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Crocker named in Ben Hogan Award Watch List

United States-based Zimbabwean Sean Crocker is among 28 collegiate golfers named on the watch list for the 2017 Ben Hogan Award following a remarkable 2016 season both individually and for the University of Southern California (USC) golf team. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO The 20-year-old rising star, who is the son of …

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Gorowa, Kasinauyo, Dube bans lifted

Zifa president, Philip Chiyangwa yesterday announced the lifting of suspensions of five football personalities – including Ian Gorowa and Edzai Kasinauyo – but Highlanders chairman, Peter Dube remains sanctioned, with his case having been referred to the review committee. BY FORTUNE MBELE Former Warriors coach Ian Gorowa Gorowa, former Warriors …

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Mwerahari dumps DeMbare for ZPC Kariba

Premier Soccer League giants, Dynamos have been dealt another blow, with defender, Obey Mwerahari, dumping the club in favour of a return to ZPC Kariba. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA Mwerahari missed training for three days and it emerged yesterday he had found a new home at ZPC Kariba. An informed source …

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Chafa warns against complacency

CAPS United midfielder, Devon Chafa, yesterday warned his side against complacency when they face Lesotho champions Lioli FC in the Caf Champions League first round first leg match this afternoon. BY HENRY MHARA IN MASERU, LESOTHO Chafa, who in 2013 was part of the Dynamos squad that lost to Lesotho …

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Kurt Zouma heaps praise on Chelsea teammate N’Golo Kante

By Own Correspondent N’Golo Kante has made more tackles than anyone else in the Premier League   CHELSEA defender Kurt Zouma has heaped praise on N’Golo Kante, who has quickly become a favourite among the players and fans of the club. Kante, who signed for Chelsea at the start of …

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Warriors Fall Despite Afcon Show

Zimbabwe national soccer team, The Warriors. THE complexity of the FIFA rankings came into question again yesterday when the Zimbabwe Warriors plunged down the ladder despite the team distinguishing itself in holding Algeria at the 2017 Nations Cup finals. The Warriors, who were drawn in the so-called Group of Death …

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