19 January 2018
Stop using Zisco as election con: ZCTU
LATEST: Bennett in fatal chopper crash?
Polls in '4 to 5' months: Mnangagwa
$430k cocaine woman blames Brazil firm
Tobva tadii paya trio bailed after 3mths
Businessman fleeces clinic of $27,000
Soldiers deployed all over rural Zim: MDC-T
MDC-T’s Mudzuri begs ZCTU for support
SEO DEBATE: Privatise most parastatals
‘Mobile money tax will get dodger vendors’
Delight as ZBC 'Iron Lady' suspended
Sulu arrested over $4,000 child support
Tendai Ndoro special - says Ajax coach
Zim cricket official charged with fraud
Elections: Not a moment to be lost
A view beyond the Zimbabwe coup
Mnangagwa off to Davos empty handed
Economy: the need for a paradigm shift
BancABC Sup8r Cup returns
16/06/2013 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
Chicks stake claim for premiership rule
Monoz give troubled Bulls sinking feeling
Chicken Inn joint top with Bosso
Dynamos second after How Mine rout
Highlanders lose to CAPS United
Mutasa named FC Platinum coach
Harare City exploit Bosso, DeMbare slips
CAPS win as Dynamos, Highlanders suffer
Leaders Highlanders take on Chicken Inn
Chilumba quits Platinum, returns to Zambia
Masomere commits to Shabanie
Masomere quits Shabanie for Buffaloes
Kaindu urges focus as Bosso widen lead
Highlanders widen lead, Dynamos second
PSL hits Shabanie with US$8,000 fine

THE BancABC Sup8r Cup will be launched in Harare on Tuesday-a year after it was suspended, sponsors of the tournament have confirmed.

The competition was last played in 2010 when Motor Action beat Highlanders 1-0 in the final at Barbourfields Stadium to take home a cheque of $40,000, but failed to take off last year due to what the bank termed a ‘constrained calendar’.

The eight teams that had qualified for the last year’s event where however, given $15,000 each for their troubles.

Teams participating teams in this year's tournament are Dynamos, Highlanders, Chicken Inn, Monomotapa, Shabanie, Buffaloes, FC Platinum and Motor Action.

The draw will be conducted at the launch while the Premier Soccer League, which will administer the competition, will decide on the match venues.

“As usual, most of the games will be played at neutral venues and we are targeting places like the Colliery in Hwange, Dulibadzimu in Beitbridge, Mandava in Zvishavane and Gibbo on Triangle.

“Sponsorship has been increased and this will be by far the biggest of all tournaments we have hosted,” a bank’s senior official said on Sunday.

"A number of BancABC's strategic partners in the corporate world will also chip in and make this year's tournament a grand one," said the official.

The final will be played in August after which the Mbada Diamonds Cup will start.


Email this to a friend Printable Version Discuss This Story
Share this article:

Digg it






Face Book



comments powered by Disqus
RSS NewsTicker