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WHAT ZIMBABWE’S FALL MEANS FOR TEST CRICKET

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They are locked in a vicious circle where the fewer Tests they play, the less competitive they are in the format. It does not speak well of the health of the five-day game. BY TIM WIGMORE As with many press releases, the real meaning was not easy to spot. Nestled at the bottom of the ICC’s press release of May ...

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CREMER TIPPED FOR CAPTAINCY

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Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is expected to restructure some of its organs as the organisation seeks to improve results on the field. By Kevin Mapasure – Zimbabwe Independent Last year ZC made several changes before and after the new board led by Tavengwa Mukuhlani was elected into office. Some of the changes that are in the pipeline include the re-introduction of ...

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ZC RELEASE INDIA TOUR SCHEDULE

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ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) have announced the incoming tour schedule of India who will play limited-overs series in Harare next month. BY KEVIN MAPASURE – NEWSDAY India will play three one-day internationals (ODIs) as well as the same number of Twenty-20 internationals all at Harare Sports Club from June 11-22. ZC confirmed the tour through a statement issued by managing director ...

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THIS DAY, THAT YEAR : ZIMBABWE 35 ALL OUT

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On April 25, 2004, at the Harare Sports Club, in the third ODI of a five-match series, Sri Lanka’s bowlers pushed a young Zimbabwe side to new depths by bowling them out for a record low total of 35, one that remains the lowest ever in the ODIs. Source : Times of India The crisis that engulfed Zimbabwe cricket spilled ...

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MDINGI EXPRESS HAS ARRIVED – CHARMS WOMEN’S CRICKET TEAM

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South African cricket legend Makhaya Ntini has brought a buzz to the Zimbabwe women’s cricket team camp ahead of this week’s ICC Africa World T20 Qualifiers. By Brighton Zhawi – Sunday Mail Ntini, the Chevrons bowling coach, has been helping the women fine-tune for a tourney that comes to life on Saturday and runs until April 27. Hosts Zimbabwe will ...

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ZHUWAO SET FOR UK RETURN AFTER ‘SNUB’

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HARARE – Mashonaland Eagles hard-hitting batsman Cephas Zhuwao is mooting returning to England as he continues to be snubbed by Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) selectors for national duty. By Austin Karonga The left-handed batsman was instrumental in the Eagles’ triumph at the domestic Twenty20 tournament held in Bulawayo last month after plundering 17 runs in the decisive super over against Mountaineers. ...

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WT20 EXIT DISAPPOINTS WHATMORE

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ZIMBABWE coach Dav Whatmore has expressed extreme disappointment at the team’s early exit from the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 competition currently taking place in India. DANIEL NHAKANISO The national side failed to progress to the Super 10 stage of the ICC World T20 showpiece for the second time on the trot, this time missing out to associate side ...

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TSM BACKS ZIM CRICKET

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HARARE – Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has the ability to regain its past glory despite recent setbacks on the pitch according to their main sponsor Total Sports Marketing (TSM). By Austin Karonga   The national team was knocked out of the on-going WT20 at the qualifying stages after losing to Associate nation Afghanistan by 59 runs in India. This was not ...

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WOMEN CRICKET TEAM OFF TO SA

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HARARE – The Zimbabwe women Under-21 cricket team leaves for South Africa this morning for a Twenty20 tournament against the neighbouring country’s provincial teams. By Austin Karonga A 14-member squad comprising mostly of senior national team cricketers will be accompanied by four officials for the tournament to be held in Stellenbosch, Cape Town. Head of delegation and team manager Carol ...

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ZIM CRICKET TURNS TO YOUTH

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THE recent failure by the national cricket team to progress to the Super 10 stage at the ongoing World T20 competition has prompted Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) to turn to youth as they seek to gradually rebuild in preparation for the 2019 World Cup to be hosted by in England and Wales. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO ZC board chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani hinted ...

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