Share this article: HARARE - After his blistering innings left Afghanistan obliterated at the weekend in the second ODI, Zimbabwe opener Sikandar Raza Butt has remained modest despite his current run scoring form. Raza blasted an ... Daily News Zimbabwe, 1 week ago
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Jonathan John Sports Reporter WESLEY Madhevere is a name that is likely to set the stage alight in international cricket if the right mentorship and resources are invested in this 12-year-old cricketer from Chitungwiza. Born in a family of two ...Zimbabwe Herald, 1 week ago
FIFTEEN Zimbabwe players will be on central contracts for the 2014-15 season. Last year, Craig Ervine - who had been Zimbabwe's highest run-scorer across formats in their previous series - opted out of playing the series against Bangladesh after ...New Zimbabwe.com, 1 week ago ZC dish out 15 central contracts Zimbabwe Herald, 1 week ago Zimbabwe: 15 Cricket Players Put On Central Contracts AllAfrica.com, 1 week ago Opportunity knocks for fringe players Daily News Zimbabwe, 1 month ago
Share this article: HARARE - Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has revealed a list of 21 players for the 2014-15 season, handing central contracts to 15 players up from 10. Eight players Tendai Chatara, Shingi Masakadza, Sikandar Raza Butt, Regis ...Daily News Zimbabwe, 1 week ago Makoni gets Mountaineers top job Daily News Zimbabwe, 2 weeks ago ZC rationalisation slashes franchises to 4 Zimbabwe Herald, 2 weeks ago Zimbabwe: ZC Rationalisation Slashes Franchises to 4 AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago
Share this article: HARARE - Technosphere shot to the top of the Southern Region Division Soccer League table courtesy of an away goalless draw against Portland Cement over the weekend. The log leaders disposed Ntabazintuna, who had ...Daily News Zimbabwe, 1 week ago
Share this article: HARARE - The Zimbabwe Under-18 cricket team is set to leave this morning for the Eastern Junior Cricket Club Association (EJCCA) Festival in Benoni, South Africa. Zimbabwe are using the festival to kick-start their ...Daily News Zimbabwe, 3 weeks ago
ZIMBABWE football legend Max Shaluza Tshuma has died. He was 62. Tshuma died at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo yesterday evening. He had been admitted to the hospital for some days and his condition deteriorated and by Thursday he was no ...Bulawayo24 News, 2 months ago
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