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McGUIGAN’S RECORD 63 NARROWS FISHER’S HARARE LEAD

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He might not be in the lead going into the final round, but Doug McGuigan has all the momentum after his third-round course-record equalling nine-under-par 63 on Saturday in the 2017 Zimbabwe Open at Royal Harare Golf Club. Source : Sunshine Tour He made 10 birdies and a bogey and he climbed to 11-under-par at the 54-hole mark, just two ...

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HUGO RELISHING ZIMBABWE MOVING DAY BATTLE

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His first win on the Sunshine Tour came in the 1999 Zimbabwe Open, and, although this year’s tournament is being played at Royal Harare Golf Club instead of Chapman Golf Club, Jean Hugo is looking to get another Zimbabwe Open title under his belt. Source – Sunshine Tour With 17 Sunshine Tour victories to his name, the sixth most by ...

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KUTSANZIRA RETURNS TO BOOST BOSSO

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HIGHLANDERS midfielder, Rahman Kutsanzira, could return to change the team in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.BY FORTUNE MBELE Kutsanzira has been struggling with a toe injury, sustained in pre-season training and did not feature in Highlanders’ first two league games against Bulawayo City and Shabanie Mine and the Independence Trophy. “I ...

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FISHER’S COURSE RECORD SEALS ZIMBABWE OPEN LEAD

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Trevor Fisher Jnr equalled the Royal Harare Golf Club course record of nine-under-par 63 on Friday to move into a four-stroke lead at the halfway mark of the 2017 Zimbabwe Open. Source: Sunshine Tour He joined Nick Price, Italian Francesco Laporta and 2015 champion Dean Burmester as holders of the record with a flawless display which included nine birdies. His ...

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KHAMA DOWNPLAYS SUNDOWNS FATIGUE EFFECT

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MAMELODI Sundowns forward Khama Billiat admits to player fatigue but strongly believes they can mentally overcome their struggles to power on in their quest for glory. Downs have not had a proper ‘off-season’ break since the end of the 2014/15 season, having continued all the way to becoming champions for the first time in the club’s history in the 2016 ...

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HUGO LEADS AS CAIRNS IGNITES ZIM HOPES

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SOUTH African professional Jean Hugo turned back the hands of time, 18 years after his only Zimbabwe Open victory, to storm into a one-shot lead, but it was local favourite Ryan Cairns who stole the show in the first round of the 2017 edition of the Sunshine Tour co-sanctioned event at Royal Harare Golf Club yesterday.BY DANIEL NHAKANISO The 41-year-old ...

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BURMESTER, PORTEOUS IN FAST START IN CHINA

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Zim”s Dean Burmester and South African Haydn Porteous, Frenchman Grégory Bourdy and German Maximilian Kieffer were all at five-under-par 67 after early first-round action in the European Tour’s Shenzen International. Bubba Watson set the clubhouse target of six-under 66 at the Genzon Golf Club before the threat of lightning saw play suspended. At that stage, Dylan Fzrittelli was three shots back ...

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FAST START FOR HUGO IN ZIMBABWE OPEN

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Jean Hugo started fast in the first round of the 2017 Zimbabwe Open on Thursday and he kept his foot on the pedal to card a seven-under-par 65 for a one-stroke lead at Royal Harare Golf Club. Source : Sunshine Tour And it could have been even better had he not made bogeys on seven and 13, but that didn’t ...

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JERLING GETTING ‘PROFESSIONAL” IN ZIMBABWE

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Following his solid start to life in the professional game where he carded a five-under-par 67 opening round in the 2017 Zimbabawe Open, Luke Jerling admits he was nervous but is well prepared to compete some more in the second round. Source – Sunshine Tour An amateur not so long ago, Jerling earned his playing privileges via the Sunshine Tour’s ...

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YOUNG SABLES LOSE TO KENYA

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THE Zimbabwe Under-20s’ dream of qualifying for this year’s World Rugby Under-20 Trophy to be held in Uruguay went up in smoke after succumbing to a disappointing 24-34 defeat to Kenya in the semi-finals of the Africa Under-20 Rugby Championships in Madagascar yesterday. BY SPORTS REPORTER The Young Sables went to the half-time break trailing 20-17 and despite starting the second ...

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