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Muthiya makes modest finish at Zimbabwe Open

Sports Muthiya makes modest finish at Zimbabwe Open

Zambian golfer Madalitso Muthiya heads to next weekends 2015 Zambia Open in Kitwe with some good form from the just ended Zimbabwe Open in Harare.

Muthiya, who was the lone Zambian to have made the cut, finished tied at number 28 from the final field of 67.

His compatriot Dayne Moore failed to make the final cut on Friday.

Muthiya finished level after carding an overall total of 288 from the four round and 16 shot behind winner Dean Burmester of South Africa.

Meanwhile, this years Zambia Open will be held at Nkana Golf Club from April 23-26.

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  1. what sport is this ? We want soccer news not this crap with so figures how can someone who gets 28 out of 67 be good . Marubish

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