Black Mambas romped to their 3rd consecutive victory to steer clear of the bottom three, when they beat Shabanie Mine 1-0 in week 13 of the domestic premiership.
Black Mambas had failed to register a win in their first 10 games of the domestic premiership.
Warumwa Warumwaâ€™s victory, which saw them climb from the bottom 3, denied their opponents Shabanie Mine an opportunity to move within 2 points of log leaders Motor Action.
Reigning league champions, Gunners Football Club reduced the 11 point gap between them and log leaders Motor Action to 8 points when they beat FC Victoria 2-1 at Mucheke, to condemn the Masvingo based outfitâ€™s winless streak to 11 games with relegation danger lights starting to flash in their direction.
In Bulawayo, bottom-placed Bantu Rovers played out a goalless draw with Hwange at Hartsfield grounds.
Meanwhile, action in the domestic premiership resumes on Tuesday with second-placed Dynamos looking to dislodge Motor Action at the summit of the log standings at least for 24 hours when they clash with Douglas Warriors at Rufaro.
On Wednesday, premiership leaders Motor Action take on Caps United in what promises to be a classic, while Kiglon host poor travellers Highlanders at Gwanzura.Â
Eagles and Lengthens will clash in Wednesdayâ€™s other encounter at Rufaro.Â