Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter THE 2017 edition of the Old Mutual Vumba Half Marathon gets underway tomorrow (Saturday) in the popular and picturesque undulating terrain, with Olympian Rutendo Nyahora gunning for a third consecutive title. Registration of long distance runners started more than two weeks ago.
STEEMED followers of the game of football, thank you for finding time for interaction. With five fixtures left before the season concludes, it is very much delicately poised at the top end of the table. Tomorrow (Saturday) title-chasing Dynamos and Ngezi Platinum Stars will slug it out, where one will seek to outsprint the other […]
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent ZIMBABWE Olympic Committee (ZOC) conducted a two-day workshop at Mutare Girls High School as a way of creating awareness about anti doping. These included the awareness with regards to prohibited substances and methods, the dangers and consequences associated with their use and anti doping control procedures and risks. A total of […]
Senior Sports Reporter Mutare City Rovers’ chief of protocol Benjamin Chindima has warned his technical team and players against complacency and unnecessary loss of concentration as the race for the Eastern Region Division One title heads for a photo-finish.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter MUTARE-BORN star Onsimor Bhasera, who believes he still has a role to play for both the country and club, is confident that he will be back in action early December after a long lay-off due to injury. The SuperSport United player has been nursing an injury sustained in a match […]
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent MUTARE’S Mountaineers coach Shepherd Makunura believes that he has a good squad that will be able to defend the Logan Cup as Mountaineers begin their campaign. Manicaland’s cricket franchise Mountaineers started their campaign last week against Midwest Rhinos where they narrowly won by two runs.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter FORMER Young Warriors team manager, Lloyd Chinawa – who was Willard Katsande’s manager before the player moved to South Africa – is a bitter man after he recently paid bills in Mutare for the player only to struggle to recover his money when he arrived in Jo’burg last week.
ESTEEMED followers of the game of football, thank you for finding time for interaction. With the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League championship race reaches the business end, the ride is just hotting up at both the top and bottoms ends of the table.