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CRICKETERS FIGHT OVER AFGHAN DEFEAT

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Retired Zimbabwe national cricket team players and those still in the game had a nasty social media fight over the team’s defeat to Afghanistan in a five-match one-day international series that ended at Harare Sports Club on Sunday. BY Kevin Mapasure Former captain Brendan Taylor, who is now playing in England leapt to the current national team’s defence in the ...

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AFGHANISTAN RAZE ZIMBABWE FOR 54 TO CLINCH SERIES

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Afghanistan’s bowlers combined to roll Zimbabwe over for 54, helping the visitors seal a 3-2 series win with a 106-run D/L victory in the final ODI in Harare. Afghanistan elected to bat and were provided a brisk start thanks to opener Noor Ali Zadran’s 49-ball 46, even as Zimbabwe got regular breakthroughs early on. Noor Ali eventually fell at the ...

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CHEVRONS SEEK SERIES CLINCHER

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The Zimbabwe Chevrons appear to have their tails up, heading into today’s fifth and final one-day-international against Afghanistan.By Tinashe Kusema After a disappointing start to the series, where the Asians raced to a two-nil lead, the Chevrons responded with class and aplomb. First, the team grabbed victory from the jaws of defeat during Tuesday’s low scoring thriller in which Zimbabwe ...

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ZIM WIN TO LEVEL SERIES

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ZIMBABWE reached their target in 22.2 overs to win by seven wickets via Duckworth-Lewis and level the five-match cricket series 2-2 in the fourth one-day international against Afghanistan in Harare yesterday.Supersport.com Middle-order batsman, Sean Williams (16 not out) brought up the winnings runs with a boundary, while opener Peter Moor remained unbeaten on 36 as the hosts ended on 107 ...

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ZC RESIST TEST RELEGATION

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Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is geared to resist proposals that could see the country losing International Cricket Council (ICC) full membership as well as getting relegated to the lower tier of Test cricket. By Kevin Mapasure The ICC board meeting which was held earlier this month came up with proposals that if adopted at the next meeting in April would see ...

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ZIMBABWE LOOK TO KEEP SERIES ALIVE

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Chris Mpofu and Sean Williams pulled off a heist in the third one-day international (ODI) to keep Zimbabwe in the hunt in the ongoing series. After succumbing rather tamely in the first two encounters, the hosts combined with Afghanistan to put up a classic of the highest order at the Harare Sports Club. However, that was only the first step ...

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AFGHANISTAN LOSE 5 FOR 5 TO MESS UP 130

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Harare Sports Club – Afghanistan are cantering towards a target of 130. They need 16 runs more, off 24 overs, with five wickets in hand, to win a third successive ODI series against Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe have never defended so low a total in one-day internationals. Source : CricInfo The match is in the bag, right? Enter seamer Chris Mpofu. Add ...

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ZIM UNDER PRESSURE TO HALT POOR RUN

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The Zimbabwe national cricket team find themselves under intense pressure to keep the five-match one-day international series against Afghanistan alive when the two teams clash for the third match at Harare Sports Club today. BY Kevin Mapasure The Zimbabwe national cricket team will be hoping for an improved performance when they take on Afghanistan in the third one-day international this ...

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ZC TARGET BIGGER SHARE

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Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)is one of the smaller full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) who will be keen to push for a bigger piece of the financial cake . By Kevin Mapasure Among many other issues, the meeting will discuss the possibility of a new financial model as the one giving the boards of India, Australia and England, popularly ...

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ZIMBABWE LOSE FIRST ODI

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Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 12 runs Hosts, Zimbabwe were made to pay for a sluggish run chase, slumping to a 12-run defeat to Afghanistan via the Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-interrupted first one-day international (ODI) cricket match at Harare Sports Club yesterday. BY MUNYARADZI MADZOKERE With the win, Afghanistan, who have developed a bogey side tag over Zimbabwe, took the ...

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