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ZC boss wants DRS reviewed 13 November 2017 HARARE - It was a mixed bag of emotions when Zimbabwe used the Decision Review System (DRS) for the first time during the just ended two-match Test series against West Indies in Bulawayo. DRS is a technology-based system used in cricket to assist the match officials with their decision-making....
Mashonaland Eagles stutter after lead 8 November 2017 HARARE - Mashonaland Eagles lost three wickets in four overs on their second day of the Logan Cup match against Mid West Rhinos at Kwekwe Sports Club yesterday. The Harare-based side had restricted Mid West Rhinos to 278 runs to gain a first innings lead of 41 runs and a bonus point. Howeve...
Obituary: The life of Alwyn Pichanick 7 November 2017 HARARE - On Friday, October 27, a memorial service was held at Harare Sports Club for Alwyn Pichanick, former president of Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), who died on October 9 in Australia, where he had retired, at the age of 84. The service was led by former Zimbabwe cricketer Nigel Hough, and the ma...
St Aidens win Rocview tourney 7 November 2017 HARARE - St Aidens bagged their third Rocview Cricket Academy (RCA) Under-13 Cricket Tournament after dismissing Zengeza 4 Primary by seven wickets in an eight-over final at Prince Edward School in Harare on Saturday. They won their first championship at the inception of the tournament in 2013...
Focus turns to Logan Cup 6 November 2017 HARARE - Focus switches to the Logan Cup today after the conclusion of the two-match Test series against West Indies which ended in a 0-1 series win for the visitors last week in Bulawayo. Zimbabwe batted out all the overs on the fifth and final day before settling for a declaration draw with ...
Tuskers under siege 25 October 2017 KWEKWE - Eddie Byrom scored his maiden First Class ton after reaching 152 on debut to guide Rising Stars to a healthy 400-run lead in their second innings of the on-going Logan Cup match against Matabeleland Tuskers yesterday. This is the second Logan Cup ton be scored on this field this seaso...
Brathwaite gives Zimbabwe trouble 24 October 2017 BULAWAYO - Things are not looking rosy for the hosts after the West Indies piled more runs on the third day of the first Test with Kraigg Brathwaite’s 86 and Roston Chase’s unbeaten 91 giving them a huge lead of 429 runs. At the end of play yesterday, West Indies were on 369 for 8 with Chase s...
Ngarava, Burl corner Tuskers 24 October 2017 KWEKWE - Youthful Rising Stars’ steady rise continued here yesterday after they dismissed an experienced Matabeleland Tuskers for 154 inside 59 overs during the second day of their Logan Cup match. Batsmen Eddie Byrom (78) and Taffy Mupariwa (14) complemented their bowlers with an unbroken 52-...
Nyumbu rattles Rising Stars 24 October 2017 KWEKWE - Spinner John Nyumbu picked up four wickets as Matabeleland Tuskers bundled out youthful Rising Stars for 247 runs on the first day of their Logan Cup match on Sunday. At stumps Tuskers were on 18 for no loss with Brian Chari on 14 and Mduduzi Fuzwayo on one while trailing by 229 runs....
Zim take aim at West Indies 21 October 2017 HARARE - After almost a three-month sabbatical Zimbabwe are looking forward to some red ball cricket when they host West Indies in the first Test at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo starting this morning. Zimbabwe’s last Test match was back in July when Graeme Cremer’s side lost by four wickets ...
Taylor, Jarvis in Test squad 19 October 2017 HARARE - Ex-Test captain Brendan Taylor and pace bowler Kyle Jarvis are set to make their international cricket return after both were included in the 16-man Test squad to face West Indies in the two-match series that gets underway in Bulawayo this weekend. Taylor penned a four-year contract p...
Zim A, West Indies match ends in draw 19 October 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe A denied West Indies after batting through the remainder of the last day of the three-day warm up match for 70 runs for the loss of four wickets after being set 486 runs to win at Bulawayo Athletic Club yesterday. The visitors declared twice in the match first on 365/7d in th...
We should not be our own enemies! 17 October 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s successful bid to host the 2018 World Cup qualifiers is indeed a rare dose of good news for the local sporting fraternity. For those enamoured with cricket, the granting of rights to Zimbabwe to host the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifiers and the International C...
Zim A on the back foot 17 October 2017 BULAWAYO - Zimbabwe A perished for 143 runs on the second day of their three-day warm-up match against the touring West Indies at Bulawayo Athletic Club yesterday. West Indies had declared on 336 runs for the loss of seven wickets but technically they had only lost five wickets after two of th...
Mountaineers deny Rhinos in cliff-hanger 17 October 2017 HARARE - Mountaineers kicked off their Logan Cup title defence with a hard-fought two-run win over Mid West Rhinos defending six runs needed by Rhinos from three wickets at Harare Sports Club on Friday. Rhinos’ stand-in captain Prince Masvaure had taken his side on the brink of a victory with ...
D-day for Zim Cricket 13 October 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) will know whether their bid to host the 2019 Cricket World Cup qualifiers has been accepted when the ICC makes the announcement today. There are two other bids from the United Arab Emirates while Ireland and Scotland submitted as co-hosts. The ICC is currently...
Eagles fly past Rising Stars 13 October 2017 HARARE - Mashonaland Eagles avoided a potential upset after edging youthful Rising Stars by four-wickets on day three of the low-scoring four-day Logan Cup match at Takashinga Sports Club. Eagles captain Tino Mutombodzi and Nathan Waller finished unbeaten on 36 and 56 respectively as the forme...
Holder happy with squad 13 October 2017 HARARE - West Indies captain Jason Holder said his side is heading in the right direction despite losing both Test and ODI series against England adding that he is happy with the youthful side that remains unchanged for the series against Zimbabwe. The Caribbean Islanders arrived in Bulawayo o...
'Pichanick was a legend' 12 October 2017 HARARE - Respected Zimbabwe sports administrator Mark Manolios has described Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s life honorary president Alwyn Pichanick who passed away in Australia this week as a legend. Pichanick succumbed to cancer. He was 84. He is largely credited for putting the then Zimbabwe Cri...
Mid West Rhinos smell Championship 11 October 2017 HARARE - Mid-West Rhinos coach Robin Brown believes the Logan Cup championship is theirs to lose given the presence of several experienced players in their squad. The Kwekwe-based franchise signed returning batsman Brendan Taylor and seamer Kyle Jarvis as well as Australian-based national team...
OH leads Vigne Cup standings 11 October 2017 HARARE - Old Hararians (OH) opened up a five-point lead in the Harare Metropolitan Cricket Association‘s (HMCA) Vigne Cup Pro-50 competition after five round of matches. OH so far boast of a 100 percent record winning all their five matches to amass 19 points including four bonus points. Th...
Taylor return excites granny 62 10 October 2017 HARARE - The return to Zimbabwe of ex-captain Brendan Taylor was celebrated by all and sundry within and outside cricketing corridors. Taylor marked his return to domestic cricket with a century after scoring his 29th First Class ton in the first innings of Mid West Rhinos’ seven-wicket win ov...
Proteas oppose four-day Test 4 October 2017 HARARE - Proteas players have opposed to the proposed historic four-day Test against Zimbabwe on Boxing Day saying Cricket South Africa (CSA) did not consult them before confirming the match. Zimbabwe are scheduled to play a four-day pink ball Test against the Proteas on December 26 in Port El...
Rising Stars gear for Logan Cup 4 October 2017 HARARE - Rising Stars begin a new era when they take to the field in their maiden Logan Cup match against Mid West Rhinos at Kwekwe Queens Sports Club today. The youthful side returned from their six-month attachment in the UK and their pedigree will be tested in this four-day game against a s...
Zim Select lose dead rubber 2 October 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe Select XI blew away a glorious opportunity for a series white wash after succumbing to a five-wicket defeat to the Netherlands in a dead rubber limited overs match here yesterday. With the series already in the bag after winning the first two 50-over games head coach Heath St...