Shingi Matibiri, Sports Reporter
HARARE – Trendsetting Ruyamuro Northern Region Soccer League side Golden Eagles have partnered with Tenga4Wena for the provision of food hampers to their squad.
Under the partnership, Tenga4Wena will provide the Golden Eagles first team with food hampers every month for all their dietary and nutritional needs.
Golden Eagles director of operations Muss Maramwidze said the partnership will help the players on their physical and mental strength.
“This partnership will go a long way in ensuring that our boys are in peak physical and mental condition,” said Maramwidze.
Eagles who are third on the log standings, held an open day for their academy at Ellis Robbins grounds at the weekend as they spread their wings for more budding professionals to join their nest.
The Joel Luphahla side who were on a bye at the weekend, return to action on Wednesday when they host CUMA Academy at Ellis Robbins stadium.
A win will see them leapfrog Simba Bhora into second position. Simba Bhora are not in action during the midweek as they are on a bye.
Log leaders Herentals U20 who have been impressive with their tactical organisation especially at the back, are away to Chegutu Pirates at Pfupajena stadium hoping to extend their lead at the top.
Cam & Motor will be fancying their chances for a second win of the season when they travel to Morris Sports Club for a date against fourth placed Black Mambas.
Karoi United, fifth on the log are at home against Commando Bullets while Banket United and Harare City Cubs battle it out at Kuwadzana stadium.
Trojan Stars entertain Chinhoyi Stars at Trojan Mine stadium while Ngezi Platinum Stars U19 hosts PAM FC at Baobab stadium.
On Thursday, Come Again and Golden Valley clash at Pfupajena stadium.