Articles tagged 'zim a'

Zim A crush Kenya again 3 February 2018 HARARE - Zimbabwe A are now on course for a limited over series whitewash win over Kenya after winning the third match by seven wickets at Mutare Sports Club yesterday. The hosts won the first match at the same venue by six wickets at the end of last month before sealing another 110 run win by...
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...
More game time for Zim cricketers 3 August 2017 HARARE - Game-starved local cricketers will have plenty of action to look forward to when the Under-19s and Zim A host Kenya and emerging South Africa respectively starting today. Coach Steven Mangongo's U19 side, currently preparing for next year's ICC World Cup in New Zealand, will host the ...
Better planning this time around 17 October 2016 HARARE - When South Africa A played two four-day matches against Zimbabwe A in the build up to the Test series against New Zealand earlier this year, the selection and rotation of the players leading up to the Test series was quite frankly chaotic, with hardly any of the senior players getting a ...
Musakanda after consistency 10 October 2016 HARARE - Twenty-one-year-old Tarisai Musakanda has had a fair share of people delivering different news that has shaped his life and at times thrown him off balance. One of those occasions was earlier this year when he walked into CFX Cricket Academy on a routine practice day only to be told b...
Zim A earn good credits 10 October 2016 HARARE - Zimbabwe A will be ecstatic with the consistency shown by a number of their players in the recently concluded unofficial ODI series against Pakistan which saw the visitors record a 3-2 win. The result was what most people would have expected, so not many people would have too much to ...
Zim A; the happier side 15 July 2016 HARARE - The majority of the country's cricketers have been starved of first class action as Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), like most companies continue to feel the financial burden. So when it was announced that a strong South African A team would play Zimbabwe A in two four-day matches, the announce...
Mawoyo, Masvaure shine in draw 13 July 2016 HARARE - Zimbabwe A top order batsmen Tino Mawoyo and Prince Masvaure scored half centuries to help secure a draw against South Africa A in the first unofficial Test match here yesterday. The locals were set 358 to win after the visitors declared on 171/3d just before lunch adding to their fir...
South Africa A pushes for victory 12 July 2016 HARARE - South Africa A opted to bat again as captain Stephen Cook pushes for victory after dismissing hosts Zimbabwe A for 269 runs shortly after tea on day three of the first unofficial Test match here yesterday. At close of play the visitors were on 121/2, a lead of 307 runs with eight wick...
PJ Moor ruled out of opener 6 January 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe A batsman PJ Moor has been ruled out of the opening one day match against associate nation Canada that gets underway at Harare Sports Club this morning. The 23-year-old right-handed batsman suffered a bout of flue with preliminary indications linking it to Malaria. Zim A c...
Zim A lose first unofficial Test 18 September 2014 HARARE - Zimbabwe A lost by six wickets on the final day of the first unofficial Test against Bangladesh A in Cox’s Bazar yesterday. The hosts needed just 23.2 overs to wrap up a match they dominated with the ball from day one, having resumed from the third day needing just 61 runs with nine w...
Sibanda leads Zim A on Bangladesh tour 9 September 2014 HARARE - Out-of-form Zimbabwe batsman Vusi Sibanda has been handed a lifeline after being named captain of the A side leaving for Bangladesh today for two unofficial Tests and three one-day games. Sibanda, who struggled for runs recently against South Africa and Australia, will lead the 20-man...