A Top 8 finish will be a bonus for the struggling Mochudi Centre Chiefs looking at what the club is going through this season. This dream was dealt a blow by Extension Gunners that walloped them 2-0 in their BTC Premiership encounter over the weekend. The defeat saw the Kgatleng side relegated to position nine on the log table with 34 points. Mathematically Chiefs may have a chance to break into the Top 8 bracket but it will take determination to attain this. For Gunners, the win placed them in position four on the log table with 42 points. Gunners have over the years been known as a team that always fight to avoid relegation but this season it is way top of the table. With the title not in their side Gunners will be hoping to hold on to the top 8 finish. In other matches log leaders Jwaneng Galaxy were held to a 2-all draw by Black Forest. Galaxy are top of the log with 57 points, four points ahead of Township Rollers who have two games in hand. Police XI suffered yet another loss after re-appointing Sthanda Mogwadi as their coach, replacing Maitumelo Lotlaamoreng. Police lost 2-1 to Gaborone United. Gilport Lions in another match beat BDF XI 2-1 in the match that was played on Sunday. Mahalapye United Hotspurs got a 5-3 hammering from Security Systems. The loss sealed United’s relegation. In Serowe Orapa United beat Miscellaneous 2-1 to maintain position 3 on the log table. Township Rollers did not play as they travelled to Gulubane to pay the final respect for their departed player Gofaone Tiro who was laid to rest on Saturday.