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Fired up Dynamos Too Good For Minnows Dongo Sawmills

Dynamos have so far scored five goals without conceding any against their opponents.

Dynamos have continued their winning streak in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.

The Glamour Boys on Friday beat Dongo Sawmills 1-0 at their new home ground, Rufaro Stadium in Harare.

A goal by Ronald Chitiyo gave Dynamos maximum points and ensured the popular Harare club remains not only unbeaten but also at the top of the Premier Soccer League table.

Dynamos have so far scored five goals without conceding any against their opponents.

Coach David Mandigora has paid tribute to his players for their fine start to the season.

While Dynamos are celebrating the same cannot be said of their neighbours Caps United who yesterday failed to fulfill their game against How Mine after the players boycotted the game over unpaid sign on fees.

The Premier Soccer League is expected to make a decision on the match but chances are that How Mine will be awarded the match on a 2-0 goal scoreline.

Caps United fans who travelled to Bulawayo and were disappointed that the team did not make it to the match venue. One of them is Lesley Negomo.

Peter Muzanenhamo was also not happy about the abandoned game.

Fans who paid to watch the game were not refunded as the match was abandoned.

There was, however, good news for Saul Chaminuka’s ZPC Kariba as they remained unbeaten after overcoming Buffaloes 4-2 at Gwanzura Stadium.

Also on the winning side were Highlanders who scored one goal past Hwange for their second win of the season following a 1-0 victory over Tsholotsho Pirates last weekend.

Todays’ other results were as follows: Hwahwa 1, Harare City 1; Chicken Inn 1, Tsholotsho Pirates 0; Triangle 2, Chapungu 0.

The Premier Soccer League has lined up a bumper Easter football programme that runs up to Monday when the National Sports Stadium hosts the big Harare derby between Caps United and Dynamos.