2nd T20 played in Harare: Mash Eagles 126 for 8 (Brown 28, Trego 22, Price 2-26) beat Kenya 122 for 7 (Wesonga 27* , N Odhiambo 19)
The Kenyan national team continued to be highly competitive but not enough to convert their efforts to a victory as they slumped to a two wicket defeat against the Mashonaland Eagles at Harare Sports Club on Thursday. Mash Eagles lead 2-0 in their three match preparation series prior to their campaign to defend their Stanbic Bank 20 series title.
ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Bangladesh: Sri Lanka Women 63 for 3beat Zimbabwe Women 62 all out
Sri Lanka landed Zimbabwe a seven wicket defeat at the Krira Shikkha Protisthan Stadium in Dhaka on Thursday. Zimbabwe’s campaign in the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifiers started off on a disappointing note win a six wicket loss against the Netherlands on Monday and the loss places them in fourth place of group A, one place about the USA who still have a game in hand.
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.