stars dispatched troubled WhaWha three nil (3-0) at Mandava Stadium this Sunday, with Valentine Kadonzvo grabbing a brace that ensured maximum points for the Rodwell Dhlakama coached side.
Group four (4) also provided the match of the weekend as FC Platinum needed a late Rodwell Chinyengetere penalty to overcome a stubborn Triangle 2-1.
The goal saw Chinyengetere leading the goal scorers charts after taking his tally to four ahead of CAPS United Striker Ishmael Wadi who has three.
FC Platinum is on top of the log with six points tied with Ngezi Platinum who have the same number of points but with an inferior goal difference, while its tough times for Triangle and WhaWha who are still to get a point.
Match day two also saw giants, Dynamos showing their class after thumping Yadah four-nil (4-0) on Saturday, with former Bulawayo Chiefs midfielder, Shadreck Nyahwa capped off a fine individual performance with a brace.
Caps United continue to struggle to find a winning formula after settling for another share of the spoils following a one-all draw with Harare City.
Without Leeroy Mavhunga, Ian Nyoni and Phenias Bhamusi, who missed the match due to injury, Makepekepe failed to create more chances for the impressive Ishmael Wadi who scored his third goal in two matches.
Dynamos lead group One with four points, while Caps, Harare City, ZPC Kariba and Herentals are all on two points with Yadah anchoring the log standings with a point.
It was a weekend of draws in Bulawayo as Chicken Inn and Highlanders played out a goalless draw at Barbourfields stadium on Sunday after Bulawayo City drew two-all with Bulawayo Chiefs a day earlier.
Chicken Inn and Bosso are on four points, while Bulawayo Chiefs and City have a point each.
In Mutare, Tenax collected their first set of three points after they edged struggling Manica Diamonds, two-one (2-1) at Sakubva Stadium.
The battle of army sides Black Rhinos and Cranborne Bullets ended in a stalemate, leaving the two teams on four points, with Tenax on three points while Manica Diamonds are singing the blues without a point.