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Chibuku Cup: Dynamos, Highlanders booted out

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Stage set for potentially explosive Harare derby?

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Mushure powers Dynamos to vital win

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CAPS upset lethargic Ngezi, Platinum pip Triangle

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Crucial wins for title rivals in Zimbabwe

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FC Platinum down Dynamos to go top

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Dynamos seek revenge at FC Platinum

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Ngezi prevail in battle of the Platinum Miners

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Another win for Dynamos

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FC Platinum back to winning ways

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Drama as Dynamos match abandoned

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Dynamos edge Ngezi in five-goal thriller

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Chibuku Cup: Dynamos, Highlanders booted out

Harare giants CAPS United were the only big team to progress past the first round on a weekend of upsets in the Chibuku Super Cup after dismissing holders Ngezi Platinum 1-0 at Baobab Stadium on Sunday.

Moses Muchenje converted from the penalty spot on the half-hour mark and there was to be no way back for Ngezi, who must now focus on the title race to avoid emerging empty-handed from a season that had promised much not too long ago.

It was a double celebration in a way for CAPS fans after derby...

Stage set for potentially explosive Harare derby?

Zimbabwean football fans
Zimbabwean football fans

Dynamos go into Sunday's clash against bitter rivals CAPS United in buoyant mood, with a five match winning streak igniting hopes of an improbable 22nd title in the Zimbabwe Premier League.

Yet Lloyd Mutasa's men will need to be at their best to emerge victorious from a Harare derby that has often proved unpredictable.

Besides, CAPS are themselves on the cusp of a fine run after collecting 14 points out of the last possible 18 to reenergise a campaign which had looked to be veering off the rails,...

Mushure powers Dynamos to vital win

Ocean Mushure scored a stunning goal as Dynamos made it five wins in a row, dismissing Yadah FC 2-0 in a lively Zimbabwe Premier League encounter on Sunday.

Former champions Dynamos had made their way to Rufaro Stadium fully aware that nothing short of victory would suffice given that their title rivals had collected maximum points in their respective matches. And the pressure appeared to tell as Lloyd Mutasa's team spurned several scoring opportunities early own.

It was left to skipper Mushure...

CAPS upset lethargic Ngezi, Platinum pip Triangle

CAPS United put in another defiant display to end Ngezi Platinum's four-match winning streak with a thumping 3-0 victory in Harare on Sunday.

Just four days after the 2-1 midweek conquest of FC Platinum, CAPS showed no signs of fatigue as they overran title favourites Ngezi, with double scorer Dominic Chungwa and new boy John Zhuwawo doing the damage.

The encounter, played before a sizeable crowd at Rufaro Stadium, looked cagey in the opening stages as both sides struggled for the creative spark....

Crucial wins for title rivals in Zimbabwe

Triangle's Guthrie Zhokinyi battles it out with Dynamos' Takunda Macheka
Triangle's Guthrie Zhokinyi battles it out with Dynamos' Takunda Macheka

Tawanda Macheka and captain Ocean Mushure scored either side of the break as Dynamos made a triumphant return to Rufaro Stadium with vital 2-1 win over Triangle in the Zimbabwe Premier League.

The former champions had made a mess of things on their midweek trip to FC Platinum, allowing the miners to come from behind and steal a 3-1 win with two quick goals in the final five minutes.

Dynamos fans must have feared a similar collapse on Sunday after Triangle's Lameck Nhamo cancelled out Macheke's ninth-minute...