Sports Recap On Who Will Be The 2022 WAFCON Champions

Sports Recap On Who Will Be The 2022 WAFCON Champions

It was a busy week in the country’s sports sector especially the castle larger matches.

In Zimbabwe, Dynamos have been struggling in their past matches to be victorious in their matches whilst the Glamour boys were beaten away from home 1-0 in favor of Cranborne.

Other matches that were played:

Herentals faced off with Ngezi Platinum stars and dominated the game with three goals and Ngezi Platinum walked away with nil.

On the other note, Bulawayo City won 3-1 against Whawha and the Bulawayo Chiefs lost against FC Platinum one goal to nil. Highlanders debuted Prince Ndlovu who wrote a new chapter of his life in the sports sector, as he followed the footsteps of the football icon Peter Ndlovu who also debuted in for the Giants (Highlanders) at the age of 16, 33 years ago.

Highlanders who have been making coming backs in the points won the game they played against Manica Diamonds 3-0 putting a smile to their new coach.

In terms of the castle love, FC Platinum is on top of the league’s log with 43 points followed by Chicken inn with 38 points and Dynamos are trailing in the third place with 35 points.

In the CAF’s Women’s Football, eight nations are in the quest for claiming the Women AFCON 2022 title.

Morocco who qualified from their group ‘A’ which had Burkina Faso, Senegal and Uganda which will face off with Botswana from group C.

Another qualifier from group ‘A’, Senegal will face off with Zambia who qualified to the next stage from group B which had Cameroon, Togo and Tunisia who will have a match with Banyana Banyana from South Africa who were in Group ‘C’.

Cameroon will battle out with Nigeria from group ‘C’ to reach the semifinals.

The matches are being held in Morocco.

In Rugby news, Zimbabwe’s national team lost 19-34 to Namibia last week Wednesday in Rugby Africa Cup qualifiers which were held in France and this ended up the hope for the first World Cup appearance since 1991.

Meanwhile to determine who will qualify, Namibia faced off with Kenya whom they knocked out 36-00.

On the other hand, the Zimbabwe’s U18  who were playing away from home ,won two games and lost one from the three games they were playing :

V Boland Lost (27-19)

V Border CD won (44-5)

Test Match

V Namibia (20-19)

Tapiwa Rubaya

Tapiwa Rubaya is the current affairs, fashion and sports reporter at My Afrika Magazine.

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