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Cricket: Zim's Sibanda in injury scare

Dave Whatmore confident about Sibanda's recovery

Zimbabwe batsman Vusi Sibanda has suffered from an ankle injury, a few days ahead of his country's home series against India. The series comprising of three ODIs and two T20s will begin on the 10th of July, and the Zimbabwean players were having a ... Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
Cricket: Zim's Sibanda in injury scare New, 1 week ago
Whatmore backs Sibanda for India series, 1 week ago

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Zimbabwe Herald

ZC satisfied with gamble

BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN . . . All-rounder Sean Williams (left) chats with coach Dav Whatmore in the company of (from left) Charles Coventry and Zimbabwe Cricket managing director Alistair Campbell shortly after the Chevrons arrived back home yesterday ...
 Zimbabwe Herald4 weeks ago Zimbabwe to tour Pakistan after much deliberation, says coach Dav Whatmore  DNA1 month ago Zimbabwe tour to Pakistan is on - c …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Zimbabwe tour to Pakistan on but ICC refuses match officials  Oman Tribune1 month ago
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Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore confirms tour to Pakistan

Zimbabwe's Dav Whatmore confident of successful Pakistan tour Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore expects their tour of Pakistan later this month to be a tremendous success and said he would not travel if he thought lives... Zee News 3 days ago - Sports ...
 NewsR.in1 month ago Whatmore confident of tour success  News241 month ago Dav: Pak tour will be a success  The Telegraph1 month ago Zimbabwe's Whatmore confident of …  Yahoo! India1 month ago

Dav expects 'great fight'

Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore believes his team will put up a great fight when they tour Pakistan for a short series this month. Zimbabwe would be the first international team to tour Pakistan after the tragic incident of 2009 when the Sri Lankan ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Coach Whatmore says Zimbabwe will play tough on Pakistan tour  DNA1 month ago Whatmore says Zimbabwe will put up 'great fight' in Pak tour  Ani News1 month ago Whatmore says Zimbabwe will play tough on Pakistan tour  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Chigumbura's batting pleases Whatmore

HARARE - Dav Whatmore, the Zimbabwe cricket team coach, says limited overs captain Elton Chigumbura's batting was a revelation in the just ended tour of Pakistan. Zimbabwe were whitewashed by the South Asian country; losing both the Twenty20 ...
 Daily News Zimbabwe3 weeks ago Whatmore pleased with his charges  Africa News Wire3 weeks ago Are we really ready for Zimbabwe?  The Express Tribune1 month ago Dav Whatmore Is Excited About Pakistan-Zimbabwe Series  The News Tribe1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Feels amazing to play at home, says Umar Akmal

Zimbabwe's Chris Mpofu and coach Dav Whatmore during a training session, at the Gaddafi, on Wednesday Lahore: Umar Akmal is excited to play for Pakistan before his home crowd for the first time in his career. He is overjoyed with the fact that ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Zimbabwe team arrives in Pakistan amid tight security

Zimbabwe players and coach Dav Whatmore is welcomed by Pakistan officials. Photograph Courtesy: Zimbabwe Cricket on Twitter Zimbabwe arrived in Pakistan on early Tuesday in Lahore as the first Test playing nation to visit the country for international matches since an attack on Sri Lanka's team bus six years ago. The visitors' two team buses were surrounded by a fleet of security vans with armed guards as they drove to the team hotel amid tight security. Zimbabwe will play two Twenty20s and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Zimbabwe team arrive in Pakistan  NewsR.in1 month ago
Ani News

Zimbabwe hire Dav Whatmore as long-term coach

Johannesburg, May 01 (ANI): Dav Whatmore has been appointed as Zimbabwe's cricket coach on a four-year deal, the country's cricket board confirmed on Thursday. Whatmore, who coached his birth nation Sri Lanka to the World Cup glory in 1996, was ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Zimbabwe hire Dav Whatmore as long-term coach  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Cricket: PCB to sponsor Zimbabwe cricket union for one-off series in Pakistan

According to sources in the PCB the ZCU after holding talks with its players and coach Dav Whatmore have conveyed to the host country that it would have to pay daily allowances and match fees to the Zimbabwean players.
 DNA2 months ago Zimbabwe agree to tour Pakistan on special conditions  The Gulf Today2 months ago Zimabawe ask PCB for incentives for touring players  Press Trust of India2 months ago Zimabawe Ask PCB for Financial Incentives for Touring Players  Outlook India2 months ago
Zimbabwe Herald

ZC boss feels vindicated

RELIEVED CREW. . . Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase (centre) stresses a point, flanked by coach Dav Whatmore (left) and stand-in skipper Hamilton Masakadza during yesterday's Press conference in Harare Eddie Chikamhi Sports Reporter ...
 Zimbabwe Herald3 weeks ago Zimbabwe: ZC Boss Feels Vindicated  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago Whatmore welcomes Pakistan tour  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago Zimbabwe: Whatmore Welcomes Pakistan Tour  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
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