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Weekend Sports Review

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Football
2012 CAF Orange African Cup of Nations qualifiers (Gabon and Equatorial Guinea)
Group A:
Saturday: Cape Verde Islands 1 Mali 0
Sunday: Liberia 1 Zimbabwe 1
Group B:
Sunday: Nigeria 2 Madagascar 0; Ethiopia 1 Guinea 4
Group C:
Sunday: Zambia 4 Comoros Islands 0;
Sunday: Mozambique 0 Libya 0
Group D:
Saturday: Morocco 0 Central African Republic 0
Group E:
Saturday:
Mauritius 3 Cameroon 0
Sunday: DR Congo 2 Senegal 4
Group F: Saturday: Gambia 3 Namibia 1
Group G: Saturday:
South Africa 2 Niger 0
Sunday:
Egypt 1 Sierra Leone 1
Group H:
Saturday: Ivory Coast 3 Rwanda 0
Sunday: Benin 1 Burundi 1
Group I: Saturday: Sudan 2 Congo 0, Sunday: Swaziland 0 Ghana 3
Group J: Saturday:
Guinea Bissau 1 Kenya 0, Uganda 3 Angola 0
Group K:
Saturday: Botswana 2 Togo 1, Tunisia 2 Malawi 2

Premier Soccer League
Saturday: Kiglon 1 Lengthens 1; Motor Action 2 Hwange 0
Sunday: Eagles 0 Shooting Stars 0, FC Victoria 0 Caps United 1; Bantu Rovers 0 Monomotapa 0; Douglas Warriors 0-1 Highlanders

International soccer friendly match
Zimbabwe Under 23 (2) South Africa Under 23 (4)
Division One
Northern Region
Saturday: Black Rhinos 1 Quick Turn 2; Air Zimbabwe Jets 4 Blue Swallows 2; Aces Youth Academy 0 Flame Lily 1; Cossy Rules 1 Highfield United 0; Simba Stars 0 Township Rangers 0; Dstv Rangers 0 Harare City 0
Sunday:
KC Feeds 0 Blue Ribbon 2
Southern Region
Saturday: Victoria Falls 0 Discovery 2; Zimbabwe Saints 1 ZUPCO 0; Quelaton 3 Mpumalanga 0; Railstars 2 New West City 0
Sunday: Kujatana 1 Discovery 0; Victoria Falls 1 Khami 2; Ntabazinduna 1 Sao Paulo 2; ZPC Hwange 4 Luveve Big XI 1

Central Region
Thursday: Border Strikers 0 Chapungu 0; Ziscosteel 1 BVM 1
Saturday: Air Stars 0 Mimosa 2; Silo United 1 Chapungu 3; McInn 0 Tongogara 1; BVM 0 Gweru Pirates 1
Sunday: Rutendo Stars 1 Chrome Stars 4; Hardbody 1 Border Strikers 0 (match abandoned in 50th minute)
Fixtures: Tomorrow
Ziscosteel vs CMED Justice (Torwood Stadium)

Eastern Region
Saturday: United Lions 6 Mutomba 0; Don Bosco 3 Renco Mine 0; Surrey 0 Mwenezana 0
Sunday: Gaza Gunners 0 Triangle 0; AMC 1 Lighter 0; Mutare United v Chiredzi; Zimanzi Masvingo 4 Buffaloes 4

National Rugby League
Western Panthers 19 Old Hararians 45; Old Miltonians 45 Harare Sports Club 24; Bulawayo Busters 29 District Dragons 37; Air Force 14 Mutare 10

Women’ League:
Bulawayo 0 Old Hararians 43, Airforce v Police
B League: At Manyame: Police 55 Old Hararians II 26, Red Lions 44 Mbare 15, Southern City 0 Mabvuku 25
International Sports News
Euro soccer 2012 qualifiers
Kazakhstan 0 – 3 Turkey; Belgium 0 – 1 Germany; Armenia 0 – 1 Ireland; Andorra 0 – 2 Russia; Slovakia 1 – 0 Macedonia; Faroe Islands 0 – 3 Serbia; Estonia 1 – 2 Italy; Slovenia 0 – 1
Northern Ireland; Romania 1 – 1 Albania; Luxembourg 0 – 3
Bosnia-Herzegovina; France 0 – 1 Belarus; Moldova 2 – 0 Finland
Sweden 2 – 0 Hungary; San Marino 0 – 5 Netherlands; Latvia 0 – 3 Croatia; Greece 1 – 1 Georgia
Montenegro 1 – 0 Wales; England 4 – 0 Bulgaria; Iceland 1 – 2 Norway; Portugal 4 – 4 Cyprus; Lithuania 0 – 0 Scotland; Liechtenstein 0 – 4 Spain

Tennis: US Open, Flushing Meadows: Dates: August 30 – September 12
Britain’s Andy Murray made a shock third-round exit at the US Open after suffering a dramatic slump against 25th seed Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland on Sunday.
The Swiss will play American 20th seed Sam Querrey in the last 16 after prevailing 6-7 (3-7), 7-6 (7-4), 6-3, 6-3.
Meanwhile Spaniard Rafael Nadal cruised past Gilles Simon with an emphatic 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 win to book his US Open fourth-round spot.

Motor GP
San Marino Grand Prix: Spain’s Dani Pedrosa won the San Marino MotoGP for Honda to take his fourth win of the season on Sunday.
However the race was overshadowed by the tragic death of 19- year-old Japanese rider Shoya Tomizawa in the preceding Moto2 event.
In the main feature, Pedrosa, (24) started from pole and never relinquished his grip on the race to score his fourth victory of the campaign ahead of overall leader Lorenzo

Rugby: Saturday:
Tri-Nations Series
South Africa 39-41 Australia

Cricket
Sunday
NatWest International Twenty20 Match
England: 129-5 (17, 1 overs)
Pakistan: 126-4 (20,0 overs)
England beat Pakistan by 5 wickets

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