Alec Mudimu’s Zimbabwe qualify for African Cup of Nations

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Cefn Druids’ Alec Mudimu has qualified for this years Africa Cup of Nations with Zimbabwe.

Mudimu played the whole ninety minutes as The Warriors in a 2-0 win over Congo which saw them top their group ahead of DR Congo by two points. 

Zimbabwe have now qualified for their second consecutive Africa Cup of Nations, having finished bottom of their group in the 2017 edition. 

The competition will be held in Egypt and the competition runs for a month from the 21st June to the 19th of July.

Mudimu was congratulated by his club as they congratulated him on his success on the international stage.

The 23-year-old was called up to the Zimbabwe national squad last year. He has since gone on to make five caps for his country.

In December, he was awarded Zimbabwe Sports Person of the Year in the Zimbabwe Young Achievers Awards.

Mudimu’s club side Cefn Druids were able to win without the former Stalybridge Celtic man as they secured their Welsh Premier League status for another year with a 3-1 victory over Llanelli Town.

Elsewhere, Llanelli Town’s Anthony Nelson made a ten-minute cameo for the Cayman Islands on his international debut in a 2-1 defeat to Montserrat.

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