Here are the five takeaways from Castle Lager Premiership Match-day 22 action played over the weekend.
Shabanie on the bottom
Shabanie Mine moved to the bottom of the table after losing 2-1 to Mutare City on Sunday. The Chinda Boys have 15 points from 22 games.
Glamour Boys return to winning ways
Dynamos picked their first victory in the second half of the season after beating ZPC Kariba 1-0 on Sunday. Dembare had last won in June against Nichrut.
Mutare City end winless streak
Mutare City Rovers ended their 13-game winless run after beating Shabanie Mine 2-1 on Sunday. Rovers also moved from the bottom of the log to 16th position.
FCP open four-point gap
FC Platinum opened a four-point gap during the weekend following their victory over Chapungu. The Zvishavane side is now on 52 points while second-placed Ngezi Platinum are on 48.
Twenty-minute delays in two encounters
The game between Chicken Inn and Ngezi had a twenty-minute delay after Madamburo refused to get on the field in protest over assistant referee who was taking charge of the match. Also in Harare, the Herentals – Caps United tie started twenty minutes late after the home team refused entry into the stadium of the Green Machine’s team bus.