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Maguranyanga, Masibhera Prepare for IAAF Champs

By Collin Matiza UNITED States-based Zimbabwean track and field stars Kundai Maguranyanga and Cloud Masibhera are already preparing for the 2019 season in which they both hope to make it into Team Zimbabwe for the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar. Both Maguranyanga (20) and Masibhera (19) are on athletics …

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Bosso Edge Byo Chiefs

By Ricky Zililo Newman Sianchali’s goal at the stroke of full-time completed Highlanders’ second half comeback, leaving Bulawayo Chiefs players dejected after blowing a 2-0 first half lead. Despite losing to Highlanders, Chiefs survived relegation from the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League following Triangle United’s 4-2 win against Nichrut who …

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Yadah, Chapungu Seal Survival

By Mukudzei Chingwere After surviving relegation with one game to go, and having flirted with the dreaded chop for the better part of the campaign, Chapungu and Yadah are targeting a better Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season next year. The two teams fought out a draw at Ascot to …

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Chigowe’s Subs Rescue Dembare

By Tadious Manyepo Dynamos interim coach Lloyd Chigowe continued to make his case for consideration for a substantive role when he showed some tactical prowess at Rufaro yesterday to rescue a point and stretch the Harare giants’ unbeaten league run to five matches. After a poor start to the game …

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‘The nearly men’

EACH step forward they make is followed by another step back ward. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambga (centre) and his assistants Lloyd Mutasa (left) and Rahman Gumbo failed to come up with a strategy to kill the game and thrust Zimbabwe into the Afcon 2019 finals against Liberia …

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FC Platinum bank on experience

FC PLATINUM captain Petros Mhari believes the harsh lessons they learnt in their failed African Champions League adventure in the previous campaign have given them resolve as they bid to make a mark in the prestigious competition. BY TERRY MADYAUTA The platinum miners have failed to reach the lucrative group …

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Kamambo accuses Zifa of neglecting Warriors

ZIFA presidential aspirant Felton Kamambo has held the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) leadership responsible for the Warriors’ defeat to Liberia in an African Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier at the weekend, arguing the team was ill-prepared for the assignment. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA Kamambo, a former Zifa board member, is challenging …

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Nichrut Back to D1

By Oscar Rusenga Ten-man Triangle played their last game at home and finished in style relegating Nichrut back to Division One football with an emphatic win at Gibbo yesterday. Exactly a week after being crowned Chibuku Super Cup champions at the same venue, Triangle came into this match brimming with …

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Harare City Hornets maintain unbeaten run

HARARE City Hornets maintained their unbeaten run in the Harare Basketball Association (HBA) league, as they managed to shrug off stiff completion from Raiders HLF after winning 76-71 to cement their top spot over the weekend. BY GARISH PHIRI The council-owned team are yet to taste defeat since the commencement …

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Rhinos Edge Shabanie

By Ellina Mhlanga Black Rhinos coach Herbert Maruwa believes it is possible for his side to finish in the top six following yesterday’s win over relegated Shabanie Mine in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at the National Sports Stadium. Honey Chimutimunzeve was on target for the hosts in …

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