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Herentals compound Ngezi woes

The mid-season break seems to have made no difference for Ngezi Platinum who began the second half of the season with a shock defeat to Herentals, their fourth on the trot, in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at the National Sports Stadium yesterday. BY GARISH PHIRI Herentals……………….. (1) …

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Scott Vincent solid in Asia

Zimbabwe’s highest-ranked professional golfer Scott Vincent has been in great form since his fourth-place finish at the BMW SA Open early this year and has carried that through to the Asian Tour where he currently occupies 11th place on the tour’s Order of Merit standings. Sunshine Tour After 10 events …

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Peter de Villiers sticks to his guns

SABLES coach Peter de Villiers’ decision to build the nucleus of his current squad around locally-based players and his unwillingness to fuse in players plying their trade beyond the country’s borders has stirred a lot of debate within local rugby circles in recent weeks. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO The debate has …

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ZPC shock FC Platinum

Champions FC Platinum’s winning streak was brought to a screeching halt after falling to a shock defeat at the hands of a resurgent ZPC Kariba at Mandava Stadium yesterday. BY TERRY MADYAUTA ZPC Kariba………………………….(1)(2) FC Platinum………………………..(0)(1) The loss was the Zvishavane-based side’s second loss of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer …

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Emotional return for Zvirekwi

Former Warriors captain Hardlife Zvirekwi made an emotional return to Premier Soccer League football since he had his left hand amputated following a car crash four months ago with an 87th minute substitute appearance in CAPS United’s nil-all draw against Harare City at Rufaro Stadium yesterday. By Munyaradzi Madzokere Harare …

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Mashingaidze strikes again

Former Zifa CEO Jonathan Mashingaidze has challenged the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) to swiftly move to avert what he refers to as “election fraud” by Zifa president Phillip Chiyangwa ahead of the polls set for December this year. By Sports Reporter In a letter dated July 2, addressed to …

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Sables lose again

Zimbabwe’s 2019 IRB Rugby World Cup hopes have virtually died after the Sables succumbed to a 18-14 loss to hosts Tunisia in a crucial Gold Cup encounter in Beja yesterday. By Sports Reporter Zimbabwe have failed to win three of their Gold Cup fixtures this year following a home draw …

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Sables in doomed run

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor JUST like last year, Zimbabwe have found themselves in familiar territory, with the Sables crumbling story changing from a possible 2019 World Cup dream to the grim prospects of Rugby Africa Gold Cup relegation. That is the reality that confronts Peter De Villiers and his …

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Mutuma scores brace on return

Lovemore Kadzura, in Rusape Mutare City Rovers . . . .. . . 0 Nichrut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(1) 2 SELF-PROCLAIMED prince of Zimbabwean football Roderick Mutuma was the hero yesterday when he scored a brace on his return …

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