Lady Chevrons get global qualifiers rolling

Opening batsmen Sharne Mayers believes the fact that Vanuatu made it this far is good reason to take them seriously in this night match, or risk an upset.
By Austin Karonga 1h ago

Inside sport: Racing against time

Word was that the NC wanted Mapeza to continue as the Zimbabwe coach, but the developments over the past week could have sent those plans to the canvas.
By Michael Kariati Apr. 21, 2024

Lady Chevrons vie for World Cup place

The top two sides from each group sail through to the Global semifinals with the two finalists booking a ticket to Bangladesh.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 14, 2024

Chevrons to tour Bangladesh

The first three T20Is, from May 3, will be played in Chattogram, while the last two matches will be held in Dhaka.
By Sports Reporter Apr. 10, 2024

Inside Sport: Waiting for the Warriors coach

All that Zimbabweans want is a coach who is technically sound, has a proven track record and above all, is respected by the players most of whom play for recognisable teams abroad.
By Michael Kariati Apr. 7, 2024

Homeless Warriors look to SA

In June, the qualifiers continue with two matches against Lesotho (home) and South Africa (away) where they are likely to be led by coach Norman Mapeza.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 5, 2024

Billiat, Musona back in Warriors

Former captain, Musona retired from international football in 2022 at 31 years old.
By Sports Reporter Apr. 1, 2024

Good vibes for Warriors

They face Kenya in the final tomorrow at the same venue after the Harambee Stars walloped Malawi 4-0 in the other semi-final.
By Fortune Mbele Mar. 25, 2024

Young Gems miss out on Youth World Cup

Zimbabwe were stunned 43 – 41  by Zambia yesterday in a thrilling and nail biting match as both teams were eyeing for a spot for the upcoming global meet.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Mar. 24, 2024