The semifinals of the 2011 COSAFA Women’s Championship will be held at the Rufaro Stadium in Harare on Thursday and have served up two eagerly-anticipated ties. Defending champions South Africa will take on Malawi in the first semifinal at 12h30, before host nation Zimbabwe meet East African guests Tanzania at 15h15. The winners will advance
Hosts Zimbabwe will play defending champions South Africa in the final of the 2011 COSAFA Women’s Championship after the semifinal matches played on Thursday at the Rufaro Stadium in Harare. The home side edged past East African guests Tanzania after a 4-2 penalty shout-out win while South Africa overwhelmed Malawi to claim a 5-1 victory.
Malawi moved to the top of Group A in the men’s competition at the African Union Sports Commission (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on Tuesday when they came from behind to defeat Mozambique 2-1. The victory was the second from two games for the Young Flames, who will now be odds-on favourites
Angola moved into contention for a place in the semifinals of the men’s football competition at the African Union Sports Commission (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on Thursday when they defeated Swaziland 4-0. The victory moved Angola into second in the table, behind leaders Malawi on head-to-head records after the Young Flames
Hosts Zimbabwe will take on Zambia in the final of the men’s football competition at the African Union Sports Commission (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games in Bulawayo on Sunday. The pair came through their semifinal matches on Sunday, Zambia with some ease over Malawi and Zimbabwe having a tougher fight against a determined Namibia. It