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Brian Matamba

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Brian Matamba is Zimbuzz Sports Editor and has a covered a variety of International and Local Sporting events. Reach him on 0776130716 or sports@zimbuzz.co.zw

Lady Chevrons off to a Flyer

Zimbabwe's women cricket team kicked off their T20 World cup Qualifiers on a positive note crushing a hapless Mozambique side by 163 runs at...

Tigers Gaffer shares his views ahead of St Stithians Festival

The last time the Prince Edward Tigers participated in the St Stithians Easter rugby festival was in 1996. Their current coach...

Young Sables beat Stubborn Ivory Coast

Zimbabwe under 20 rugby team kept their promotion dreams alive after beating a stubborn Ivory Coast  26-10 at Prince Edward School in Harare in...

Prince Edward Tigers off to St Stithians Festival

Prince Edward School Tigers are on the road this week as they will take part in the St Stithians Easter rugby festival in Johannesburg,...

Derby Delight for Old Georgians

Old Georgians retained to the top of the summit of the super six league after beating Harare sports club 21-16 in a fiercely contested...

Chevrons Clinch series!

Zimbabwe Chevrons dismantled a hapless United Arab Emirates by 130 runs in the 3rd One Day International sealing the series in the process with one...

Chevrons Win Again

Zimbabwe Chevrons extended their series lead to 2-0 after beating the United Arab Emirates in second One-Day International by 4 runs via Duckworth Lewis...

Hard lessons for St George’s College Rugby in SA

St George's College Dragons concluded their week-long tour of South Africa on a bad note as they failed to register a single victory at...

Zimbabwe crush UAE in the first ODI

Zimbabwe Chevrons opened the 4-ODI series against the United  Arab Emirates on a positive note at Harare sports club, winning the first One-Day International...

St Georges College Rugby team leaves for tour to Kingswood, Grahamstown

Traditional rugby powerhouse St George’s College who are affectionally known as the dragons left today for a week-long rugby tour in the Eastern Cape,...