DEBUTANTS Zanaco have gone top of the Division One Automotive Futsal League after a two-nil win over Blue Bombers.
The bankers entered week two sitting fifth on the log table but the merciless win against Bombers, who are yet to register a win, pushed them to the top.
Pioneer Avengers is another team that has continued from where they left in week one, with another emphatic win against AJ United.
Avengers walked out of the futsal arena with an 8-1 win to send them second on the league table with six points, level with the leaders but only second due to an inferior goal difference.
Lilanda Bullets are sitting third on the log with six points, also in that position because of the goal difference.
Other results saw DS Academy pick up points against Veterans with a 10-4 victory, while Christian Academy ‘baptised’ Tamanga with a narrow 2-1win.
To complete the fixtures in the division was BS Stars who emerged with a 6-3 victory against Bill FC.
In the Automotive Super Division league, Kitwe Bullets has gone top of the table with six points after a 9-1 win over CSS Petauke.
Bullets share points with LSK Automotive who posted a 6-0 win over DS Isoka, but the superior goal difference favours them for now.
Kabwe KLine seem to have continued with their winning ways, with a 4-3 victory against Siavonga Beetles who are yet to test victory in the league.
The win for KLine puts them third on the table with six points, same as the leaders but separated by goal difference.
Other results in the 10-team league saw the young stars, Monze Goerge, fail to pick up points for the second time against Chipata Boys when they succumbed to a 1-3 loss that sent them 8th on the league table, while Chipata are fifth with three points.
Livingstone Pirates sent Kafue Saints into the relegation zone with a 4-1 win on Saturday as they completed week two fixtures.