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BANTU ROVERS STARLETS US BOUND

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BANTU Rovers Football Club will send two players, goalkeeper, Nkosiphile Dube and midfielder Marvin Sibanda to the US on a football scholarship on August 19. BY FORTUNE MBELE The two play for Tshintsha Guluva’s Under-18s and the first team in the Zifa Southern Region Division One Soccer League, respectively. Dube and Sibanda are Lower Six students at St Columba’s in ...

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ZIM ‘A’ SUFFER INNINGS DEFEAT

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South Africa A 570 for 6 declared (Cook 143, van Zyl 133, Kuhn 108, M’shangwe 3-144) beat Zimbabwe A 356 (Masvaure 146, Phehlukwayo 5-62) and 133 (Ervine 23, Piedt 4-19) by an innings and 81 runs Bulawayo — Centuries from Stephen Cook, Heino Kuhn and Stiaan van Zyl and a five-for 62 from Andile Phehlukwayo exemplified South Africa A’s ruthlessness ...

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MIGHTY WARRIORS TARGET QUARTER FINAL BERTH

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MIGHTY Warriors coach Shadreck Mlauzi believes his team has a good chance to make an impression at the Rio Olympics, which run from August 05 to 21, despite their shambolic preparations for the tournament. BY HENRY MHARA The women’s national football team, who are in Group F together with Germany, Australia and Canada, only went into camp three weeks ago ...

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KHAMA BRILLIANT – WARRIORS STAR GETS ANOTHER AWARD

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High-flying Zimbabwe international Khama Billiat has bagged yet another award after being recently named the 2015-16 South African Premiership season Goal.com Player of the Season and underlined his status as the best footballer plying his trade in the ABSA top-flight this year.By Tedious Manyepo Billiat has been on top of his game in a memorable season in which he led ...

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MUKURUVA STAYS AS MAHACHI RETURNS TO SUNDOWNS

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DYNAMOS goalkeeper Tatenda Mukuruva is staying put at Dynamos until he finds a club which guarantees him game time. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA Mukuruva, who is also the Warriors goalkeeper, has reportedly attracted interest from a number of foreign clubs. He has recently been on trials with South African Premiership club Maritzburg United where he was assessed for a week. But ...

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JUNIOR SABLES FACE RIVALS NAMIBIA

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AFTER succumbing to a heavy defeat to a well-drilled GWK Griquas side on Wednesday, the Old Mutual Zimbabwe Under-18 rugby team will be hoping for a change of fortunes when they face rivals Namibia this morning in their final game of the Coca-Cola Craven Week at Kearsney College in Durban, South Africa. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO IN DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA Zimbabwe ...

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ZIMBABWE ASSEMBLES SECOND LARGEST OLYMPICS TEAM

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Just three weeks before the Rio Olympics roar into life, the Zimbabwe Olympics Committee (ZOC) says preparations for the world sport’s biggest showpiece are at an advanced stage. Zimbabwe is preparing to send the second largest Olympic team in history to represent the country in Brazil. BY TAWANDA TADERERA As many as 31 athletes have qualified for the Games, 11 ...

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MIGHTY WARRIORS IN OLYMPIC FITNESS FIX

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MIGHTY WARRIORS coach, Shadreck Mlauzi, is worried about his team’s match fitness, less than three weeks before they get their maiden Olympic dance underway with a date against Germany. By Ishemunyoro Chingwere Mlauzi’s charges will face the eight time European and two time world champions on August 3 followed by a date with Canada three days later. They round up ...

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CHARI WANTS SECOND BITE OF THE CHERRY

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BATSMAN Brian Chari not only let down himself down, but the nation as well, when he got his first bite at Test cricket. That was on his debut in the forgetful 0-3 series whitewash away to Bangladesh in 2014, posting scores of 25 and 4 in his first match, and made a pair (two ducks) in his second. By Brighton ...

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JUNIOR SABLES CRUMBLE

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THE Old Mutual Junior Sables ended their participation at this year’s Under-18 Coca-Cola Craven Week on a disappointing note with a loss to Namibia on the Osler Field at Kearsney College yesterday. It was a disappointing performance by Zimbabwe who beat Griquas Country Districts 16-9 in their opening match before they were drubbed 78-5 by Griquas in their second. By ...

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