|Matabeleland Warriors seek revenge|
|Friday, 22 June 2012 18:13|
Harare Sports Club (HSC) will be hoping to cling on to pole position when they clash with Matabeleland Warriors at Hartsfield rugby grounds, in a weekend where other teams will be battling for glory in national rugby league action.
With HSC unbeaten this season, Saturday’s showdown is expected to produce fireworks given that Matabeleland Warriors will be looking for revenge after losing to HSC in the first round of matches.
Another encounter slated for Hartsfield will see Western Panthers clashing with Old Hararians.
Old Hararians could move second in the event they overcome Panthers and Harare Sports Club wins.
The Midlands will also play host to the weekend’s action with Gweru clashing with Old Miltonians.
In the only match that will be played in Harare, Old Georgians host whipping boys, Air Force.
After crashing to a 30-29 defeat to Harare Sports Club in their last encounter, Old Georgians will be looking to run riot when they clash with Air Force who languish at the bottom of the table after losing all their encounters.