Madagascar squeezed into the quarterfinals of the COSAFA Cup 2015 by the slenderest of margins after they played to a 1-1 draw with Swaziland at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Friday. The two sides finished level on seven points at the top of the Group B standings, but Madagascar advance having scored one more goal
Namibia stormed into the quarterfinals of the COSAFA Cup 2015 with a thumping 4-1 victory over Zimbabwe in their final Group A game at the Moruleng Stadium on Thursday. The victory lifts Namibia to the top of the table at the expense of Zimbabwe, who have to settle for second and an early trip home.
Madagascar and Swaziland will be involved in a showdown for top spot in Group B at the COSAFA Cup 2015 after both sides made it two wins from two in the latest round of action on Wednesday. The pair clash at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on Friday in a winner-takes-all dual, though a draw
Zimbabwe and Namibia will go head-to-head for top spot in their COSAFA Cup 2015 Group A after both teams picked up wins against island nations on Tuesday. Zimbabwe hold the aces having made it two wins from two with a 1-0 win over a brave Seychelles, while Namibia are two points back after they eased
Madagascar moved to the top of their COSAFA Cup 2015 Group B after the first round of matches in the pool were played at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on Monday. The Malagasy, appearing in the regional showpiece tournament for the first time since 2008, came from behind to defeat Lesotho 2-1 in the earlier
Zimbabwe moved to the top of their COSAFA Cup Group A after a 2-0 victory over Mauritius in their tournament opener at the Moruleng Stadium on Sunday. The Zimbabweans, who are among the pre-tournament favourites, coasted home in the end and would have won y a much larger margin were it not for the brilliance
The COSAFA Cup 2015 gets underway on Sunday with two matches from Group A that will make for an intriguing start to the regional championship to be staged in South Africa’s North West province. Powerhouse Zimbabwe take on Mauritius and the Moruleng Stadium at 17h30, but before that the tournament opener sees Namibia clash with
The winning team at the COSAFA Cup 2015 will walk away with a R500 000 (approximately US$42 000) first prize, a significant carrot to be dangled in front of the 14 competing nations. The regional championship will be played in South Africa from May 17-30 and aside from the best of Southern Africa, will also