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Dynamos players celebrate their goal.

Dynamos snatch point from Hwange

HWANGE coach Nation Dube blamed a “gift” goal to Dynamos by his defenders as they were forced to settle for a draw against the defending champions in a Castle Lager Premiership football match played at the Colliery yesterday.

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Pasuwa gets his cash

KALISTO Pasuwa finally received ‘something’ from the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) on Saturday as part of an agreement reached with the supreme sports body that saw the coach eventually travelling with the Warriors to the Comoros on Saturday.

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Zimbabwe rugby team players (from left) Hilton Mudariki, Biselele Tshamala and Boyd Rouse in action against Tunisia on Saturday

Mandenge lauds Sables

ZIMBABWE rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge believes Saturday’s bruising encounter against a physical Tunisian side was the ideal preparation they needed ahead of next month’s Africa Cup title decider against Namibia in Windhoek.

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Warriors in training in at Rufaro Stadium yesterday

Rise and rise of Takwara

PLUCKED from the obscurity of lowly Castle Lager Premier Soccer League new outfit Tsholotsho FC, by Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa defensive midfielder Gerald Takwara has emerged as one of the rising football stars in the country.

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Knox Mutizwa (in front ) celebrates his opener against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday

10-man Triangle hold Highlanders

A 10-MAN Triangle put up a classy show to salvage a point when they held Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that marked the end of the first half of the season at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

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Dynamos coach Kalisto Pasuwa walks with Highlanders boss Kelvin Kaindu before the start of the last match between the two giants on June 23 this year

Kaindu returns to Barbourfields

FOLLOWING his abrupt exit from Highlanders last October, Zambian gaffer Kelvin Kaindu returns to Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday to face his former club, another tough test for Bosso’s Bongani Mafu in seven days as the Castle Lager Premiership first half closes.

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