The return of the left-arm fast bowler – who was recently cleared by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to resume bowling in international cricket following remedial work and re-assessment of his action
"Scotland were a strong team and you could see they had played regular cricket, being in their mid-season. They are a strong Associate and the fact that they recently beat Sri Lanka and ourselves in first ODIs shows they are progressing as a country.”
Scotland – 317-6 in 50 overs (Kyle Coetzer 109, Michael Leask 59*, Craig Wallace 58; Sean Willliams 2/48, Sikandar Raza 1/43, Graeme Cremer 1/45)
Zimbabwe – 272 all out in 41.4/43 overs, target 299 (Malcolm Waller 92, Sean Williams 70, Solomon Mire 40; Con de Lange
Zimbabwe will become the first International Cricket Council (ICC) full member, in four years, to tour the Netherlands when they play three One Day International matches against the Dutch team in July.
The tour has already been described as ‘’significant’’ by the hosts.
The visit, the first
The Zimbabwe Under-19 side will host the Namibia Under-19s for five youth one-day international (ODI) matches scheduled for Harare next week.
The series is set to start with the first game on Monday, the 24th of April, with the second match penciled for the following day.
Cricket Scotland announced on Wednesday (March 22) that they would host Zimbabwe in two One-Day Internationals in Edinburgh in June this year.
Following the Intercontinental Cup match with Namibia in Ayr from June 6 to 9 and the two 50-over World Cricket League clashes with the
A Zimbabwe wicket two balls before rain descended upon Harare, helped Afghanistan complete a 12-run win courtesy Duckworth-Lewis.
The hosts were ahead by a solitary run according to the D/L method at the beginning of the 28th over, but Rashid Khan's wicket of Ryan Burl - which reduced Zimbabwe