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Hwange shock Herentals

Dube said his gamble of keeping his star man Makopa on the bench only to introduce him later in the second half when “Herentals had been worn out” worked perfectly well.
By Henry Mhara May. 26, 2023

Dembare, Herentals in ill-tempered circus

A group of Herentals substitutes stormed the Dembare dugout to retrieve the match ball, which the Glamour Boys had kept since the ball boys were taking their time to throw the ball back into play.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere May. 14, 2023

Mapeza threatens to quit

Throughout the game, Mapeza could be seen gesturing to the fourth official over every decision that went against his players.
By Henry Mhara May. 2, 2023

Herentals claim first win, Sheasham draw again

Both goals scored in the second half, with Tinaye Tsimba scoring for Sheasham, his second goal of the season.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere and Terry Madyauta Apr. 16, 2023

Six-goal thriller at the Baobab

Ngezi Platinum Stars coach Takesure Chiragwi was disappointed after the match.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Apr. 8, 2023

Benza expresses desire to see Herentals Queens in Africa

“The year 2022 was relatively successful for us as a club the Division 2 side which comprises current students, about 11 in the squad finished second.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Dec. 11, 2022

Chiefs clinch Chibuku Cup

They walked away US$75 000 richer, while Herentals picked a $50 000 cheque.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 21, 2022

Benza tipped to make it on Stars calendar

One such player is Herentals attacker Tino Benza who led his team to a respectable 48 points, an eighth-place finish and streets away from the relegation battles.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Nov. 17, 2022

US$1 gate charge for Chibuku Super Cup final

Fans will be asked to pay just a US$1 for a seat in the rest of the ground, US$2 for the VIP while the VVIP will be strictly for invited guests.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 8, 2022