Teams With International Assignments Allowed To Resume Training -SRC
The Sports and Recreation Commission has allowed FC Platinum and Black Rhinos Queens, together with 11 other national representatives, to resume training ahead of their international assignments.
The two clubs are preparing for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) interclub competitions.
Black Rhinos Queens is preparing to take part in the inaugural COSAFA Women’s Champions League set for Durban from the 27th of August to the 4th of September.
FC Platinum is set to be part of the CAF Champions league preliminary round matches set for the 10th of next month.
SRC has also approved Zimbabwe Cricket to host Thailand and Ireland in women’s One Day Internationals and T20 competitions between September and October.
The Zimbabwe Rugby Sevens side, the Cheetahs, both men and women, have also been allowed to resume training ahead of World Cup Qualifiers and the Dubai 7s.
Tennis Zimbabwe will also host China in the Davis Cup competition after the tournament was approved, together with the Zimbabwe Ladies Golf Open set for Royal Harare next month.
The approval of these 13 team assignments is expected to pave way for the resumption of other sporting activities in line with COVID-19 protocols.
The SRC suspended all sporting activities and events with effect from Saturday the 3rd of July 2021.
The suspension was at the backdrop of a rise in new coronavirus infections in the country.
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