Highlanders made just over $20 000 after their clash with Dynamos at Barbourfields last Sunday.

The match is traditionally seen as the biggest in Zimbabwean football and did not disappoint with a bumper crowd watching the match which Highlanders won 2-1.

Highlanders grossed $44 859 but after various deductions that included the SRC ,ZIFA ,PSL and ground levies were left with a net $20 185 according to figures released by the club.

Highlanders have been struggling financially with a ballooning debt and depend on gate takings as their major revenue earner like most local clubs.

Rental of Barbourfields stadium  was the highest cost with Highlanders paying $8971 to the Bulawayo City council.

The second highest cost was $3050 paid as levy to the PSL while ZIFA received $2691.