By Lloyd Mwale
Castle Lager Premier Soccer League army side, Cranborne Bullets have announced they will be using Nyamhunga Stadium in Kariba for their home matches.
In a communique released by the club’s chairman LT Col Gwite directed to Ken Ndebele, Premier Soccer League Chief Executive Officer, it said the club had secured Nyamhunga Stadium for the forthcoming home games.
“Be advised that Cranborne Bullets FC have secured Nyamhunga Stadium, Kariba for the forthcoming home games with effect from the week 14 game against Herental s College Fc on Satuday 8 July 2023,” read the notification.
Cranborne Bullets has become the latest club from Harare to play their fixtures out of the capital after Caps United, Herentals and Black Rhinos.
Dynamos will be relocating to Barbourfield Stadium and Yadah hosting Manica Diamonds at Baobab Stadium in Mhondoro.
Shamva-based side Simba Bhora has also adopted Baobab Stadium.
During week 13 league matches Caps United hosted Highlanders at Barbourfields, while Rhinos has adopted Bata Stadium. Herentals is now using Mandava Stadium in Zvishavane.