Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) Thursday evening confirmed that two players and two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 despite being in a bio-secure bubble set up for players placed on standby at the ZC Academy House in Harare.
The ZC is currently in Pakistan for a
Zimbabwe Cricket Wednesday named five uncapped players in the 15 member squad for the upcoming two-test series against Sri Lanka starting this Sunday.
A notable absentee from the squad is seamer Tendai Chatara, who has been ruled out after failing to recover from a bicep injury
Windies – 219 and 369-8 in 122.3 overs (Roston Chase 91*, Kraigg Brathwaite 86, Devendra Bishoo 44, Shai Hope 44, Kyle Hope 43; Graeme Cremer 3/111, Kyle Jarvis 2/66, Sean Williams 2/90)
Zimbabwe – 159 all out in 61.3 overs (Hamilton Masakadza 42, Craig Ervine 39,
The four-day Logan Cup competition for the 2017/18 season starts tomorrow, Wednesday 4 October, with Harare Metropolitan Eagles hosting Bulawayo Metropolitan Tuskers at Harare Sports Club and Midlands Rhinos facing Rising Stars at Kwekwe Sports Club.
The first-class competition has been expanded this year to include
A Zimbabwe Select side will face the Netherlands in three one-day matches in Harare next week.
The matches, all to be played at Harare Sports Club, are scheduled for 27 and 29 September and 1 October.
Zimbabwe have retained the entire squad that toured the Netherlands in
This was a wonderful turnaround in form for Tuskers, who had finished at the bottom of the Logan Cup log, but won five of their six Pro50 matches
Bulawayo Metropolitan Tuskers are on the verge of winning the Pro50 Championship, despite their unexpected loss to Midlands Rhinos last Sunday.
With 14 points from their four matches so far, they have a six-point lead over Manicaland Mountaineers, their nearest rivals.
All they need is one victory
National team captain Graeme Cremer has been included in the Zimbabwe A side for the three one-day matches against Canada in Harare next week.
Cremer was named together with fellow seasoned internationals Sean Williams, Sikandar Raza Butt, Chamunorwa Chibhabha, Tinashe Panyangara, Malcolm Waller, Tendai Chatara and
Tinotenda Mutombodzi played a captain’s innings for Harare Metropolitan Eagles on the second day of their Logan Cup match against Bulawayo Metropolitan Tuskers at Country Club in Harare yesterday.
After his team had made a bad start on a pitch not well suited to batting after