Zimbabwe

3:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Zimbabwe 307 for 4 (Williams 109*, Ervine 64, Moor 58*) beat UAE 176 all out (Usman 49, Rizwan 47, Burl 4-32) by 131 runs After running them close two nights ago, UAE were put through another tough examination in Harare. Zimbabwe’s quality of batsmanship was far superior, as they clinched
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  shares © AFP Kyle Jarvis picked four wickets, but Zimbabwe also had Regis Chakabva to thank for going 2-0 up in the four-match ODI series against UAE. Chakabva put together an unbroken 93-run stand with Peter Moor, who made 45 of those, as Zimbabwe secured a four-run win via the DLS method in Harare.
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7:03 AM ET Liam Brickhill Zimbabwe’s cricketers have joined the response to the devastation of Cyclone Idai, which ravaged eastern Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi last week causing widespread damage. Hundreds have been killed, with an estimated 2.6 million affected by the cyclone across the region. Zimbabwe Cricket has been one of a huge number of
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3:38 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Afghanistan have pulled out of a proposed tour of Zimbabwe next month over a disagreement about broadcasting the five ODIs, according to a release from Zimbabwe Cricket. The ACB had originally asked to Zimbabwe to host them as part of preparations for the World Cup, which takes place in England
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4:00 AM ET Mashonaland Eagles 203 for 8 (Kamunhukamwe 73, Chakabva 38*, Ndlovu 3-23) beat Matebeleland Tuskers 202 (Masuku 67, Mambo 2-36) by two wickets Mashonaland Eagles are Zimbabwe’s national one-day champions after a narrow two-wicket victory over Matebeleland Tuskers in the Pro50 Championship final played at the Harare Sports Club on Saturday. Chasing Tuskers’
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5:12 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff A former director of Zimbabwe Cricket, Enock Ikope, has been banned from all cricket for ten years by the ICC, for breaching three counts of the Anti-Corruption Code. Ikope’s ban is related to the Anti-Corruption Unit’s investigation into the corrupt approach made in October 2017 to former captain Graeme Cremer
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Jun 25, 2018 Zimbabwe have named a squad sans Brendan Taylor, Sikandar Raza, Graeme Cremer, Sean Williams for their upcoming T20 triangular series at home against Australia and Pakistan next month. While Raza will be playing in the Global T20 in Canada, Taylor, Cremer, Williams and Craig Ervine were omitted following an ongoing player-board fracas
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Oct 13, 2018 Big Picture South Africa have gained significant insights into their bench strength in the last two weeks of white-ball experimentation. They have had a look at 22 players, four opening pairs, umpteen seam options and both of their frontline wristspinners, while also managing to win every match. That they have done so
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7:39 AM ET Liam Brickhill Play in the latest round of the Logan Cup, Zimbabwe’s domestic first-class competition, has been suspended due to the ongoing turmoil in the country. Amid fuel shortages and a rising cost of living, doctors and teachers in the country have been on strike for better pay, and after the Zimbabwean
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Nov 13, 2018 Stumps Bangladesh 522 for 7 dec (Mushfiqur 219*, Mominul 161, Jarvis 5-71) lead Zimbabwe 304 (Taylor 110, Moor 83, Taijul 5-107, Mehidy 3-61) by 218 runs Taijul Islam celebrates a wicket with team-mates AFP Zimbabwe made a firm riposte with the bat before Bangladesh’s spinners seized the initiative on the third day in
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