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Zim U19 relegated to Plate League 20 January 2018 HARARE - Zimbabwe's hunt for the ICC Under 19 World Cup came to a crashing end after the side suffered a 10-wicket defeat at the hands of India in the final Group B match at Mount Maunganui, New Zealand yesterday. The local teenagers will, however, remain in New Zealand competing in the less f...
Zim stun Sri Lanka 18 January 2018 HARARE - Sikandar Raza put in a man-of-the-match performance as Zimbabwe beat Sri Lanka by 12 runs in the second match of the ODI tri-series at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh yesterday. The right-handed batsman scored a whirlwind and unbeaten 67-ball 81 batting ...
Zim U19 falls to Australia 18 January 2018 HARARE - Zimbabwe suffered their first defeat at the ongoing ICC Under 19 World Cup yesterday going down to Australia by seven wickets further complicating the side’s chances of a quarter-final berth. After being asked to bat first, Zimbabwe fell for 134 runs inside 33.2 overs before the young...
Leave a mark, Zim U-19 urged 4 January 2018 HARARE – The Zimbabwe squad at the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand should cherish the opportunity and use it as a stepping stone to a professional career according to current senior players. Stephan Mangongo’s side will have to negotiate through a tough Group B that comprises Austral...
Tigers coachless for Zim tri-series 4 January 2018 HARARE – Bangladesh will not have a substantive coach in time for the tri-series against Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka which starts on January 15. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan said Richard Halsall, the assistant coach, will be in charge of coaching the side while manager Kha...
Zim sports on the forefront in 2018 2 January 2018 HARARE - After a relatively modest 2017, local sport is going to be on the world map in 2018 as various Zimbabwean teams will be in action. While most of the attention will be centred on football since it is the sport with the largest following, there is, however, no denying that 2018 is going...
Zim struggle under lights 23 December 2017 HARARE – Zimbabwean batsmen have found the going tough to connect bat with ball under floodlights during their current tour of neighbouring South Africa. Heath Streak’s men lack of pink ball cricket was exposed in the warm-up match against South Africa Invitational XI which they lost yesterday...
Mountaineers' Indian batsman faces deportation 23 December 2017 HARARE – Manicaland Mountaineers’ Indian batsman Mohammad Eqlakh faces deportation back to his native country after overstaying his visa and working without a work permit in Zimbabwe. Eqlakh, who is a batsman and arrived in the country last month featured in Mountaineers’ three Logan Cup match...
2 TV venues for WC Qualifiers 23 November 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) will use world-class international grounds Harare Sports Club and Bulawayo’s Queens Sports Club as television venues during next year’s World Cup Qualifiers set for March. Three other cricket stadia, Old Hararians, Bulawayo Athletic Club and Kwekwe Sports Club wi...
JB resurfaces at Rising Stars 21 November 2017 HARARE - Former Zimbabwe Test bowler Njabulo “JB” Ncube has resurfaced at Rising Stars where he is a player-coach and hopes to revive his international career. A one-match wonderer in both Test and One Day International cricket, the Bulawayo-born had a debut to remember taking three wickets in...
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 ...