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29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

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29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby RugInt » Wed, 26 Jul 2017, 00:42

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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby Neptune » Wed, 26 Jul 2017, 11:45

Date : 29th July 2017
Venue : Harare Zimbabwe
Time :1500 hrs
Place : Prince Edward School


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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby IanCleverly » Sat, 29 Jul 2017, 13:05

Yey! For first time in roughly three weeks, stream is not geo-blocked (or requires a login)

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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby olivier » Sat, 29 Jul 2017, 13:19

Tunisia got back his best players. Chamseddine Khalifa from Tournon d'Agenais just scored a 50m penalty. Tunisia came to win in Harare. Tunisia lead 6-3 after 20 minutes.

Khalifa adds a penalty. Tunisia in front 9-3.

Zimbabwe take the lead with a miracle try from Mudariki. 10-9.
Tunisia answer very easily with Issam Werhani. Khalifa converts in the corner. Tunisia lead 16-10.

Khaled Zegdene from Blois yellow carded just before H-T.

HT. Tunisia lead 16-13.

Tunisia have the hand on the ball since restart. Khalifa shots another penalty. 19-13.

Zimbabwe scores from a rare possession with Kingsley Lang try. Tunisia lead 19-18.

Tunisia could score 50 points today if they were confident. Tunisia strikes back with Chadi Jabri. 24-18.

Chamseddine Khalifa and Chadi Jabri are dancing in Zimbabwe defense. 31-18. "French" Tunisians are far superior than this Zimbabwe team.

Tunisia lost the ball in front of the line and Zimbabwe makes them pay quickly with a try. 31-23.
Tunisia missed another golden opportunity in front of the line.

Tunisia won only by 8. 31-23.

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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby Canalina » Sat, 29 Jul 2017, 19:17

Zimbabwe almost won at home of Namibia, which largely defeated Kenya, which very largely defeated Tunisia, which has won at home of Zimbabwe
Someone should explain the transitive law to the african rugby :)

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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby olivier » Sat, 29 Jul 2017, 20:08

First, Tunisia played with a very weakened team against Kenya and Uganda.
Second, Namibia took Zimbabwe game very lightly.

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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby RugInt » Sun, 30 Jul 2017, 11:15

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Thanks. I got called away and didn't get back.

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Re: 29 July: Zimbabwe v Tunisia. WCQ Africa & Gold Cup

Postby RugInt » Sun, 30 Jul 2017, 11:19

First, Tunisia played with a very weakened team against Kenya and Uganda.


Somewhere on another thread I linked to articles outlining the dispute between Tunisian players and Tunisian RU. So, looks like some resolution before the Zimbabwe game.

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