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1. Twin centuries for Taylor in Zimbabwe's 10th Test victory
Captain Brendan Taylor broke Zimbabwe batting records as the team marched to a 335 run victory over Bangladesh in the 1st Test match at Harare Sports Club. Taylor was man of the match having scored 171 first innings runs followed by an unbeaten 102 in the second innings, becoming only the third Zimbabwean to score twin centuries and the first Zimbabwean captain to do so. It's only the 14th instance of a captain scoring a century in each innings of a Test match, meaning Taylor joins an elite club including Sir Donald Bradman and Ricky Ponting among other Test cricket greats.
Posted by admin on April 21, 2013

2. Taylor stars as Zimbabwe win their comeback Test
Newly appointed national team captain Brendan Taylor starred as Zimbabwe powered to a 130 run victory against Bangladesh on the fifth and final day of the Castle Test match at Harare Sports Club. The victory marks a successful comeback to Test cricket, a format Zimbabwe have not participated in since a self-imposed exile in 2005.
Posted by admin on August 08, 2011

3. This Week in Zimbabwe (#19)
The ODI series between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe has kicked off.
Posted by admin on August 10, 2009

4. Taylor and Waller in the national squad, warm up match almost cancelled
Thank you to our friend Enock Muchinjo from the Zimbabwe Independent for this information.
Posted by admin on August 07, 2009

5. Zimbabwe U-19 to tour Bangladesh
Carlton Bernadus, the Deputy National Game Development Manager of the Bangladesh Cricket Board has told the Sri Lankan newspaper the Daily Mirror that the Bangladesh U-19 squad has a lot of cricket scheduled ahead of next years U-19 World Cup.
Posted by admin on August 03, 2009

6. This Week in Zimbabwe (#18)
There is less than a week before the ODI series vs Bangladesh kicks off.
Posted by admin on August 02, 2009

7. exclusive: Njabulo Ncube interview has spoken to up-and-coming Matabeleland fast bowler Njabulo Ncube about provincial cricket.
Posted by admin on July 27, 2009

8. This Week in Zimbabwe (#17)
As the Bangladesh tour looms ever closer, so does the amount of news coming out of Zimbabwe.
Posted by admin on July 26, 2009

9. Westerns franchise announce US$50,000 sponsorship
The sponsor name has yet to be announced, but Westerns franchise CEO Stanley Staddon announced to the Bulawayo Chronicle that the unknown company has signed on for an incredible US$50,000/year sponsorship.
Posted by admin on July 23, 2009

10. India and West Indies set to tour Zimbabwe in August
It suddenly looks like there will be a huge month of cricket ahead for Zimbabwe with India and West Indies set to take part in a tri-series after the Bangladesh tour. Due to India's presence the series will be a huge money-spinner for Zimbabwe Cricket, but more importantly it will give a cash injection to the West Indies Cricket Board - it is thought this was what lured the West Indians back after a strike for 2 Test matches against Bangladesh.
Posted by admin on July 23, 2009

11. Hondo to be named match analyst
ZC managing director Ozias Bvute confirmed to The Zimbabwe Independent on July 9 the appointments of Anesu Kafesu as national team manager and Joseph Madyembwa as national team match analyst.
Posted by admin on July 21, 2009

12. Vermeulen named in the top order by Chawaguta
As widely expected, Mark Vermeulen's return to top flight cricket has all but been made official with coach and member of the selection panel Walter Chawaguta saying to the Sunday Mail that Vermeulen will definitely be in the top three.
Posted by admin on July 19, 2009

13. This Week in Zimbabwe (#16)
Edition number sixteen of the weekly segment.
Posted by admin on July 17, 2009

14. Former players are eyeing returns in competitive cricket
Takashinga Premier Winter League Twenty-20 is underway this Sunday. There are four sides playing in it- Hamilton Masakadza captained Chaminuka, Prosper Utseya captained Tongogara and Elton Chigumbura captained Tangwena and the most surprise package was the team ‘ Red Lions’ which will be captained by 33 years old former Zimbabwean test batsman Trevor Gripper.
Posted by Detective RDS on July 15, 2009

15. Campbell named chairman of Cricket Committee
The unlikely source of has revealed that the Cricket Committee has been restructured - as widely expected since the ICC recommendations were made public and since the previous Cricket Committee was said to have been disbanded several months ago.
Posted by admin on July 14, 2009

16. This Week in Zimbabwe (#15)
It has been an exciting week full of news as the upcoming Bangladesh tour draws ever closer.
Posted by admin on July 13, 2009

17. Zimbabwe squad in training, Taylor absent - but ready to play
The Zimbabwe Independent's Enock Muchinjo spoke to Zimbabwe captain Prosper Utseya ahead of the 5 match ODI series against Bangladesh next month. Utseya says it's time for Zimbabwe to have a killer punch, with the experienced campaigners Stuart Matsikenyeri and Hamilton Masakadza needing to perform consistently.
Posted by admin on July 10, 2009

18. Alistair Campbell named head of the national selection panel
Former Test batsman Alistair Campbell has been appointed the chairman of selectors in yet another remarkable appointment by the Zimbabwe Cricket board following David Houghton's and Andy Waller's return to the organisation.
Posted by admin on July 07, 2009

19. Zimbabwe grouped with NZ, SL in 2010 World Twenty20
In the next edition of the ICC World Twenty20, Zimbabwe have been grouped with New Zealand and Sri Lanka in group C.
Posted by admin on July 06, 2009

20. This Week in Zimbabwe (#14)
The 14th edition of the weekly column, This Week in Zimbabwe.
Posted by admin on July 04, 2009

21. Westerns franchise to be called the Matabeleland Tuskers
The Chronicle has revealed that the Westerns franchise, headed by CEO Stanley Staddon, will be named the Matabeleland Tuskers, no doubt a reference to the many elephants in the region.
Posted by admin on July 02, 2009

22. This Week in Zimbabwe (#13)
Information about Bangladesh's tour of Zimbabwe is released.
Posted by admin on June 28, 2009

23. ZC unveil new website
As revealed exclusively by in May, Zimbabwe Cricket have created a new website. It can now be publicly accessed at
Posted by admin on June 25, 2009

24. This Week in Zimbabwe (#12)
The 12th edition of This Week in Zimbabwe.
Posted by admin on June 20, 2009

25. This Week in Zimbabwe (#11)
After a couple of exciting weeks in Zimbabwe with a constant flow of corporate news, things were a little quieter this week with cricket taking the centre stage once again.
Posted by admin on June 14, 2009

26. Exclusive: Royals win Abid Hamid tournament
Royal Cricket Club lifted the trophy in the inaugural Abid Hamid memorial tournament. Royals beat Old Hararians Sports Club in the final.
Posted by our correspondent and admin on June 09, 2009

27. Exclusive: Matabeleland prepare for their new franchise through warm-up games
There was Twenty20 action all over Zimbabwe this weekend. In addition to the 4-team Abid Hamid memorial tournament in Harare, cricketers from Bulawayo also got together for their own Twenty20 tournament.
Posted by admin on June 08, 2009

28. This Week in Zimbabwe (#10)
This is edition number 10 of the weekly series "This Week in Zimbabwe".
Posted by admin on June 05, 2009

29. Exclusive: Abid Hamid memorial Twenty20 tournament to be held
This coming weekend on the 6th and 7th of June, a Twenty20 Tournament is going to be held at Old Hararians Sports Club in Harare as a memorial for the late Abi Hamid. Abi Hamid was a match referee and a popular figure around Old Hararians, where he continued to play in the second division and was the club chairman until he passed away on March 29 2009.
Posted by our correspondent and admin on June 01, 2009

30. Exclusive: New ZC website design leaked has obtained a copy of the new website design, which ZC are expected to launch soon. Recently the main ZC homepage, was taken offline and replaced with an under construction page with a sneak preview of the new design.
Posted by admin on May 30, 2009