Below are the squad listings for the provinces in Zimbabwean domestic cricket.
International players (qualification: at least one Test or ODI cap) have been highlighted. Alongside the province name is the total number of players announced as part of the squad so far (more will be announced as the domestic season progresses), the number of international players in the squad, and the what percentage of the squad is made up of international players.
Northerns - 12 players, 5 internationals (42%)
Regis Chakabva, Elton Chigumbura, Graeme Cremer, Trevor Garwe, Admire Manyumwa, Prince Masvaure, Sammy Mwakayeni, Raymond Price, Tatenda Taibu, Brendan Taylor, Prosper Tsvanhu, Cephas Zwuwawo
Southerns - 14 players, 4 internationals (29%)
Gerald Aliseni, Gary Brent, Chamu Chibhabha, Jemton Chinyengetere, Robertson Chinyengetere, Tendai Chisoro, Terrence Duffin, Tafadzwa Kamungozi, Blessing Mahwire, Hilary Matanga, Ashby Mutumbami, Richmond Mutumbami, Ian Nicolson, Brian Vitori
Easterns - 16 players, 5 internationals (31%)
Edzai Jaure, Philmon Kadziche, Alec Maparura, Timycen Maruma, Johnson Marumisa, Hamilton Masakadza, Shingarai Masakadza, Stuart Matsika, Stuart Matsikenyeri, Tino Mawoyo, Evans Mujaji, Silent Mujaji, Steady Musoso, Forster Mutizwa, Steven Nyamuzinga, Prosper Utseya
Westerns - 17 players, 5 internationals (29%)
Keith Dabengwa, Romeo Kasawaya, Simbarashe Kusano, Mark Mabuza, Thabo Mboyi, Chris Mpofu, Bornaparte Mujuru, Tawanda Mupariwa, Njabulo Ncube, Tafadzwa Ngulube, John Nyumbu, Khawulani Ntuli, Bradley Staddon, Greg Strydom, Freedom Takarusenga, Matthew Williams, Sean Williams
Centrals - 15 players, 3 internationals (20%)
Bothwell Chapungu, Patiant Charumbira, Eric Chauluka, Innocent Chikunya, Michael Chinouya, Gary Chirimuuta, Friday Kasteni, Tarisai Mahlunge, Solomon Mire, Brighton Mugochi, Taurai Muzarabani, Remembrance Nyathi, Ed Rainsford, Vusi Sibanda, Malcolm Waller
Last updated: March 27, 2008