Harare Poly dominates TESAZ games 


MASVINGO- Technical Educational Sport Association of Zimbabwe successfully hosted their main stream and paralympics games, from 29th of March to 2nd of April in Masvingo.

Bulawayo Polytechnic, Gweru Polytechnic, Harare Polytechnic, JMN Polytechnic, Kushinga Phikelela Polytechnic, Kwekwe Polytechnic, Masvingo Polytechnic, Msasa ITC, Mutare Polytechnic, Westgate ITC and Zimbabwe School Of Mines participated in the games, The Midweek Watch reveals.

Zim School of Mines basketball team

The chairperson of TESAZ Conwell Tigere confirmed the results to Mid-week watch.

Harare was on pole position with 10 Gold medals in athletics, Basketball Women, both men and Women Chess, Darts women, Men and Women Handball, Netball, Karate women and Tennis women, 7 Silver at Basketball Men, Cricket Men, Football Women, Karate Men, Pool Women, both Men Women Volleyball and 2 bronze at Darts Men and Table tennis Women.

On 2nd position was Bulawayo with 4 Gold at Basketball Men, Darts Men, Table Tennis Men and Volley ball Women, 4 Silver at Basketball Women, Handball Women, Netball and Rubgy Men and 9 Bronze medals.

Bulawayo Poly netball team

On 3rd position is Masvingo with 4 Gold at Cricket Men, Football Men, Karate Men and Volleyball Men, 4 Silver and 1 Bronze.

Gweru Polytechnic, Msasa ITC and Westgate ITC failed to obtain any medals, however Kwekwe had 2 Gold medals at Tennis men and Pool men, 2 Silver on men and women Darts.

 Kushinga got 1 Gold in women pool and 2 Bronze in basketball women and Chess Women

Basketball Coach Kudzai Mugezi of Bulawayo Polytechnic said, “My captain for boys Norman Chimukanda has made it all, he is my best rebounding and offensive player, he has leadership qualities on the court and out of court.”

Harare Polytechnic Women Soccer’s most effective player Captain Tafadzwa Rhona Mukombe suffered a knee injury during their last game.

Harare Poly women soccer team

Harare Polytechnic Netball Coach Prince Guzha said that Vongai Madzikatire who plays GA/WA is the best player and the whole team played with unity.

Coach Guzha said, “ the team has played according to my instructions and this helped them in qualifying to the finals.”

Zimbabwe School of Mines Basketball Coach Keith Chiposi was not happy with the Officiating, being one sided however his team’s performance made him proud especially Tichaona Kunga and Kingstone Sukuta.

“When the boys were down in motion Kingstone Sukuta brought the team back and he is a good defender,” said Coach Chiposi

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