Thursday, 17 November 2011 07:33
Published inQ & A
Is this Zimbabwe’s new batting star of the future? It is, of course, too early to make predictions. But when an 18-year-old, twice in less than two weeks, scores centuries that are both more than half his team’s total, scored in a crisis situation and leading to the eventual victory of his team, it is something special. This is just what Kevin Kasuza, of Mountaineers, has done.
Castle Logan Cup match Day 3 in Mutare Sports Club: Southern Rocks (146 and 207) lost to Mountaineers (467/7 dec.) by an innings and 114 runs
Predictably, Mountaineers coasted to an easy innings victory over the sadly depleted Southern Rocks team on the third day of their match at Harare Sports Club. The match was over shortly after tea, a good all-round performance by the home side.
ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Bangladesh: Netherlands Women 148 for 4beat Zimbabwe Women 145 all out
Zimbabwe women’s national team lost to Netherlands by six wickets in their first match a group A ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier played at the Krira Shikka Protisthan in Dhaka on Monday. The loss places the ladies at the bottom of their group with Sri Lanka at third position because of a more favourable net run rate.