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Weekend Sports Review

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Premier Soccer League
Saturday: Lengthens 2 Douglas Warriors 0, Shooting Stars 0 Kiglon 2, Monomotapa 2 Motor Action 0
Sunday: Highlanders 1 Dynamos 2 (Match abandoned in added time), Gunners
1 Shabanie Mine 2, Hwange 3 FC Victoria 1, CAPS United 2 Mambas 0.

Cricket
Coca Cola Challenge One Day International (ODI) Series
Sunday: First One Day International
Edward Rainsford took four wickets and smashed the winning runs off the game’s last delivery to lead Zimbabwe to a tense two-wicket win over Ireland in the first one-day international on Sunday in Harare.

Rugby
Platinum International Sevens Tournament: Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace Rustenburg South Africa
The Zimbabwe Sevens rugby national team, the Cheetahs went all the way to the final of the International Cup section at the Platinum Sevens after going down 14- 36 to the Commonwealth bound South African Springbok Sevens team.
The developmental side the Goshawks won the bowls trophy 26-25 against Raiders RFC in the provincial section final in what was a nail biting contest.
Eight international teams, 16 South African provincial and club teams plus 32 school outfits took part in the tournament.

Football
Division One
Eastern Region
Saturday: AMC 1 Hippo Valley 1, Triangle 3 United Lions 2
Sunday: Mutomba 0 Zimanzi 0, Renco Mine1 Mutare United 1, Mwenezana 5 Chiredzi 1, Buffaloes 1 Gaza Gunners 0
Northern Region
Saturday: Quick Turn 1 Kcee Feeds 1, Blue Ribbon 1 Air Zimbabwe 0, Hunters 0 Blue Swallows 4
Sunday: Sporting Manhenga 0 Cossy Rules 1, Harare City 2 Flame Lily 1, DSTV 1 Simba Stars 1, Township Rangers v Karoi (Chinhoyi 1500)
Central Region
Saturday: Chapungu 2 Ziscosteel 0; Tongogara 0 Silo United 0; McInn 0 Rutendo Stars 0
Sunday: Border Strikers 1 Mimosa 0; Gweru Pirates 4 Air Stars 0; BVM 0 Hardbody 3; Mateta 4 CMED Justice 1

English Barclays Premier League
Saturday: Manchester City 1 Chelsea 0, Arsenal 2 West Bromwich Albion 3, Birmingham 0 Wigan 0, Blackpool 1 Blackburn 2, Fulham 0 Everton 0, Liverpool 2 Sunderland 2, West Ham 1 Tottenham 0
Sunday: Bolton 2 Manchester United 2, Wolverhampton 1 Aston Villa 2, Newcastle 1 Stoke City 2

Spanish La Liga
Saturday: Sporting Gijon 0 Valencia 2, Levante 0 Real Madrid 0, Athletic Bilbao 1 Barcelona 3
Sunday: Deportivo La Coruna 0 Almeria 2, Espanyol 1 Osasuna 0, Mallorca 2 Real Sociedad 0, Racing Santander 0 Getafe 1, Hercules 2 Sevilla 0, Atletico Madrid 1 Real Zaragoza 0

Italian Serie A
Saturday: AC Milan 1 Genoa 0, Roma 1 Inter Milan 0
Sunday: Cesena 1 Napoli 4, Bari 2 Brescia 1, Catania 1 Bologna 1, Chievo 0 Lazio 1, Fiorentina 2 Parma 0, Palermo 2 Lecce 2, Sampdoria 0 Udinese 0, Juventus 4 Cagliari 2

French Ligue One
Saturday: Auxerre 2 Nancy 2, Caen 0 Bordeaux 0, Lorient 2 Monaco 1, Marseille 2 Sochaux 1, Montpellier v Arles, Nice1 Rennes 0, Lyon 0 St Etienne 1
Sunday: Brest 1 Valenciennes 0, Toulouse 1 Lille 1, Lens 0 Paris Saint Germain 2
German Bundesliga
Saturday: Bayern Munich 1 Mainz 2, Eintracht Frankfurt 2 Nuremberg 0, Schalke 04 2 Borussia M’gladbach 2, St Pauli 1 Borussia Dortmund 3, VfB Stuttgart 1 Bayer Leverkusen 4, Werder Bremen 3 Hamburg 2
Sunday: Wolfsburg 2 SC Freiburg 1, FC Kaiserslautern 0 Hannover 96 1

Belgium Jupiler League
Saturday: AA Gent 2 St. Truiden 0, Anderlecht v KV Mechelen, Cercle Bruges
2 KV
Kortrijk 1, Charleroi 0 Lierse 1, Eupen 0 Lokeren 1, Genk 3 Zulte-Waregem 0, Westerlo 1 Standard Liege 2
Sunday: Germinal Beerschot 2 Club Bruges 1, Anderlecht 5 Mechelen 0

Formula One
Singapore Grand Prix Singapore, 24-26 September 2010 Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso held off Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel from start to finish to win a superbly hard-fought and eventful Singapore Grand Prix.
McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton failed to finish after colliding with the Red Bull of Mark Webber. Webber went on to finish third, ahead of Hamilton’s team-mate Jenson Button.
Alonso’s win lifts the Spaniard to second in the drivers’ championship just 11 points behind Webber, with Hamilton nine points adrift in third.
It was a fascinating and attritional grand prix, which may have marked a decisive turning point in the world championship.

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