By Mutare Correspondent
Luke Petros Jukulile who now plays his managerial trade with a newly faced Tenax Fc side got off to a smiling start as his correctional services side saw off Ruwa on Saturday.
With Mutare City Rovers and Buffaloes having won their respective games Tenax had to go for nothing but three points.
While talking to this publication Luke Petros Jukulile said that the game against Ruwa was tight in the first phase but the first goal released some pressure.
“The game was good but playing a young and determined Ruwa always gave us nerves in the first half. Great appreciation to our players for a resolute fight, managing to deal with every situation to disable Ruwa.”
The two goals that created the difference between two sides came courtesy of striker Raymond Horonga and Malvern Dumbumbura.
Jukulile added,” We can’t talk much about the teams as it is too early game. To us it’s a good start, on journey of many games to be played ,thanks to goals from Raymond Horonga in that first half and the other from Malvern Dumbumbura.”
Tenax are a new faced side having merged with other correctional services side including Whawha.
Tenax face Masvingo United next this week in a game that promises fireworks. Ruwa will be looking for their first three points for this year’s edition as they play Midway.
Meanwhile Mutare nemesis Mutare City Rovers got the better of Grayham Fc thanks to a solitary penalty strike by veteran striker Steven Sibanda.
Buffaloes saw off Bikita Minerals in a 2 nill scoreline.
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