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Zimbabwe: Utseya in Forgery Storm

FORMER Zimbabwe cricket team captain Prosper Utseya has been caught in the eye of a storm after it emerged that the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Level 2 coaching certificate he possesses was allegedly forged. Utseya — who captained the national ... Sokolako, 1 month ago
Utseya in forgery storm Harare24, 1 month ago
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Zimbabwe so used to inconsistency that consistency is taking time: Alistair Campbell

It has been a disappointing one year for Zimbabwe cricket since their fair outing in the World Cup 2015. Down Under, they challenged many a mighty opponent, giving them a run for their money. But what followed was a steep downward spiral. The ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 week ago

Cricket fans deserve better

HARARE - It is an open secret that in sport, fans are the biggest shareholders. In any case not only do they part with their resources — money and time — whenever they attend matches, they also part with what I view as the most important ...
 Daily News Zimbabwe1 week ago
BDlive

Ntini right to call out Cricket SA for failing to support brothers in the north

A LONG way from St Kitts, but not very far away from Cricket SA's headquarters in Johannesburg, one of the country's greatest and most important cricketers was making his feelings known about his former employers. To say he wasn't impressed would be ...
 BDlive2 weeks ago

Chris Gayle's latest excruciating interview and his startling race remarks

Gayle's warning Chop, along with bogan, root, and one or two others, is an Australian word you may not know before you go, but will soon pick up after you get there. For the unfamiliar, Freddie Flintoff provided the perfect gloss back in January ...
 Equities.com1 month ago
Zimbabwe Standard

Mukuhlani comments raise eyebrows

ZIMBABWE Cricket chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani might have raised a few eyebrows following his comments that the local cricket governing body appointed Prosper Utseya as national Under-19 bowling coach without considering his coaching qualifications. ...
 Zimbabwe Standard1 month ago Zimbabwe: Mukuhlani Comments Raise Eyebrows  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

Thank God its not the Ashes

7:30 PM GMT Can one desire too much of a good thing? If the recent history of the England and Australian cricket teams is anything to go by, then yes, a thousand times - which is coincidentally the number of times England have played Australia in ...
 ESPN.co.uk1 month ago
DAWN Group

Spinning into action

Identifying the point of ball release can be tricky with spinners Night cricket was in full swing on one of the most spacious road intersections of the locality when the captain of the host team tossed the ball to his young multi-talented player.
 DAWN Group1 month ago Batta spin: Is street cricket the breeding ground for chuckers?  DAWN Group1 month ago
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