Logan Cup, Day 3 in Mutare: Mountaineers 229 & 0/0 v Mashonaland Eagles 267 & 212.
Liam Dawson dominated the third day of the Castle Logan Cup match between Mountaineers and Mash Eagles. The Mountaineers now require 251 runs to win with a day to bat and ten wickets in hand. Dawson scored his maiden ton for a Zimbabwean team and topped this classic performance by taking seven wickets in the same day.
Logan Cup, Day 3 in Masvingo: Mid-West Rhinos beat Southern Rocks by an innings and 215 runs.
This sadly one-sided match came to an end at 3.30 on the third afternoon, as the Southern Rocks batting crumbled for the second time in the match, giving the powerful Mid-West Rhinos team the easiest of victories.
Logan Cup, Day 2 in Masvingo: Southern Rocks 150 v Mid-West Rhinos 411/3.
It was a day of triumph for Gary Ballance and Malcolm Waller of Mid-West Rhinos, as they mastered the Southern Rocks bowling during a massive third-wicket partnership of 341 runs, just one run short of the Zimbabwean record for any partnership in first-class cricket. Both recorded their best scores in first-class cricket, Ballance making 210 and Waller finishing the day still unbeaten with 172.
Logan Cup, Day 2 in Mutare: Mashonaland Eagles 267 v Mountaineers 142/5.
Mash Eagles bowlers Tinotenda Mutombodzi and Mark Mbofana continued their fine batting performance onto day two at Mutare Sports Club against a composed Mountaineers. The Eagles were 185 runs for seven wickets after their main batters had capitulated to some fine bowling from the home side seamers.