Romans set to retain top spot against Zama

Mogan Segadavan

YOUNG Romans will favour their chances of retaining their position at the top of the Zafa Premier League when they play Zama-Zama on the Wolfson C field tomorrow.

In their last match the log-leaders scored an easy 3-1 win over Juventus while Zama were thrashed 4-2 by Young Professionals. Brazil Brothers, who slipped from third to fourth after losing to Nubs, should score a morale-boosting win when they meet Ghetto X1 who lost 4-2 to Eleven Angels last week.

Angels (third on the log) should have an easy match against Leeds United who were hammered 4-0 by Bubs in their last fixture.

Fixtures: Wolfson C Field – Golden Brothers v Continental Express, Nubs v United Comrades, Ghetto X1 v Brazil Brothers, Seven United v Dynamos. Wolfson B Field – Santos v Young Professionals, Zama-Zama v Young Romans, Juventus v Bubs, Eleven Angels v Leeds.

IKAMVA Movers should carry too many guns for Milan Stars when they clash in a Mofa Build It Premier league fixture tomorrow.

Movers were in great form last week, scoring nine goals with just two against in their double-header.

Tomorrow: Manchester United v Shining Stars, Milan Stars v Ikamva Movers, Tomorrow Stars v Valencia, Liverpool v Highland Spurs, Young Romans v Lion Stars, Tottenham Spurs v Young Madrid.

Sunday: Real Strikers v Young Ideas, Crystal Palace v Subs, Real Aces v Young Tigers.

SHINING Stars should score another big win tomorrow when they play Real Crusaders in a Zwifa Premier League match.

Last week, Stars thrashed Morning Stars 6-1 while Crusaders were thumped 5-2 by Real Dodgers. After struggling to get their league programme off the ground, Zwifa will hopefully have a full round of fixtures this weekend.


Tomorrow: Morning Stars v Soweto Angels, Manchester City v Umanyano Stars, Real Dodgers v Zwide Pirates, Little Birds v Swartkops United, Gal City v Golden Aces, Major Chiefs v Strikers United, Kuyasa United v Zwide Celtics, Real Crusaders v Shining Stars