“Today was a cup final and a cup final that we won. A win is a win so
be it today, “
Action begins at Police Rugby grounds on Saturday where Zimbabwe’s Africa Cup Division 1A future is hanging by a thread unless the Sables beat visiting Uganda.
Zimbabwe went into final day leading 2-1 after having won the doubles on Saturday but Benjamin Lock and Mark Fyn lost their reverse singles in straight sets.
The Zimbabwe Olympics Committee says preparations for the 2016 Rio Olympics are now at an advanced stage with over 30 athletes expected to participate.
Word has been doing rounds that another protest against President Robert Mugabe has been organized for Saturday although there has not been any official confirmation.
“Losing matches is normal. But we cannot continue losing to one team. We need to find ways of beating Chicken Inn."
What is interesting is that leaders Highlanders have a date against third placed ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium and the team that falls also falls from its position on the table.
Although the Chevrons put up a spirited performance in the final T20 game Wednesday before losing by a narrow three runs, followers of the game say a loss is a loss how narrow it is.
A visibly sick Philip Chiyangwa told lawmakers his board took a decision to dissolve the Zimbabwe Football Association or ZIFA because it was insolvent and could not pay its workers and creditors as well as carry its mandate.
Only four other Zimbabwean batsmen Malcolm Waller, Chamu Chibhabha, Donald Tiripano, and Hamilton managed double figures but those were not even more than 15.
Chaos is reigning supreme after the Green Machine players the whole of this week boycotted training demanding that they be paid their May salaries and outstanding winning bonuses accrued from their win over Chicken Inn.