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Follet-Smith assumes lead in Nac Pro-Am

Defending champion, Ben Follett-Smith made his intention to retain his National Aids Council (Nac) Pro-Am golf tournament crown clear after carding a 3-under-par 69-second round score to take control of the leader board with one more round to play at Royal Harare yesterday. BY MUNYARADZI MADZOKERE Follett-Smith is enjoying a …

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Nichrut warn Bosso ahead of clash

BULAWAYO football giants Highlanders have been warned to expect a tough battle when they meet Shurugwi-side Nichrut at Ascot Stadium tomorrow. BY TERRY MADYAUTA Nichrut lost 1-0 in the reverse fixture played at Babourfields Stadium, but coach John Nyikadzino is not reading much into that match. Nyikadzino is banking on …

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Shambling Sables in peril

Before the onset of the qualifiers, Sables fans would have envisioned their team fighting for the sole automatic ticket to the World Cup finals with Namibia and probably Kenya, but as the final of the Africa Gold Cup looms this weekend, the Zimbabwe 15s national side are staring at the …

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Zim loses its gem

The Zimbabwe national cricket team suffered a huge blow after losing one of its brightest emerging talents after fast bowler Blessing Muzarabani quit international cricket for a career in England, where he is believed to have penned a three-year contract with Nottinghamshire. BY FREEMAN MAKOPA Blessing Muzarabani The 21-year-old, who …

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Katsande would have hunted, again

Mukudzei Chingwere Sports Reporter FORMER Warriors captain Willard Katsande says he would have considered to come out of retirement and represent his country again if coach Sunday Chidzambwa felt he still had value to add to the team in its battles to try and qualify for the 2019 AFCON finals …

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Chitembwe takes professional approach

Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe says his men will not underrate any team as they face Herentals at Rufaro tomorrow. The Green Machine beat Black Rhinos 1-0 at the same venue last weekend. Herentals needed a miraculous comeback to score twice in time added on and …

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Roger Federer to play less

CINCINNATI. – Swiss tennis superstar Roger Federer, who turned 37 earlier this week, told reporters that in order to keep playing at the highest level he needed to be selective in which tournaments he plays to stay fit and competitive. Federer, ranked World No. 2 behind Spain’s Rafa Nadal, is currently …

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Rooney not on holiday

WASHINGTON. – With Major League soccer still buzzing over Wayne Rooney’s late-game exploits in DC United’s Sunday win over Orlando, the former England star said Tuesday he’s not in North America on holiday. “I understand people might get frustrated when they see players coming over maybe a bit later in their …

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Zimbabwe cricket loses its Blessing

Sports Reporter BLESSING MUZARABANI the lanky Zimbabwe cricket bowler whom some believe can rise to greatness, has opted out of international cricket for the next three years to play county cricket in England. Muzarabani was expected to make the team for the tour of South Africa and Bangladesh but he …

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Mutasa to unleash Denver

Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter DYNAMOS bad boy Denver Mukamba could be thrown into action against ZPC Kariba at Rufaro on Sunday as the star and his coach Lloyd Mutasa have found common ground. The two were involved in a nasty fallout at the start of the season due to the …

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