Yolanda Simango |  2 months ago | sport
At-least 101 athletes from Manicaland are taking part in the National Association of Secondary School Heads(NASH) track and field events competitions which commenced yesterday at Peterhouse High School. Manicaland NASH head-in-charge for athletics, Philip Padhuze said he is hoping to scope more medals with his team in this year’s competitions. He added that the vetting process was fair and all their athletes succeeded. The competitions have resumed this year after a tow years disruption by Covid 19.
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