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Zimbabwe: Frustration Awaits

February 7, 2011 by


The World Cup is just around the corner, and now that the Sean Ervine saga is out of the way (the less said about that, the better), let’s have a look at where Zimbabwe stand.  Zimbabwe has a long history of upsets at the World Cup, and has reached the latter stages of the competitions […]

The Implications of a Rebel Return

December 31, 2010 by


News that Sean Ervine, one of the original “rebels” whose departure from the side in 2004 led to Zimbabwean cricket’s (ZC) sharp decline, is set to return to the side in time for the World Cup has been met with jubilation by most fans of the team. Newsday reported comments by Zimbabwe Cricket’s Convenor of Selectors, Alistair Campbell, […]

Looking ahead to the Stanbic 20/20

November 12, 2010 by


Tomorrow (Saturday 13th) sees the start of Zimbabwe’s domestic Twenty20 tournament, and in a country where cricket has had more than its fair share of problems over the past few years it’s a bright spot in the schedule that brings out both the crowds – last year’s final drew a sell-out crowd to Harare Sports […]