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Volume 3, Issue 25, March 15 2002

By John Ward

Who would have imagined that our national side would be leading the one-day series - against India in India, of all places - by two victories to one? It seems almost unbelievable, and their victory in the third match of the series was most convincing. [More]


Ray Price on the India tour
A month ago, the name Raymond Price did nothing much for the cricket fan in India. But today, after the Test series with the Zimbabweans, the name comes has a huge PRICE tag. The only specialist spin bowler who was part of the touring Zimbabwean side, he had a huge responsibility on his shoulders, for it is a well-known fact that both the Nagpur and the Delhi pitches favoured spin, for the sheer nature of the wicket is such that favours turn. [More]


David Mutendera
It took almost the full twenty years for the first development cricketer to break through to the Zimbabwe national side, paving the way for many more to follow in years to come. The man in question was pace bowler David Mutendera. [More]

Andre Hoffman
Andre Hoffman, currently captain of the CFX Academy in the 2001/02 Logan Cup competition, is a cricketer with a handicap, which he is not afraid to admit and to tackle. [More]

Jordane Nicolle
One of the most promising students at the CFX Academy in 2002 is Matabelelandís young pace bowler Jordane Nicolle. [More]

Innocent Chinyoka
One of the 2002 Academy students who came seemingly out of nowhere to make a name for himself as an all-rounder was Innocent Chinyoka. [More]




Second ODI: a Mohali win for India...again
by Trishna Bose
Mohali has been a lucky ground for the Indians as they have had a good win record at this ground. Souravís luck with the toss carried into the second one-dayer; he elected to bat on a wicket that offers runs in plenty. Zimbabwe had to field on a wicket that is one of the few in India that favours pace. [More]

Matabeleland cricket report
by Derrick Townshend
It has been a relatively quiet week for the Matabeleland team following their rather inept display against Midlands recently. Stand-in coach, former national player Noel Peck, let the team have light practices for the remainder of last week and preparations for the forthcoming match against the Academy in Harare are now under way. [More]


Updated Test records of all Zimbabwean players who took part in the series against India: Gav Rennie | Heath Streak | Tatenda Taibu | Brighton Watambwa | Al Campbell | Stu Carlisle | Dion Ebrahim | Andy Flower | Grant Flower | Travis Friend | Trevor Gripper | Ray Price



Hondo elated after bowling Ganguly
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