CAPS United are the 2016 Castle Lager Premiership title after beating Chapungu 1-0 amassing a record with 63 points two points more than second placed FC Platinum who beat Tsholotsho 3-0.
Makepekepe started well with Simba Nhivi scoring within two minutes of play when he as he netted a loose ball and scored with his second try.
CAPS United continued to dominate for most of the half as Chapungu were restricted for most of the first half.
Tafadzwa Rusike was a constant menace on the wing as CAPS United pressed despite the wet windy conditions.
Halftime came with CAPS leading 1-0.
CAPS picked up where they left off in the second half with Ngodzo’s shot came quite close after play resumed.
In the 52nd minute Nhivi had the ball in the back of the net but the effort was ruled out for offside.
As the game progressed Chapungu imposed themselves more into the game and caused a couple of anxious moments by CAPS United held on.
Ronald Pfumbidzayi and Dominic Chungwa had great chances to add more goals but the one goal was enough for CAPS United to clinch a first title since 2005. Its CAPS United fifth league title in its history and walk away with $100 000 in prize money.