14 November 2012

Zimbabwe: 2012 Castle Premier Soccer League Most Promising Player of the Year

WHO has been the 2012 Castle Premier Soccer League Most Promising Player of the Year? The award is reserved for players registered by the clubs who are under 20 years of age and have excelled this season. Over 50 players are registered as Under-20s in the PSL and will be in the running for the award.

The list of players for 2012 include:

Tonderai Mateyaunga and Tafadzwa Ngwena (Black Mambas)

Anold Nyikadzino and Nkosi Mhlanga (Blue Rangers)

Chris Mverechena and Keith Chikotora (CAPS United)

Ngirande Ashley and Rainers Ashley (Hardbody)

Raphael Muduviwa, Obey Hunduva and Edmore Tsoro (FC Platinum)

Farai Banda, Takunda Jefrey, Philip Tembani and Liberty Chakoroma (Buffaloes)

Farai Mupasiri, Brian Five, LeeRoy Murape, Blessing Moyo and Malcom Chinhoyi (Dynamos).

George Jojo, Maclive Phiri, Brandon Moyo and Timothy January (Quelaton) Proud Zireni (ineligible because of suspensions)

Knox Mtizwa, Mgicini Sibanda, Status Nsingo, Lewis Ncube, Booby Nkomo and Ryan Howes (Highlanders).

Kudakwashe Mahachi (Chicken Inn).

LeeRoy Dephistara, Artwell Mataka, Munyaradzi Chiwara, Farai Madora, Abel Gwatidzo and Dexter Canacho (Gunners)

Elton Dzirondiro (Motor Action), Morris Kadzola misses out because of six yellow cards.

Willard Kalongonda, Munyaradzi Diro, Nigel Shonhiwa (Harare City).

Tryfortune Ncube, Taimon Mvula and Maqhawe Mpofu (Hwange).

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