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South Africa Restores Relations With Zimbabwe
Published on :23rd May 2009
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has restored bilateral ties with Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), the board has confirmed. After meeting with officials from ZC, including president Peter Chingoka
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India And South Africa To Play Tri-Series In Zimbabwe
Published on :24th March 2009
India will join South Africa in playing a One Day International tri-series in Zimbabwe immediately after the ICC World Twenty20 in June. "After the ICC Twenty20 World Cup, the Indian team will play four One Day Internationals in the West Indies after which, the team will tour Zimbabwe
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New Zealand delays Zimbabwe tour
Published on :25th February 2009
NEW Zealand has postponed its tour of Zimbabwe in the face of strong political opposition, the country's cricket board said today. The one-year delay came after New Zealand Prime Minister John Key indicated he was prepared to stop the tour going ahead, citing ``very real, genuine security risks'' for the players.
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Canada set to tour Zimbabwe
Published on :8th February 2009
Canada are set to play their first major overseas series against a Full Member country when they tour Zimbabwe in March. The matches form part of their preparations for the ICC World Cup Qualifiers in April. The games, which are likely to all be played in Harare, will take place between March 18 and 26
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Masakadza leads Zimbabwe's 5-0 sweep
Published on :4th February 2009
Zimbabwe sealed the five-match series, a lopsided battle of the minnows, with a seven-wicket win in Nairobi to record a clean sweep. They were barely challenged, save for two early wickets, in their chase of a modest 200 as Hamilton Masakadza, Stuart Matsikenyeri and Sean Williams compiled attacking half-centuries to steer them home with 15 overs to spare.
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Kenya All Out For 199 As Cremer Picks Up 4 Wickets
Published on :4th February 2009
Kenya were bowled out for 199 in the fifth and final One Day International against Zimbabwe, leaving the prospect of a 5-0 series defeat a distinct possibility in Nairobi. Collins Obuya kept the innings respectable with 75 in 108 balls with four fours and four sixes as Graeme Cremer's dream start to his ODI career continued as he picked up four for 31.
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Zimbabwe secure fourth straight win
Published on :1st February 2009
The series had already been won but Zimbabwe did not take it easy in the fourth ODI against Kenya in Nairobi, beating the hosts by 66 runs to secure their fourth straight win. Their batsmen showed resilience, recovering from a top-order wobble, and aggression to accelerate towards 285 for 8. Defending a sizeable total, Zimbabwe's bowlers tied Kenya down at the start of the chase and struck regularly to ensure victory despite Alex Obanda's unbeaten 96.
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Three Half-Centurions As Zimbabwe Reach 285
Published on :1st February 2009
Three men passed fifty as Zimbabwe made 285 for eight in the fourth One Day International against Kenya in Nairobi. Opener Hamilton Masakadza made 58 in 56 balls and after a mid-innings wobble, Prosper Utseya hit 51 and Forster Mutizwa hammered 61 to help their side reach a competitive score.
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Utseya leads Zimbabwe to series win
Published on :31st January 2009
Prosper Utseya played an outstanding captain's innings to lead Zimbabwe to a series-clinching four-wicket win in the third ODI in Nairobi when the home side had looked on course to keep the contest alive. After battling hard to reach 234, Kenya took wickets at regular intervals but were thrown off course by Utseya, who made a career-best unbeaten 68, and a superbly-timed assault from wicketkeeper Forster Mutizwa as the victory came with 10 balls to spare.
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Kenya set 235-run target for Zimbabwe
Published on :31st January 2009
Batting first, Kenya were reduced to 184 for eight off 44 overs in the third One-Dayer against Zimbabwe here on Saturday. Four quick wickets by Zimbabwe seamer Graeme Cremer (four for 39) pegged back Kenya to 140 for five off 35 overs at one stage. Earlier, Kenya won the toss and elected to bat first but lost their opener pretty early when medium pacer C B Mpofu drew first blood having S Waters caught by F Mutizwa for no score.
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