CAPS United’s title push remained on course after overcoming a battling Bulawayo City in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.
Hwange FC were left stunned after losing to new boys Mutare City Rovers in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at the Colliery Stadium yesterday.
ADRIAN Silla scored his first goal for Highlanders to help the Bulawayo giants record their first Castle Lager Premier Soccer League win over ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday to maintain pole position on the table.
Zimbabwe tennis high-flying brothers, Benjamin and Courtney Lock, failed to make it two titles in as many weeks after they lost in straights sets to top seeds Hugo NYS and Andrea Vavassori in the ITF F1 Futures tournament doubles final and Harare Sports Club yesterday.
HOW MINE striker Kuda Musharu scored five minutes from full-time as the miners rescued a point against Chapungu in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Ascot yesterday.
Highlanders coach Erol Akbay believes his lack of knowledge of his rivals in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League is working in his favour, ahead of his side’s clash with ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow afternoon. (more…)
The Harare City and Dynamos clash this afternoon pits two sides that are desperate to convince everyone and more so themselves that they are finally on the right track in their campaigns which started rather ominously.
HIGHLANDERS’ striker Knox Mutizwa will feature in his last match for the Bulawayo giants as they host ZPC Kariba on Sunday before leaving to join South African Premier Soccer League club Bidvest Wits for pre-season preparations ahead of the start of the South Africa’s 2016-2017 Absa Premiership season.
Harare Premier Soccer League giants Caps United have rubbished talk that midfielder Archford Gutu is on his way out of the club as the midseason transfer window draws close, with rivals Dynamos believed to be chasing the player’s signature.
NATIONAL Football Association of Zimbabwe (Nafaz) president Philip Chiyangwa was yesterday grilled by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Sport over his decision to dissolve the debt-ridden Zifa, but maintained that what they had done was necessary and above board.