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DeMbare seek Amidu return

DYNAMOS have launched a bid to woo back unsettled FC Platinum Brett Amidu (right), and the midfielder is one of the big name players on the team’s ambitious wish list as they seek a turn of fortunes in the second half of the season. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA The Glamour Boys …

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Chevrons Crash to Heaviest T20 Defeat

A double century opening partnership, and a record Twenty20 international score of 172 by Australia captain Aaron Finch, powered Australia to a comprehensive 100-run victory in the third match of the T20 Tri-series at Harare Sports Club yesterday. It was also Zimbabwe’s heaviest defeat in Twenty20I. Zimbabwe only appeared to …

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SOUTHGATE DOESN’T WANT TO GO HOME

MOSCOW. — England manager Gareth Southgate said he “doesn’t want to go home” as he called on his young side to build on their penalty shoot-out victory over Colombia in the Soccer World Cup last 16 on Tuesday night. After a second-half penalty gave Harry Kane his sixth goal of …

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Zim Moves On Inf World Rankings

By Ellina Mhlanga National senior netball team coach, Lloyd Makunde, says Zimbabwe’s continued improvement on the International Netball Federation world rankings is a morale-booster for the side set to compete in the Africa Championships next month in Zambia. Zimbabwe moved two places up in the latest INF world rankings based …

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Sibanda rallies Cheetahs

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor FORMER Zimbabwe international Gerald Sibanda has rallied the Cheetahs to showcase their mettle when they compete at the Rugby Sevens World Cup in San Francisco later this month. The World Cup tourney is scheduled for the AT&T Park in San Francisco, United States, from July …

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Govt Praises ICC Support

By Robson Sharuko Government has said it values the support of the International Cricket Committee towards Zimbabwe Cricket and commits itself to the development of the game in the country. Zimbabwe achieved a major boardroom victory at the weekend when the country averted a possible suspension from the ICC with …

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Sables get down to business

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor AFTER weathering the storm that characterised their arrival in Tunis, Zimbabwe’s Sables got down to business yesterday as they resumed preparations for their Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash against Tunisia on Saturday. Following the debacle which started at Cartage Airport in Tunisia and grabbed global …

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Shabanie faces player exodus

Mukudzei Chingwere Sports Reporter BELEAGUERED Premiership side Shabanie Mine are struggling to hold onto key personnel ahead of the resumption of the campaign this weekend with at least nine players having notified the club of their intention to leave. The financially-troubled club have been struggling to meet their fiscal obligations …

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Hell in Tunisia

By Petros Kausiyo Rugby Africa and Tunisia Rugby were yesterday forced to apologise to their Zimbabwean counterparts after the North Africans, in an act plucked from hell, detained the Sables at Cartage Airport for six hours on Monday night before booking them into a sub-standard lodge which the team rejected. …

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Top local Moto-X riders for SA series

Collin Matiza Sports Editor FOUR of Zimbabwe’s top junior and senior motocross riders are expected to fly the country’s flag high when they compete in Round Four of the 2018 South African National Championship series at Terra Topia Dirk Bike Club just outside Johannesburg on Saturday. The riders are Emmanuel …

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