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YOUNG Africans may have qualified into the CAF Confederation Cup group stage, but Caretaker Coach, Shadrack Nsajigwa admitted his charges were lucky to sail through.

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THE Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) has confirmed the return back of Inter Club competition, after two years hiatus with Tanzania confirmed as hosts nation.

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AFTER several postponements, the Tanzania Ladies Golf Union (TLGU) General Election is now set for tomorrow at the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) Lugalo Golf Club in Dar es Salaam. The official from the National Sports Council (NSC), Benson Chacha told the ‘Daily News’ in Dar es Salaam yesterday that preparation for the election has been finalised.

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THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) yesterday substituted new charge sheet into fraud and money laundering trial against former senior officials with Tanzania Football Federation (TFF), adding two more accused persons and two counts of conspiracy and abuse of office.

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AZAM Sports Federation Cup (ASFC) will be held at the Sheikh Amri Abeid Stadium in Arusha on June 2nd this year. This was announced yes- terday by the Tanzania Premier League Board (TPLB) Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bon- iface Wambura.

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GALLANT Young Africans advanced into the group stage of CAF Confederation Cup despite losing 1-0 to hosts Wolaitta Dicha, in the return leg encounter at Hawassa International Stadium in Ethiopia, yesterday.

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MORE than 800 athletes will be competing in the 2018 round of the Ngorongoro Run which takes place in Karatu and Ngorongoro Districts on Saturday, the 21st of April .

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MAINLAND envoys in CAF Confederation Cup, Young Africans are hopeful of returning unscathed from their trip to Hawassa, when they play as guests of surprise packets, Wolaitta Dicha of Ethiopia today.

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SIMBA’S twin strikers, John Bocco and Emmanuel Okwi are not interested in personal accolades, insisting they are only focused on achieving success for the team.

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DIRECTOR of Sports in the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Yusuf Singo, has expressed shock on the disappearance of one of the country’s athletes in Gold Coast, Australia, at the just ended Commonwealth Games.

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 Tanzanians popular artist Diamond Platnumz is under police custody and will be arraigned at anytime from now for allegedly sharing indecent images on the social media.

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PREMIER League title race leaders, Simba host Prisons today at the National Stadium, seeking maximum points and race far ahead of their closest pursuers.

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KEY players were missing in Young Africans squad that left early yesterday for a return CAF Confederation game against Wollaita Dicha of Ethiopia on Wednesday.

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NATIONAL Under-17 football team, Serengeti Boys shared spoils with their Ugandan counterparts following a 1-1 draw in their Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) Under-17 Championship opener yesterday.

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TANZANIA has finished the Gold Coast’s Club Games medal-less, after dismal performances in both men and women’s marathons in a closing day yesterday.

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IT is a sign of Simba’s incredible level this season that a 3-1 win over Mbeya City at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Thursday was met with a ‘could do better’ assessment by Head Coach, Pierre Lanchantre.

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ABOUT 41 players have so far registered to compete in the second edition of the Monthly Video Game Tournament (MVGT).

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YOUNG Africans are still reeling and puzzled with hasty and shockingly departure of Zambian Coach George ‘Chicken’ Lwandamina.

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IRINGA’s Lipuli FC striker, Adam Salamba, has won the Mainland Premier League Player of the Month award for March, after being nominated by the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) Award Committee.

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Tanzania has climbed nine position to 137th in the latest Fifa rankings released by the world's soccer governing body (Fifa), today (Thursday) in Zurich, Switzerland.

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YOUNG Africans will look to keep up their Mainland Premier League title hopes alive, when they host Singida United in a high profile match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam today.

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TABLE tennis players, Fathiya Pazi and Amon Tumaini earned Tanzania the first Club Games victories after beating their opponents from Tuvalu yesterday. Still, the yesterday fixture for Team Tanzania didn’t miss the exit misfortunes as three of them; two table tennis players and an athlete crashed out of the race for medals.

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THE government said it will keep axing sexual explicit songs and subsequently impose ban on all misbehaving artistes, in an attempt to protect customs and Tanzanian cultural practice.

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KILIMANJARO Motor Sports Club (KMSC) drivers Rajpar Dhani has sealed a point lead over his closest pursuers after the end of Vaisakhi Rally in Moshi over the weekend.

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FARU Volleyball Club player, Michael Ngong’e has landed a scholarship to study and play volleyball in Kampala, Uganda. Club’s Head Coach Nasoro Sharifu told the ‘Daily News’ yesterday that agreement has been reached with Kampala based Namugongo Secondary School for Ngong’e to join.

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TANZANIA’S medal hopes in the Club Games continued dwindle after Failuna Matanga crashed out of the 10,000m race held in yesterday in Gold Coast, Australia. Failuna who runs in both 5000m and 10,000m races was overpowered by her East African fellows from Uganda and Kenya who eventually claimed all top three positions.

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A GLIMPSE of the league diadem is now clear for Simba as the 1-0 win against slippery Mtibwa Sugar in Morogoro yesterday, earned them a six-point lead over their closest pursuers.

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YOUNG Africans Assistant Coach Shadrack Nsajigwa said their 2-0 victory over Ethiopia’s Wolaitta Dicha is a good step towards advancing into the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup.

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SIMBA SC will be looking to extend their lead at the helm of the Premier League table when they face resilient Mtibwa Sugar at bumpy Jamhuri Stadium, Morogoro this afternoon.

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KILIMANJARO Motorsports Club (KMSC) driver, Gurjit Dhani hauled the season’s first 25 points after winning Vaisakhi Rally in a thrilling claimed here yesterday.

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THREE away goals helped Zambian Shepolopolo advance over Twiga Stars in CAF Women qualifiers despite a 1-1 draw at Nkoloma Stadium in Zambia yesterday.

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YOUNG Africans are expected to take on debutants, Wolaitta Dicha, from Ethiopia in CAF Confederation Cup double header clash, with the first leg played today at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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YOUNG Africans will be out seeking convincing victory today, when they face Ethiopian side Wolaitta Dicha in the CAF Confederation Cup 2nd 1/16th round first leg at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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