Zimbabwe

3:27 PM GMT Peter Della PennaCricket Close Peter Della Penna is an American cricket journalist who also writes for ESPNcricinfo.com and DreamCricket.com. Since 2010, he has penned the USA entry in the Cricket Round the World section of the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack.Follow Peter on Twitter @PeterDellaPenna The ICC has eased concerns over proposed plans to scrap the
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3:54 PM GMT ESPNcricinfo staff Zimbabwe’s debutant opening batsman Kevin Kasuza has passed an initial test for concussion after being struck on the side of his helmet while fielding at short leg during Sri Lanka’s innings in the ongoing Harare Test. He will continue to be monitored overnight for concussion. Typically, a player is assessed
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12:16 PM GMT ESPNcricinfo staff Sean Williams will captain Zimbabwe for their upcoming two-Test home series against Sri Lanka starting on January 19. One-third of the players he leads though have never played the longest format. Sean Williams (capt), Sikandar Raza, Regis Chakabva (wk), Craig Ervine, Kyle Jarvis, Kevin Kasuza, Timycen Masruma, Prince Masvaure, Brian
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4:13 PM GMT Zimbabwe’s players have not been provided with any reason for the two Logan Cup matches that were supposed to begin on Thursday not getting underway as scheduled. The first-class domestic tournament started on December 10, after a delay to the start of the season while ZC waited for an ICC disbursement following
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The Test win in Sylhet was Zimbabwe’s first away win in the format since 2001 © Getty Images Zimbabwe will host their first Test in over two years when they play Sri Lanka in a two-match series starting January 19. This will also be their first assignment since the ICC reinstated their membership following a
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12:33 PM ET Zimbabwe have been reinstated as a member of the ICC, three months after being suspended for government interference in its board. The sanction on Zimbabwe was lifted at the ICC’s October board meeting on Monday, between the governing body’s chairman Shashank Manohar, chief executive Manu Sawhney, Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani,
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3:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Zimbabwe 168 for 2 (Moor 92*, Munyonga 44) beat Singapore 167 for 7 (Chandramohan 66, David 47, Jakiel 2-27) by 8 wickets Peter Moor smashed 92* off 60 as Zimbabwe avenged their shock defeat against Singapore in the two sides’ last meeting in the Singapore Twenty20 Tri-Series 2019, beating the
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3:00 AM ET Zimbabwe chose to bowl v Aghanistan Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza decided to field after winning the toss against Afghanistan in the second match of the tri-series. Masakadza said that they wanted to win this game to ensure that their last two games don’t become dead rubbers. Afghanistan are currently on a hot
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© IDI/Getty Zimbabwe will contest the T20 tri-series in Bangladesh later this month minus their experienced allrounder, Sikandar Raza. While announcing a 15-man squad for the series that also includes Afghanistan, Zimbabwe Cricket said “the selectors have opted to leave out Sikandar Raza over pending disciplinary issues raised by the captain”. “It is important that
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8:44 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza has announced his decision to retire from international cricket after the upcoming T20I tri-series in Bangladesh, where Afghanistan are the third team. In February, 36-year-old Masakadza was appointed Zimbabwe’s captain across formats, but with the ICC suspending Zimbabwe in July, his future as well as that
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11:09 AM ET Liam Brickhill Former Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Peter Chingoka has died. Chingoka, who was 65, was one of the first black Zimbabweans to make his name in cricket, initially as a player and subsequently in administration. As a seamer and a useful lower-order batsman in his youth, Chingoka captained the South African African
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Zimbabwe news August 9, 2019 This is the first step in getting the suspension lifted, but it’s not quite a straightforward road yet Gerald Mlotshwa, chairman of Zimbabwe’s Sports and Recreation Commission, that was put in charge of running Zimbabwe cricket © AFP The spat between Zimbabwe’s Sports and Recreation Commission and Zimbabwe Cricket appears
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2:40 PM ET Liam Brickhill Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza has written to sports minister Kirsty Coventry to ask for “urgent intervention” after Zimbabwe Cricket’s suspension by the ICC. Masakadza’s letter follows similar communication from women’s captain Mary-Anne Musonda, who had asked the minister to step in and resolve the apparent impasse between Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)
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