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Brendan Taylor: I'm confident there's a bright future for Zimbabwe

Heath's wild Streak

The 90s in world cricket was a time when one of the only two African Test-playing nations — Zimbabwe — began to show promise. And while thanks are due to the Flower brothers, ex-captain Heath Streak too deserves credit. A right-arm paceman, ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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Heath Streak Robson Sharuko in MELBOURNE, Australia IF you thought Zimbabwe's painful elimination from the World Cup was a disaster, then maybe spare a thought for the hapless English — that country which has politicised and poisoned its ...
 Zimbabwe Herald3 weeks ago At least Zimbabwe cricket is not as bad as England  Bulawayo24 News3 weeks ago Zimbabwe: At Least, We Aren't As Bad As England  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago
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Preview: World Cup Match 39: India Vs Zimbabwe in Auckland

Auckland, Mar 13: Having reached the quarter-finals with one commanding performance after another, defending champions India will be aiming to finish their group league engagements with a flourish when they take on Zimbabwe in an ICC World Cup ...
 Oneindia2 weeks ago ICC World Cup: India eye sixth consecutive win in Zimbabwe clash  Mid Day2 weeks ago ICC World Cup 2015, India vs Zimbabwe: Preview  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago India ready to hit Zimbabwe for a six  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Zimbabwe look to impress again (World Cup Team Profile)

Their golden era of cricket is well past them. What Zimbabwe were in the late 1990s are of stark contrast to what they are today. After the retirement of the Flower brothers (Andy and Grant), Heath Streak, Alistair Campbell, Neil Johnson and Paul ...
 Webindia1231 month ago Team profile: Zimbabwe look to impress again  Business Standard India1 month ago Zimbabwe look to impress again  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago WC 2015 team profile: It's time Zimbabwe show they are no more minnows  Oneindia2 months ago
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Zimbabwe's new crop carries quarter-final hopes

MELBOURNE Almost two decades have passed since the glory days of Zimbabwe cricket and while the current crop of players lack the class of their predecessors, a promising start to their World Cup campaign will raise hopes of a quarter-final berth. ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago Zimbabwe showing raises hope of progress  Gulf Times1 month ago Zimbabwe raise hope of progress  Bdnews24.com1 month ago Zimbabwe raise hope of Cup progress  Reuters India1 month ago

Taylor's loss reflects Zim rot, says Price

Leaving Zimbabwe for better options on the UK country circuit ... Brendan Taylor RAY Price played his cricket with some of Zimbabwe's golden generation of players. When the former left-arm spinner burst on to the scene in 1999, he shared the ...
 New Zimbabwe.com2 weeks ago World Cup 2015: Taylor's loss reflects Zimbabwe rot, says Price  Times of India2 weeks ago

Zimbabwe 'must be ruthless'

ICC columnist Alistair Campbell says he expects a degree of ruthlessness from his former team Zimbabwe... Many people, including me, have spoken about the desire for Zimbabwe to be competitive during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. No doubt that ...
 Sky Sports1 month ago

A Presidents Cup made in Zim

Melbourne - The Presidents Cup will have a huge Zimbabwean influence when it tees off in South Korea on October 8 with Nick Price, Tony Johnstone and Mark McNulty in the captain's stable for the International Team against the United States. ...
 Southern Times Africa2 weeks ago

Tigers fret over Mushfiq injury

Mushfiqur Rahim gave an injury scare as Bangladesh returned to the training on Tuesday ahead of their third World Cup match against Sri Lanka at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. A delivery of paceman Taskin Ahmed hit Mushfiq in his right thumb forcing ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Pace will be imperative

TASKIN AHMED Bangladesh's bowling performance against Afghanistan showed just how important pace bowling could be in this World Cup and its importance will be amplified when they play Australia in their next game at the Gabba, which is ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
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