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newscricketa year ago

Reports | Sean Williams withdraws retirement letter, will continue playing for Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Test Captain Sean Williams has reportedly withdrawn his retirement letter, which he had forwarded the board ahead of the white ball series against Ireland. The left-hand batsman will continue playing for Zimbabwe until his central contract completes, which ends in eight months’ time.
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newscricketa year ago

Taylor, Ervine and Williams return to squad for Ireland and Scotland tour

The likes of Brendan Taylor, Craig Ervine, and Sean Williams will be available for Zimbabwe for the upcoming tours to Ireland and Scotland. Zimbabwe will play five T20Is and three ODIs against Ireland from August 27 and then travel to Scotland for three more T20Is, that start from September 15.
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newscricket3 years ago

Zimbabwe name Sean Williams as Test captain; Chamu Chibhabha to lead white-ball teams

Zimbabwe Cricket, on Tuesday, announced Sean Williams as the captain of the Test side while Chamu Chibhabha will be the skipper of the ODI and T20I teams on an interim basis. The appointments have been made following recommendations from ZC's director of cricket Hamilton Masakadza.
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newscricket3 years ago

T20 tri-series | Hamilton Masakadza signs off from international cricket with blazing half-century

Hamilton Masakadza struck a blazing half-century in his farewell match to lead Zimbabwe to a seven-wicket win over Afghanistan in their last match of the T20 tri-series in Chittagong on Friday. Masakadza’s 42-ball 71 helped Zimbabwe chase their target of 156 with three balls to spare.
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newscricket3 years ago

Shift in focus does not mean we will make wholesale changes to Zimbabwe squad, says coach Lalchand Rajput

Zimbabwe coach Lalchand Rajput has said that a shift in focus does not mean they will make wholesale changes, as they still need the experience to combine youth. Meanwhile, all-rounder, Sikandar Raza has been left out of the T20 squad for the tri-series in Bangladesh due to disciplinary issues.
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newscricket6 years ago

I would have hanged myself in that tomato tree: Makhaya Ntini on Zimbabwe's performance

After Zimbabwe’s humiliating loss to India in the 2nd ODI on Monday, interim coach Makhaya Nitni has said that he wanted to hang himself after watching his team's performance. Ntini has expressed his disappointment about how the team threw the match away from a position of strength.
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