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Weekend Sports Preview


Weekend Sports Preview
Premier Soccer League (PSL)
Today: Motor Action v Gunners (Motor Action Sports Club), Eagles v Highlanders (Gwanzura).
Monday: Highlanders v Bantu Rovers (Barbourfields).

Tuesday: Kiglon v Dynamos (Rufaro).

BancABC quarter-finals
Today: Shooting Stars v CAPS United (Sakubva),
Tomorrow: Dynamos v Hwange (Rufaro).
Monday: Gunners v Lengthens (Rufaro) (quarter final replay)

Northern Region Division One
Today: DSTV Rangers v Highfield United (Dzivaresekwa), Quick Turn v Harare City (Glendale), Black Rhinos v Hunters (One Command), Kcee Feeds v Air Zimbabwe Jets (GMB
Tomorrow: Karoi United v Aces Youth Academy (Chikangwe), Simba Stars v Flame Lily (Wadzanai), Sporting Manhenga v Township Rangers (Chipadze), Cossy Rules v Blue Swallows (Rimuka Central Region Division One
Today: Mimosa v Border Strikers (Mandava Stadium), Air Stars v Gweru Pirates (Rutendo Stadium), Ziscosteel v Chapungu (Torwood Stadium), CMED Justice v Matela (Pelandaba Stadium)
Tomorrow: Hardbody v BVM Ascot)

Eastern Region Division One
Today: AMC V Renco Mine (Rhudhaka 3pm), United Lions v Buffaloes (Mucheke 1pm), Don Bosco v Chiredzi (Mucheke 3pm)
Tomorrow: Triangle v Mutomba (Gibbo Stadium 3pm), Hippo Valley v Mwenezana (Chishamiso Stadium 3pm), Surrey v Mutare United (Rhudhaka), Gaza v Zimanzi (Gaza Stadium 3pm)

National Rugby League
At Harare Sports Club: Air Force V Busters (3pm), Harare Sports Club v Old Hararians (4:45pm) B League: Mabvuku v Mbare (10am), Southern City v Police Defenders (11:30), Reds Lions v Old Hararians II (1pm) At Mutare Sports Club: Mutare v District Dragons (3pm) At Hartsfield: Old Miltonians v Western Panthers (4pm) Women’s League: Police Defenders v Air Force (2:30pm), Harare Sports Club v Old Hararians (2:45pm)

International Sport
Vodacom Tri-Nations
Today: New Zealand v Australia AMI Stadium Christchurch 0935 Australia will be hoping it is a case of unlucky 13th for New Zealand as they seek to end the All Blacks’ unbeaten run with victory in Christchurch and climb to second place in the IRB World Rankings in the process.
New Zealand made it 12 consecutive test wins with a 49-28 defeat of Australia in Melbourne last weekend and return home to the AMI Stadium for the second Bledisloe Cup match of 2010 hungry to not only retain that trophy but also wrap up the Tri Nations title as well on Saturday.
The All Blacks currently sit top of the standings with 15 points, 11 ahead of Australia with South Africa pointless after three heavy away defeats.
This means that another bonus point victory – with Australia not collecting a try or losing bonus point – will secure the Tri-Nations crown.

Golf: Today: Day 2 Bridgestone Invitational Akron Ohio (Dates: 5-8 August
Venue: Firestone Country Club)
Tiger Woods, a 14-time major winner is seeking a record eighth win at the Firestone Country Club but if he doesn’t come to the party his rival Phil Mickelson will top the rankings with a win or a top-four finish in Ohio if Woods finishes outside the top 37.
England’s Lee Westwood runner-up in two majors in 2010 can become number one with victory this week with Woods outside the top two.
Swimming: The ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships.
This year’s ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships which end today will decide the U.S. team roster for a number of international competitions in the next year, including the 2010 Pan Pacific Championships, the 2010 Junior Pan Pacific Championships, the 2010 FINA Short Course World Championships, the 2011 FINA World Championships and the 2011 World University Games.

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