THE Bulawayo Pool Association (BPA) mid-seasona��s month-long player transfer window is set to open on Sunday 3 July after Premier and Division One week 15 matches set for 2 July.
a�?Our month-long mid-season transfer window will open on 3 July. The transfer window period will close on the first week of August. During the player transfer break, we are expecting to see those willing formally moving from one club to another,a�? said BPA publicity secretary Farai Nyandoro.
He added that during the course of the break, the association would hold its extra ordinary general meeting.
a�?While clubs will be busy on the market during the transfer break, as an association we will also hold our extra ordinary general meeting at a date and venue yet to be announced. However, we would like to commend all the clubs for playing the first half of the season in good spirit,a�? said Nyandoro.
On Saturday, action enters match day 14 in both the associationa��s Premier and Division One Leagues.
Week 13 saw four premier league sides Kings, Exchange, Entumbane and Archers post two-figure margins against Raylton, Ace Lounge, Black Eagles and Maisons respectively.
Interestingly, Kings, Exchange and Entumbane beat their last weekendsa�� opponents by an 11-3 identical score-line while Archers walloped Maisons 10-4.
Golden Lions and Masters had a share of the spoils after playing to a seven-all draw. Egodini upset West Commonage 9-5.
In the Division One A league, Nkulumane Complex continued to tumble after going down 5-9 to UBH. The former log leaders now sit on position five.
Dragons edged Ntabeni 8-6 to move to second place and pile pressure on log leaders ZPC.
Munyoro Community overcame Skittle Inn 8-6 while Mpilo DQ shocked Nkulumane PC 10-4 to record their third win of the season.
In the Division One B League, Mnethi Gunners beat 13th Avenue, a development that saw them move to second position on the table while Zues Chinyoka led Donnington got the biggest win of week 13 after they massacred hapless Shumba 12-2.