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EIGHT SCHOOLS PARTICIPATE IN PETRA T20 CRICKET TOURNEY

Schools Hockey

Eight high schools will be participating in the T20 cricket tournament being hosted by Petra High School in Bulawayo this weekend. By Sports Reporter Harare provides four schools — Prince Edward, Churchill, Eaglesvale and Hellenic Academy — while Kyle is the sole representative from Masvingo. Christian Brothers College, Milton High and Petra from Bulawayo complete the line-up. NMB Bank will ...

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WILLIAMS IN TROUBLE….AGAIN

Sean Williams

Zimbabwe all-rounder Sean Williams has landed himself into fresh controversy which has resulted in a three-match suspension at the ongoing domestic Twenty20 (T20) competition in Bulawayo.BY Kevin Mapasure Williams was summoned for a hearing on Wednesday where he was found guilty of misconduct over insulting the umpire. Yesterday, Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) public relations manager Darlington Majonga confirmed the incident and ...

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FLOWER BLOOMS IN JOURNEY OF T20 DISCOVERY

Andy Flower

As assistant coach of Peshawar Zalmi in the inaugural Pakistan Super League, Andy Flower has dipped his toes into T20 franchise waters. BYCHARLES REYNOLDS IN DUBAI The last the world remembers of Andy Flower, he was watching his Rome burn around him. The England team he had transformed from 51 all out in the Caribbean into winners of three successive Ashes ...

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MASAKADZA LEADS MOUNTAINEERS TO 2 WINS

Hamilton Masakadza

The Zimbabwe Cricket T20 tournament got underway in Bulawayo yesterday with four matches played at Queens Sports Club and Bulawayo Athletic Club (BAC). BY Khumbulani Mpofu ZC selectors will be using the tournament to finalise their squad that will represent the country at the World T20 in India next month. Mashonaland Eagles, led by Chamu Chibhabha’s 58 runs from 46 ...

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ZIM U19 THUMP SOUTH AFRICA

zim vs sa u19

A four-wicket haul from Richard Ngarava gave Zimbabwe Under-19s a thumping win overSouth Africa Under-19s in the ninth-place playoff semi-final in Cox’s Bazar. Ngarava finished with figures of 4 for 10 as Zimbabwe sent South Africa in to bat and bowled them out for 91. A 46-ball 32 from Rivaldo Moonsamy, batting at No. 6, was the only innings of any real magnitude as South ...

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DRAMATIC WORLD CUP PROVES ZIMBABWE HAS TALENT

under 19 cricket

THE Zimbabwe Under-19 cricket team earned the sympathy of many a cricket fan worldwide and divided opinion after a tear-jerking and controversial two-run defeat to West Indies, which denied them a place in the quarterfinal at the on-going World Cup in Chittagong last week. Munyaradzi Madzokere While West Indies had the last laugh, more by crook than by hook, with ...

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IS THE GAME GOING TO THE DOGS?

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Cricket’s future lies with the young, but that future is an uncertain one, as the latest furore over mankading shows.  BYDAVID HOPPS It begins for most people as they progress through their fifties: the recognition that they are no longer connecting as reliably with the mood of the times. Every week cricket’s unplanned economy looks ever more cluttered and chaotic. ...

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ZIM U19 BACK IN ACTION AFTER WINDIES HEARTBREAK

Zim U19 Cricket

HARARE – Zimbabwe returns to the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup action today with a date against Canada in the less-fashionable Plate Championships after the two-run controversial defeat to West Indies cost them a place in the quarter-finals. BY SPORTS WRITER The locals were knocked out of the World Cup in a painful manner after West Indies’ bowler Keemo Paul completed ...

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‘MANKAD’ DEBATE RAGES ON

West Indies vs Zimbabwe in Chittagong

With most of the cricket world coming down hard on West Indies U19 team’s “disgraceful” method of qualifying for the World Cup quarter-finals in their match against Zimbabwe on Tuesday, Indian spinner Ravi Ashwin has taken a firm stand in favour of the under-fire young Caribbean bowler Keemo Paul. Skeeda/cricinfo Zimbabwe needed only three runs in the 50th over with ...

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IT’S JUST NOT CRICKET!

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ZIMBABWE was cruelly denied a place in the quarter-finals of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup after West Indies bowler Keemo Paul controversially ran out Richard Ngarava – with three runs needed off the final over in Chittagong, Bangladesh, yesterday. Zimbabwe trailed the Windies by two runs with one wicket in hand when Paul came on for the final over. ...

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