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Warriors captain Ovidy Karuru (centre) is challenged by Mozambican Abilio Moucuona during their Cosafa Castle Cup match at the Moruleng Stadium, Rustenburg in South Africa on Monday evening

Mhofu demands more

THOSE who have played under and worked with Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa would testify that he is a tough man and very difficult to please.

Yadah FC captain Jimmy Dzingai (second from left) leads his team’s celebrations after opening the scoring against Caps United at Morris Depot in Harare yesterday

Chitembwe hints at quitting

CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has hinted he might be forced to reconsider his future after the Zimbabwean football champions suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Yadah FC in a Castle Lager Premiership match at Morris Depot in Harare yesterday.

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BBA League in expansion drive

THE newly-elected Bulawayo Basketball Association (BBA) board is considering enlisting academies into their league programme for the 2017/2018 season and spreading the game to the western suburbs when the league starts after the National Youth Games in August.

Elroy Akbay

Bosso set panel to try suspended coaches

HIGHLANDERS have set up a three-man disciplinary committee within the Premiership football club’s membership to hear the cases of suspended assistant coach Amini Soma-Phiri and goalkeepers’ coach Cosmas Zulu.


Tigers dominate Craven, Academy Week squads

PRINCE Edward School’s rugby team has been rewarded for its impressive start to the season after contributing the highest number of players in the Old Mutual Zimbabwe squads for the Under-18 Coca-Cola Craven Week and Academy Week tournaments to be held at St Stithians College in Johannesburg, South Africa, from July 17 to 22.

Warriors midfielder Liberty Chakoroma (right) tussles for possession with a Mozambican player during the Cosafa Cup Group B encounter in Rustenburg, South Africa, yesterday

Warriors slay Mambas

ZIMBABWE made their intentions of winning this year’s Cosafa Cup crystal clear, with an awe-inspiring performance to subdue a battling Mozambique in the two football teams’ opening Group B match at Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.

Sables coach Cyprian Mandenge

Good start, but hard work awaits: Mandenge

ZIMBABWE senior rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge says he was pleased with his team’s character after they secured a crucial 28-16 win against Senegal in their opening match of the expanded Rugby Africa Gold Cup at the Ibar Mar Diop Stadium in Dakar on Saturday.

Teenage Hadebe

Hadebe leaves for Kaizer Chiefs

WARRIORS and Chicken Inn defender Teenage Hadebe is leaving the country today for South Africa for Premiership football giants Kaizer Chiefs’ pre-season preparations ahead of 2017-2018 season.

Tafadzwa Rusike

Rusike boost for Caps United

ZIMBABWEAN football champions Caps United have been boosted by the return to fitness of some of their stars including Tafadzwa “Fire” Rusike and goalkeeper Jorum Muchambo, as they face off against Yadah FC in a Castle Lager Premiership match at Morris Depot this afternoon.


Zifa sued over artificial turf storage

THE Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) has been taken to the High Court by a local company, Manica Africa, trading as Manica Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd, which is seeking to recover over $16 500 for the handling and storage facilities offered to the country’s soccer governing body for its artificial turf six years ago.

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