HARARE - Zimbabwe international Edward Sadomba on Sunday gave his boyhood suburb moments to savour after lighting up the Mbare National Soccer League Chairman Top 8 Soccer Tournament.
The former Dynamos striker, winner of the 2012 African Confederations Cup, is currently in the country and unattached.
However, that did not stop him from dusting his boots to turn out for Buccaneers in the sandy Kinsgtone Grounds.
Playing against rising footballers who look up to him, the 2011 African Champions League Golden Boot winner naturally stole the limelight, helping Buccaneers emerge champions of the tournament.
In the final he scored twice whilet Richmore Mukange weighed with the other goal to beat Vito Stars 3-1.
However, the man of the match was Buccaneers goalkeeper Shingirayi Muringani who made a number agile reflexes to deny marauding Vito Stars strikers.
The League’s chairman Partson Nousenga was excited with the strides being made by the grassroots league saying the platform was going a long way to providing a platform for budding footballers.
Some of the players turning out in the top flight league who came through the league include Roy Neusenga (Chapungu), Valentine Musarurwa (CAPS United), and Masauso Chidzero (Border Strikers)