THE pace trio of Tawanda Mupariwa, Brian Vitori and Chris Mpofu helped Tuskers defend a middling total of 207 against MidWest Rhinos and register their second win in the Pro50 Championship over the weekend. The post appeared first on Africa News Wire, 2 days ago
11:34 AM EST Brendan Taylor and Zimbabwe play Bangladesh on Wednesday in the third ODI of their five-ODI series. (Photo : Reuters) Bangladesh plays Zimbabwe on Wednesday in the third ODI of their series. The match begins at 06:30 GMT.Hngn.com, 2 days ago Bangla/Zim chase prized ODI rankings Zimbabwe Independent, 6 days ago Bangladesh hot favourites in ODI series against Zimbabwe DAWN Group, 6 days ago
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By Kevin Mapasure Zimbabwe national cricket selectors have explained the surprise omission of all-rounder Sean Williams from the squad that flew out to Bangladesh last Friday. Williams, one of Zimbabwe's best players, had been expected to make it ...AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago Selectors explain surprise exclusions Zimbabwe Independent, 1 month ago
MOUNTAINEERS Shingi Masakadza was not a certain starter for the first Test against Bangladesh, but his extra height brought an added dimension to the Zimbabwe attack.Shingi Masakadza's job was to defend. But that was when he was a professional ...Manica Post, 1 month ago
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HARARE - There is nothing fancy about the man. He's not famous. You probably never heard of him and even if you have, his name didn't ring a bell. It begs the question, why? Is it because Lazarus Zizhou is the ultimate epitome of ...Daily News Zimbabwe, 2 months ago
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