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INSPIRED BREMNER READY TO TAKE NEXT STEP

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After a lengthy break, five-time Sunshine Tour winner Merrick Bremner heads into this week’s Vodacom Origins of Golf tournament with some lofty goals as he seeks to take his career to the next level. By Michael Vlismas   The 31-year-old South African joins a field at the Highland Gate Golf and Trout Estate that includes multiple European Tour winner Brandon ...

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AKBAY TO GO SOLO AGAIN

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  Highlanders coach Erol Akbay will have to go solo on the bench as the second half of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season kicks off with his assistant coaches Amini Soma-Phiri and Cosmas Zulu still suspended as their disciplinary case drags on. BY FORTUNE MBELE The Bulawayo football giants are away to neighbours Bulawayo City at Barbourfields Stadium ...

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CHINYAMA SET FOR GRAND RETURN

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FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza will be desperate for new signing Takesure Chinyama to make an immediate impact when the Zvishavane side host high-riding Dynamos at Mandava Stadium tomorrow, looking for nothing less than a win to bring their stuttering league campaign back on track. BY HENRY MHARA The match is the big headliner of the midweek fixtures as the ...

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DAUDA LASHES OUT AT BOO BOYS

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WARRIORS stand-in captain Dennis Dauda has criticised a section of the team’s supporters for booing goalkeeper Herbert Rusawo after he failed to convert his spot kick in a dramatic penalty shoot-out against Namibia in African Nations Championship (Chan) football qualifier at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA Rusawo – a regular penalty taker at Black Rhinos – ...

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SPIETH MOVES TO SECOND, GRACE INTO TOP 30

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  Champion Golfer of the Year Jordan Spieth moved to second in the official world golf rankings following his stunning win at Royal Birkdale on Sunday. WATCH: The moment Spieth sealed the win Spieth battled Matt Kuchar for 36 holes in Southport before a blitz on the closing stretch saw off Kuchar, leaving the 23-year-old to claim the Claret Jug. ...

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ZACK TO BRANDEN: YOU’RE IN THE HISTORY BOOKS

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Branden Grace made history on Saturday in the 146th Open Championship as he fired the lowest-ever round in a major championship, and he didn’t even know he was doing it. He carded an bogey-free eight-under-par 62 around Royal Birkdale in perfect weather conditions, which catapulted him into contention ahead of the leading players heading off later in the afternoon. “Let’s get ...

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ZIMBABWE’S WINNING STREAK  

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WHEN Heath Streak was announced as the new Zimbabwe coach in October, some doubted that he would have the same success he had enjoyed as bowling coach of the rising Bangladesh team. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO After all, many had come before him and failed, including his predecessor, the highly-rated Australian World Cup winning coach Dav Whatmore, who had been sacked ...

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PGA OF AMERICA HONOURS ZIM’S LEADBETTER

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WORLD renowned Zimbabwean golf instructor, David Leadbetter was last week honoured in the United States for his sterling contribution to the global game after being named the PGA of America’s Teacher of the Year, for the first time in his career. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO Leadbetter, who grew up in Zimbabwe and learnt the game at Chapman Golf Club, has worked ...

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KENYA POWER PAST SABLES

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ZIMBABWE’S faint hopes of winning their first continental title in five years suffered a hammer blow after going down 41-22 to Kenya in a tense Rugby Africa Gold Cup encounter at Hartsfield Rugby Ground in Bulawayo yesterday. BY KEVIN MAPASURE in Bulawayo Zimbabwe.… (12) 22 Kenya ………… (17) 41 Despite the Sables dominating possession and territory for longer periods of ...

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BRING BENYU HOME

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A Zimbabwean boy has the world at his feet, fans of Scottish side Celtic fans going gaga, and locals wondering why he is not yet playing for the Warriors.BY  MAKOMBORERO MUTIMUKULU Kundai Leeroy Benyu – born in Camden in London to Zimbabwean parents – made a bold 73-minute statement last Saturday and took his stock to new heights. A Celtic ...

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