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SUCCESS knows no more boundaries and Hwange FC coach Nation Dube is going after a $1 300 cup tournament with the same determination that landed him the Zifa Southern Region championship.
A $1 300 winners’ cheque for the John Landa Nkomo Memorial Cup might seem insignificant compared to the ultimate prize — winning the sole ticket to the Premier Soccer League next season — that Dube landed but he is not taking his foot off the pedal just yet.

Hwange outclassed Tsholotsho in the race to the Premiership in a hotly contested fight between the teams this year.

The four top First Division teams — Hwange, Tsholotsho, Talen Vision and ZPC Hwange — are set to battle it out in the John Landa Nkomo Memorial Cup that kicks off this weekend.

The tournament celebrates the life of the late Vice-President of Zimbabwe who died in January 2013 and it is sponsored by Liquor Hub Wholesalers.

“We are not looking at the monetary value of the cup tournament but our aim to finish the season with a clean sweep of everything (league title and knock-out tournaments) that’s on the table.

“It doesn’t matter which players, young or experienced, we field for the tournament as every player knows what it means to play for Hwange,” said Dube.

Zifa Southern Region administrator Augustine Ndlovu said they are ready for the tournament which is being sponsored by Liquor Hub Wholesalers to the tune of $5 000.

Winners of the cup will get $1 300, while the runners up will walk away $600 richer. The third and fourth-placed teams will each get $300.

“The game between Tsholotsho and Talen Vision is free of charge while fans will pay $1 to watch the Hwange FC versus ZPC Hwange tie,” said Ndlovu.

The finals will be on 24 November at a venue yet to be announced.


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-Tsholotsho v Talen Vision (Luveve, 3PM)


-Hwange v ZPC Hwange (Colliery, 3PM)