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SPOILERS . . . Black Rhinos coach Josten Mambo Mathuthu (left) congratulates one of his players Milton Kureva after seeing them restricting Premiership champions Dynamos to a goalless draw at Rimuka yesterday

SPOILERS . . . Black Rhinos coach Josten Mambo Mathuthu (left) congratulates one of his players Milton Kureva after seeing them restricting Premiership champions Dynamos to a goalless draw at Rimuka yesterday

Sports Reporter
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CHAMPIONS Dynamos for the second year running failed to score a goal at Rimuka in a Castle Lager Premiership soccer match as they were held to another goalless draw by army side Black Rhinos.

And It was rather a point gained by Rhinos coach Jostein Mathuthu’s charges, who took over the hot seat last weekend, winning his first match against How Mine, now has four points in the bag as the army side try to steer away from the relegation zone.

However, Dynamos, remain second in the championship race after leaders Highlanders also shared spoils with How Mine in another stalemate as most teams had draws this weekend with only CAPS United, Triangle and Harare City winning their matches.

Teams
Black Rhinos: S. Mafukidze, C. Saimon, W. Chakanyuka, O. Gada, B. Homora, D. Mbewe, S. Matsangaise, W. Kapinda (N. Padzarondora 77th minute), B. Muzvondiwa (J. Mukombwe 89th minute), M. Kureva, L. Chiungwa (R. Machaya 89th minute).
Dynamos: A. Mukandi, B. Moyo, T. Magorimbo, T. Ndlovu, A. Mbara, S. Alimenda (D. Chafa 72nd minute), R. Chitiyo, T. Rusike (R. Madamombe 80th minute), M. Murape (P. Kumbula 64th minute), R. Mutuma, S. Sithole.

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