Charles Sibanda

How Mine, Chapungu in dull draw

How Mine, Chapungu in dull draw

HOW MINE were held to a goalless draw by Chapungu in drab a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Luveve Stadium yesterday.

Injuries trouble Masomere

Injuries trouble Masomere

HOW MINE’S 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League preparations have been hampered by injuries as nine of their senior players are nursing injuries sustained during their pre-season training.

Who grabs the Golden Boot?

Who grabs the Golden Boot?

WITH 12 goals apiece, Highlanders’ Charles Sibanda and How Mine’s Kuda Musharu go into the last round of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) on Sunday each aiming to increase his tally to grab the coveted golden boot award.

Shabanie subdue Highlanders

Shabanie subdue Highlanders

SHABANIE Mine took their fight against relegation to the last day of the season as they picked up three crucial points against Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Maglas Stadium yesterday.

Musharu shines as How Mine win

Musharu shines as How Mine win

HOW MINE striker Kuda Musharu is now in contention for the golden boot award with a game to go before the season ends as he grabbed his 12th goal of the season at Hartsfield Rugby Ground in Bulawayo yesterday to tally with Highlanders attacking midfielder Charles Sibanda who has the same number of goals.

DO OR DIE

DO OR DIE

FADING giants Highlanders Football Club will be under pressure to secure maximum points when they meet relegated Chiredzi in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Hartsfield Rugby Ground on Sunday.

Bosso drop Sibanda

Bosso drop Sibanda

HIGHLANDERS leading goalscorer Charles Sibanda was dropped from the team that will face Hwange in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at the Colliery this afternoon following his behaviour last Sunday.

Sibanda’s indiscipline  comes to the fore

Sibanda’s indiscipline comes to the fore

CHARLES SIBANDA needs serious help with his behaviour.

FOUR AND NO WIN!

FOUR AND NO WIN!

HIGHLANDERS lost their fourth league match in a row blowing their chances of a top-four Castle Lager Premier Soccer League finish after losing to Chicken Inn at Hartsfield Rugby Grounds yesterday.

Man hangs self  over incest claims

Man hangs self over incest claims

A 22-YEAR-OLD man from Zhukwi village allegedly hanged himself last week following claims that he had impregnated a cousin who attends a secondary school in Gwanda North.

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