Mtizwa enjoyed beating fellow army side Cranborne – “It was nice, it’s always nice.”

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Mtizwa enjoyed beating fellow army side Cranborne – “It was nice, it’s always nice.”

STIX Mtizwa’s face, soft and shy as he is, broke a sly smile when he was asked how beating Cranborne Bullets and former teammate Nesbert Saruchera made him feel.

By Staff Reporter

His Black Rhinos were 1-0 winners against the fellow army side in their hard fought Castle Lager premiership opener on Monday.

Gift Saunyama’s 32 minute goal off the penalty spot was enough to ensure bragging rights for Mtizwa.

Speaking after the match, Mtizwa said despite the match being against a brother, he enjoyed beating him.

“I am happy, first game first win. The guys stood up,” said Mtizwa.

“This was a game against a brother, a game against a teacher and student as I played and coached Nesbert Sarucheta.

“It is always nice to beat the youngster.”

Man of the Match Migos Svinurai, Garikai Dematsika and winger Christopher Brighton proved a handful for Cranborne, despite it having dominated play for a while.

Said Saruchera: “I thought we did well, we should have converted one or two.

“Overally since it was out first match we did well. We need our new guys to gel and hopefully we will improve as we go.”

Black Rhinos face Highlanders on Saturday at the National Sports Stadium in an early kickoff (1pm) while Cranborne Bullets face another test of steel at Mandava stadium against FC Platinum.

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