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RITCHIE RIDES WAVE OF CONFIDENCE INTO LUSAKA

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If breadth of smile were a measure of potential success in a golf tournament, JC Ritchie would be the runaway favourite for the Zambia Sugar Open which gets underway on Thursday at Lusaka Golf Club. Source: Sunshine Tour The 23-year-old broke through in last week’s 2017 Zimbabwe Open, claiming his maiden Sunshine Tour victory with a play-off triumph over Trevor ...

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ELEPHANT HILLS TO HOST NOMADS NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

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AFTER contributing to the successful hosting of the 2017 Zimbabwe Open Championship last week, members of the Nomads Golf Club of Zimbabwe shift their attention to the 36th edition of their annual national tournament, which takes place at Elephant Hills Golf Course in Victoria Falls from April 29 to May 1.BY DANIEL NHAKANISO This year’s edition of the tournament has ...

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ALL SET FOR CASTLE TANKARD

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Rock the Country heads a classy field which was unveiled in Harare yesterday for the 55th edition of the prestigious Castle Tankard. BY HENRY MHARA The race, to be run over 2 000 metres at Borrowdale Race Course, has been set for May 6, with 12 horses set to compete for $30 000. Rock the Country, which has switched stables from ...

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ZIM RISE UP NETBALL RANKINGS

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The Zimbabwe senior national netball team have moved to 16th in the latest International Netball Federation (INF) world rankings following their success at last month’s tri-nations tournament in Hong Kong.BY Sports reporter Zimbabwe reached the final where they beat the hosts 42-28. The tournament, which was held at the Kowloon Park Sports Centre between March 16 and 19, also featured ...

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DENMARK-BASED STARLET PONDERS DeMBARE MOVE

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DENMARK-BASED talented young midfielder Tanaka Chinyahara could make a surprise move to Harare giants Dynamos in a bid to revive his career after falling out of favour at Danish 1st Division side Hobro IK. BY ADMIRE JAMU-MLAMBO The 21-year-old player will be out of contract at Hobro IK in June after spending the remainder of last season on loan at ...

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LA CLIPPERS STAR TO HOST ZIM CAMP

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ZIMBABWE’S fledgling basketball stars will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to receive expert coaching from National Basketball Association (NBA) star when Los Angeles Clippers’ Cameroonian forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute visits the country for a high-profile three-day training camp with young players in June.BY DANIEL NHAKANISO The 30-year-old starting small forward will host a three-day skills development training camp for ...

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DYNAMOS GETS IT RIGHT

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DYNAMOS left it very late to snatch a victory against a resolute Hwange at the Colliery Stadium yesterday to record their first win of the campaign, a victory that will release pressure on coach Lloyd Mutasa.BY SPORTS REPORTER  Hwange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Dynamos . . . ...

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DAVIDSE LEADS STEADY START FOR CLASS OF 2017-18

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Keenan Davidse’s run of good form continued at the 2017 Zimbabwe Open at the weekend where he finished tied at 22nd to become the highest finisher among the squad members of the Gary Player Class of 2017-18. Source: sunshine Tour Sharing that spot with Jared Harvey, CJ du Plessis and Bryce Easton at three-under 285, Davidse marked his return to Zimbabwe ...

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RITCHIE WINS 2017 ZIMBABWE OPEN

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JC Ritchie saw off Trevor Fisher Jnr. on the second play-off hole at Royal Harare Golf Club to win the 2017 Zimbabwe Open. Source : Sunshine Tour After being seven-over-par after his first seven holes of the tournament, Ritchie bounced back with 29 birdies to tie Fisher on 16-under-par for the week. “I actually started the week off quite rough. ...

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TAIBU’S BOYS TO MEN MISSION

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ZIMBABWE CRICKET convener of selectors Tatenda Taibu says he wants to turn the 16 boys being dispatched for training to the United Kingdom into men in six months.By Brighton Zhawi The first batch of players is expected to fly out tomorrow while the second and final lots will leave as soon as visas are issued. “Provisionally, the rest of the ...

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