14 December 2017
   
Zimdef bosses axed, forensic audit called
Chombo dons Zanu PF cap, warned by party
Govt pays on time - a first in three years
Foreign affairs minister blasts Biti, Chamisa
Chombo picked up on new graft charges
Zim sanctions to remain, says US govt
MDC-T denies Trump sanctions appeal
SA: 3 groups gun for Grace Mugabe
MORE NEWS
Makamba back after 17 years in exile
Command agric: Is it really that bad?
MORE BUSINESS
Mogul Russell Simmons accused of rape
Jah Prayzah dreamt about cemetery attack
MORE SHOWBIZ
FC Platinum get tough Africa draw
City, United win as Arsenal drift
MORE SPORTS
Coup: why the China role theory is hollow
Zims duped! It’s about Zanu PF for ever
MORE OPINION
 
Nelson Chamisa on Washington trip
Interview: Gonda Hot Seat with Coltart
MORE COLUMNISTS
 
 
PSL giants in Uhuru Cup clash
07/04/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
 
RELATED STORIES
Uhuru farce: ZIFA to punish Dynamos
Uhuru Cup Final: Mandigora confident
Mapeza vows Dynamos Uhuru upset
DeMbare beat Kariba, face FC Platinum

LAST season's top four PSL finishers, Dynamos, ZPC Kariba, Caps United and FC Platinum, have been picked to play in this year's Uhuru Cup tournament.

Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) spokesperson Xolisani Gwesela said the top four teams from last year would face each other in the Independence celebrations this season.

Defending champions FC Platinum who finished fourth will take on third placed Harare giants Caps United at Mandava while Dynamos will lock horns with second placed ZPC Kariba at Rufaro.

The semi-finals will be played on April 15 with the final set for the National Sports Stadium in Harare on 18 April.

“The Zimbabwe Football Association advises the football family that this year’s Independence Cup will include four teams namely FC Platinum, ZPC Kariba, Dynamos and Caps United.

“The Semi-finals for the cup to commemorate the country’s 35th independence celebrations will be played on April 15.

“FC Platinum will host Caps United while Dynamos will face ZPC Kariba for a place in the final to be played on 18 April at the national sports stadium,” Gwesela said.

Winners of the semi-final clashes will battle for the Uhuru Cup.

FC Platinum are the reigning Uhuru Cup champions following their penalty shootout victory in last year’s edition over Dynamos.



Advertisement


 
Email this to a friend Printable Version Discuss This Story
Share this article:

Digg it

Del.icio.us

Reddit

Newsvine

Nowpublic

Stumbleupon

Face Book

Myspace

Fark

 
 
 
comments powered by Disqus
 
RSS NewsTicker