Tector, Dockrell steer Ireland to historic Zimbabwe T20 series win

By AFP AN unbeaten 104-run fifth-wicket stand between Harry Tector and George Dockrell gave Ireland a six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe on Sunday and a first Twenty20 series success in Harare. Tector scored 54 and Dockrell 49 as Ireland triumphed with eight balls to spare, winning the series 2-1, and gave Paul Stirling a perfect start

Ireland level series with tense four-wicket win against Zimbabwe

By BBC Sport IRELAND set up a T20 series decider against Zimbabwe on Sunday by clinching a tense four-wicket win over the hosts at Harare Sports Club on Saturday. A 87-run sixth-wicket stand between Clive Madande and Ryan Burl helped Zimbabwe post 165-6 in Harare. After losing early wickets, Harry Tector and Curtis Campher’s 66-run

Warriors star Hadebe parts ways with MLS side Houston Dynamo 

By Sports Reporter WARRIORS defender Teenage Hadebe is on the market after his contract expired at American club Houston Dynamo. The Zimbabwean international, who played for the Chiefs for two years until leaving for Turkey in 2019, spent the past two seasons at the Major League Soccer (MLS) side. But Houston announced this week on

Pasuwa celebrates fifth successive Malawian championship with Nyasa Big Bullets

By Sports Reporter FORMER Warriors and Dynamos coach Kalisto Pasuwa continued his dominance on the Malawian football landscape after guiding Nyasa Big Bullets to a record-breaking fifth successive league title on Sunday. Nyasa Big Bullets were confirmed the winners of the TNM Malawi Super League title on the final day of the season following a

Chirewa impresses Wolves boss O’Neil, edges closer to first team breakthrough

By Sports Reporter WOLVES boss Gary O’Neil admits Tawanda Chirewa is close to a first-team breakthrough. The 20-year-old England-born Zimbabwean starlet has been invited to train with the first team after a string of impressive displays for the Wolves U21 side and O’Neil is impressed by the youngster’s training ground form. “It’s really important, I’ve

Dynamos lift Chibuku Super Cup to end end nine-year trophy jinx

By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE football giants Dynamos finally ended their nine-year trophy drought after beating newly crowned league champions Ngezi Platinum Stars 2-0 to win the Chibuku Super Cup at Baobab Stadium on Sunday. The victory earned DeMbare the ticket to represent the country in the CAF Confederation Cup next season, while Ngezi, who recently

Dynamos will be aiming to finally end their trophy drought when they face Ngezi Platinum in the Chibuku Super Cup final on Sunday

Dynamos out to exorcise nine-year demons

By Darlington Gatsi DYNAMOS will endure an 89-kilometer journey to Mhondoro Ngezi in a bid to reclaim its lost glory. Glamour has faded from the blue emblem of Dynamos enduring nine years without major silverware. Calisto Pasuwa last kept the trophy cabinet at the Harare giants clean with a Castle lager Premier Soccer league cup

Betting partnerships now part and parcel of sporting entities

Previously vilified by the sporting world, betting companies are today finding it quite easy penetrating the market and even securing big-money deals with sporting associations. Some of the biggest sponsorships today are coming from gaming companies, which means there is booming business there. At the start of this season, Arsenal entered a partnership with Betway

Munetsi suffers injury, set for a spell on the sidelines 

By Sports Reporter Zimbabwe international and Stade de Reims midfielder Marshall Munetsi is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering an ankle injury during his team’s Ligue 1 game against Stade de Rennes on Sunday. Munetsi was helped off the field by medics just 30 minutes into the game which his side went on to lose

Zimbabwe’s T20 World Cup hopes in tatters after Uganda upset

By ZIMBABWE’S T20 World Cup 2024 qualification hopes took a major blow after Uganda beat them with five wickets and five balls in hand at Windhoek. Zimbabwe had struck early to reduce Uganda to 12-2 before Alpesh Ramjani launched a counterattack, hitting four fours and two sixes in a 26-ball 40 out of a

UK-born Zimbabwean starlet Ndiweni makes Newcastle debut

By Sports Reporter ENGLAND-BORN Zimbabwean youngster Michael Ndiweni has made a massive leap in his fledgling career after making his first team debut for English Premier League side Newcastle United on Saturday. Ndiweni was introduced as a 92nd-minute substitute as Newcastle United beat Chelsea 4-1 at St James Park to mark his first cap in

Brito delighted with Warriors’ progress after Nigeria draw

By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE Warriors head coach Baltemar Brito has expressed satisfaction with the progress his team is making following their commendable 1-1 draw against Nigeria in their 2026 World Cup Group C qualifier in Rwanda on Sunday. Playing their home match at a venue in Rwanda, the Warriors were unlucky not to collect all

Zimbabwean UFC star Gorimbo to face Ireland’s Kiefer Crosbie on comeback in February

By Sports Reporter US-BASED Zimbabwean Mixed Marital Arts (MMA) star Themba Gorimbo will return to action against Ireland’s Kiefer Crosbie on February 3 at a yet-to-be-announced Ultimate Fighting Championship event. Gorimbo confirmed the booking on social media following an initial report from MMA Mania. The card does have an official location or headliner with further

Former Warriors goalkeeper George Chigova dies

By Staff Reporter FORMER Dynamos FC and Warriors goalkeeper George Chigova has died aged 32. Chigova who was playing for SuperSport United in South Africa reportedly collapsed and died at his home. He suffered a heart attack earlier this year in July and had not fully recovered. More to follow…  

Everyone is geared up – says highly rated Nakamba as Warriors hunt Rwanda on Wednesday 

By Leopold Munhende | Chief Correspondent ENGLISH Premiership outfit Luton Town’s highly rated midfielder Marvelous Nakamba has promised that everyone in Zimbabwe’s camp is geared up for their 2026 World Cup Qualifier clash against Rwanda on Wednesday.  Nakamba is part of Coach Baltemar Brito’s 23-man squad set to battle with The Wasps of Rwanda and