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BIRDIE BLITZ GIVES ZIM’S BURMESTR TSHWANE OPEN TITLE

Tshwane Open: Day 4

In his three opening holes on Sunday, Dean Burmester made sure no-one else was going to win the Tshwane Open. And he carded a six-under-par 65 at Pretoria Country Club as he marched to a commanding three-stroke victory in the tournament co-sanctioned by the Sunshine Tour and the European Tour. SOURCE : SUNSHINE TOUR He made three consecutive birdies to ...

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IS GROBBELAAR THE ANSWER?

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THE biggest talking point in Zimbabwean football this past week has been who should replace Kalisto Pasuwa as Warriors coach after Marabhundu’s marriage with the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) finally came to an end on February 28. insidesport with MICHAEL KARIATI This followed the expiry of Pasuwa’s one-year contract with Zifa which was not renewed. Although there are others who ...

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MASTERING THE SPIRIT OF OSU

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      A WEEK after winning his second Kyokushin world title Sensei Samson Muripo, is nursing the wounds that come with being a champion. The 38–year-old won the 3rd International So-Kyokushin Karate Tournament in Iran last week and is yet to return to Zimbabwe for what is sure to be a hero’s welcome. By Tinashe Kusema Winning a Kyokushin world ...

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THE JOB THAT NOONE WANTS

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THE most glamourous job in Zimbabwean football is vacant but it’s not turning any heads. Very few coaches are lighting up their eyes at the prospect of being the next Warriors coach. Zifa’s proven record of failing to pay salaries on time as well as provide a conducive working environment are proving to be the biggest turn-offs. Makomborero Mutimukulu Sports Editor Former coach ...

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BJORK, JAMIESON STAY AHEAD, ZIM’S BURMESTER LURKS

2015 SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge - Day Three

Scotland’s Scott Jamieson and Alexander Bjork of Sweden shot three-under-par 68 each to total 13-under-par for the tournament and co-lead Tshwane Open on moving day, while the duo of South Africa’s Dean Burmester and Jorge Campillo of Spain lurked ominously behind them on 12-under at Pretoria Country Club. Source – Sunshine Tour Jamieson has won only one European Tour event ...

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ROAD TO ANFIELD ROARS INTO LIFE

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DAIRIBORD Zimbabwe will be looking to defend their Standard Chartered 2017 Road to Anfield national title when the tournament is held at Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe Limited (Stanchart) Sports Club in Harare this morning.BY HENRY MHARA Road to Anfield is an international 5-a-side football tournament offering fans a lifetime opportunity to travel to English Premiership giants Liverpool. The milk and ...

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DEAN DU PLESSIS QUITS CRICKET COMMENTARY

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ZIMBABWE’s visually-impaired cricket commentator Dean du Plessis has decided to quit his job, citing frustration due to lack of opportunities for disabled people.BY HENRY MHARA Du Plessis, who describes himself as the world’s first blind cricket commentator, announced his decision at a function held at the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) to publicise the fundraising committee set up to mobilise ...

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DeMBARE RESHUFFLE

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DYNAMOS assistant coach Murape Murape has fallen victim to Zifa’s new requirement for coaches, where the association is demanding that all Premier Soccer League (PSL) coaches possess a Caf A licence or better.BY HENRY MHARA Murape, who has a Caf C licence, has been replaced by Biggie Zuze, but Dynamos are offering no guarantees to their long-serving midfielder on any ...

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MUSSA RESIGNS: ZIM WARRIORS MANAGER DROPS BOMBSHEL

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ZIFA are set for a complete overhaul of the Warriors technical team after the last member of that department, team manager Sharif Mussa, resigned from his post on Wednesday.  Mussa was the last man standing in the Zimbabwe’s senior team technical department.  Former coach Callisto Pasuwa and his backroom staff were relieved of their duties at the end of last month ...

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TOBY ROUNDING OFF SA STINT SOLIDLY IN TSHWANE

Tshwane Open: Day 1

England’s Toby Tree threw his hat in the ring in last year’s Tshwane Open with a third round of five-under-par 65. This year, he announced his presence after an opening round of five-under-par 66, with the Pretoria Country Club’s par being upped to 71 from last year’s 70. Sourse : Sunshine Tour Tree has been something of a regular fixture ...

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