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Harare Junior Open Sponsorship Unveiled

THE Harare Metropolitan Tennis Board yesterday signed a five-year contract with biscuit manufacturers, Arenel, who have come on board to sponsor the Harare Junior Open tournament scheduled to start tomorrow. Arenel, through their brand of Wimbledon biscuits, agreed to bankroll the competition for the next...
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Limping Harare City Face Dynamos

HARARE City, staggering from one defeat to another, date champions Dynamos in a must win Castle Lager premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Bigboy Mawiwi’s men had a miserable start to the 2014 campaign, suffering three successive defeats in three matches amid...
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Methembe to Replace Gorowa?

METHEMBE Ndlovu is being earmarked to replace Ian Gorowa as Warriors coach who is yet to sign a deal with the Zifa board to guide the Warriors during their 2015 Nations Cup qualifiers. Sources told The Herald last night that Methembe, who took Highlanders to...
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Five Apply for Vacant Sables Manager’s Post

ZIMBABWE Rugby Union (ZRU) will this week hold interviews for the vacant position of senior rugby team manager. Five candidates are believed to have shown interest in the position that fell vacant following the resignation of Losson Mutongwiza after allegations of racism arose. The candidates...
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Mushekwi Back in South Africa

ZIMBABWE international striker Nyasha Mushekwi is back in South Africa on an early break, as he continues with his rehabilitation following an injury he suffered earlier this year. Mushekwi suffered a knee injury in February, while playing for his Belgian club KV Oostende in Belgium....
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Streak Keeps Dreams Alive

VETERAN Denis Streak is through to the Singles semi-finals of the Nationals Bowls tournament currently underway at Hillside Bowling Club. Streak, a former Zimbabwe captain, feels he has a good chance of winning the tournament. He beat Toni Evercroft, Timothy Machisa and Mark Fieldus in...
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