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    FC Platinum proves a point



    …as Shabani FC new signing Makuwe shines

    ALLIEWAY NYONI/
    SYDNEY NCUBE

    ZVISHAVANE – Moneybags FC Platinum could have failed to go past the first stage in their third attempt in the African safari but last weekend they proved that they are still the best side in in the Midlands as they outclassed their opponents with ease during the former Chapung goalminder Roy Mazingi memorial tournament at Mandava Stadium.
    Platinum walloped Premiership newcomers Shurugwi based Nichrut FC 4-1 before going on to dismiss Shabani Mine FC by a solitary goal in the final.
    Cameroonian import Albert Eonde was thorn in the flesh of defenders as he made them chase their shadows the whole afternoon and was rewarded in the final as he scored the only goal in the fierce derby for his team to lift the trophy where the Minister of State for Midlands Province. Owen Ncube was the guest of honour.
    The Mazingi family were also handed over groceries and $5 946 which raised during the tournament.
    Meanwhile, 21 year old Shabani Mine FC new signing Tatenda Makuwe produced a top drawer performance during the tournament and proved to be a revelation for the former asbestos miners.
    The son of former Dynamos legend Joseph Mukuwe scored a hat trick against Chapungu FC and has promised to continue banging in more goals during the 2018 season.
    Takesure Chiragwi the Shabani gaffer is in the process of building a new team after 15 of his first team players deserted the cash strapped outfit.
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