What a sporting weekend

Highlanders achieved a feat many believed to be impossible. They recorded a 7th straight league victory under caretaker Mkhuphali Masuku. The PSL assembled a team to look at the BancABC semi-final issue involving Bosso and Dembare and hopefully it will bear fruits. Tom Saintfeit, a badly recruited Warriors coach, was denied a work permit and ZIFA will be meeting to map the way forward with the coach. They may appoint or readvertise the post.

Chelsea lost at home to a spirited Sunderland in a Barclays Premeir League encounter. Liverpool’s fine run after new owners took over received a check and came to a screeching halt. Arsenal beat Everton at Goodison Park and the host failed to bring that injury time come back they had against Manchester United.

Kaizer Chiefs beat Orlando Pirates comprehensively in the highest scoring derby of our time. Chiefs won by a whooping 3-1 goal margin. Mamelodi Sundowns were beaten by Bidvest Wits at the magnificent Mbombela Stadium, but Mimwana Phezulu remain top of the ABSA Premier League. Moroka Swallows have played 8 matches in the league without victory but the reached the MTN-8 final, where they were beaten by the Sea Robbers.

Nigeira has made 9 appearances in the Africa Women Championships and won it 8 times. They beat the defending champions, Equatorial Guinea by 4 goals to 2. Guinea scored the four goals. Banyana Banyana came 3rd after beating Cameroon.

Sebastian Vettel deservedly won the F1 championship in the Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina, beating Fernando Alonso and team-mate Mark Webber. Alonso paid for a Webber tailored strategy. The race finished with Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button on the podium. Red Bull completed a memorable double while McClaren were second on the Constructor’s Table.

What was the peak of the week?


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