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  • Brathwaite helps WIndies consolidate lead

    Kraigg Brathwaite's unbeaten half-century solidify the West Indies' advantage over Zimbabwe on the third morning of the first Test at Queens Sports Club.

  • Dhaka Dynamites rope in Cremer

    Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer joins Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) defending champions Dhaka Dynamites after his recent performances caught the attention of the BPL franchise.

  • Zimbabwe to tour Sri Lanka after 15 years

    Sri Lanka's cricket board announce that Zimbabwe will embark on their first tour of Sri Lanka in 15 years this month, playing five one-day internationals and a Test match.

  • Zim beat Afg to keep ODI series alive

    Tarisai Musakanda hit 60 as Zimbabwe kept their five-match ODI series alive with a three-run win over Afghanistan in Harare on Tuesday.

  • Sri Lanka thrash Zim

    A change of format could not bring a change in fortunes for Zimbabwe, as Sri Lanka thrashed them by eight wickets in the first match of a one-day international triangular series at Harare Sports Club on Monday.

  • SL romp to 8-wicket victory against Zim

    Opener Dhananjaya de Silva struck an unbeaten 78 to help Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by eight wickets on Monday in the opening match of the triangular one-day tournament that also features West Indies.

  • Sri Lanka sweep Zimbabwe series

    Rangana Herath finished with 13 wickets as Sri Lanka completed a convincing 257-run victory over Zimbabwe in the second Test to sweep the series 2-0 at Harare Sports Club on Thursday.

  • Zim solid after SL run spree

    An unbroken century stand between Brian Chari and Craig Ervine gave Zimbabwe a solid start after Asela Gunaratne's maiden Test hundred had carried Sri Lanka to 504 on the second day of the second Test at Harare Sports Club on Monday.

  • De Silva ton drives SL

    Dhananjaya de Silva scored his second Test century to put Sri Lanka in control of the second and final Test against Zimbabwe after the first day at Harare Sports Club on Sunday.

  • Cremer hits maiden ton

    Graeme Cremer struck his maiden Test century but the Zimbabwe captain's gritty knock could not prevent his side from closing day three of the first Test against Sri Lanka with a massive deficit.

  • NZ sweep series

    Leg-spinner Ish Sodhi finishes with seven wickets in the match as New Zealand wrap up a 254-run victory over Zimbabwe.

  • Kiwis edge closer to thumping win

    Ross Taylor and BJ Watling score centuries as New Zealand close in on victory against hapless Zimbabwe after day three of the first Test.

  • Kiwis stamp their authority

    Tom Latham's century and 91 from Kane Williamson put New Zealand firmly in the driving seat with a 151-run lead over Zimbabwe on the second day of the first Test on Friday.

  • Wagner rocks Zimbabwe

    Left-arm seamer Neil Wagner's raw pace and aggression proves too much for an out-of-touch Zimbabwean batting lineup.

  • Cremer named Zim captain

    Zimbabwe appoint Graeme Cremer as captain of a 16-man squad named on Thursday for the two-Test series against New Zealand starting next week.

  • ‘Two-tier system will bring the death of Int’l cricket’

    Test cricket's newest nations are in despair at plans to split the format into two divisions, fearing it could undo decades of hard-fought progress on the field and kill interest in the game.

  • Elephant shot in forehead seeks aid when help arrives

    An injured elephant in Zimbabwe motions for assistance when help arrives after it wandered around a park for weeks with a massive gunshot wound on its head.

  • India level series

    Mandeep Singh blasts a quick-fire unbeaten half-century as India crush Zimbabwe by 10 wickets to level the Twenty20 series on Monday.

  • Arrestees are Indian businessman, IT expert

    The two Indian nationals, who have been arrested according to local police on alleged rape charges in Harare, are businessman and IT expert, reports The Indian Express.

  • Indian cricketers not involved in alleged rape

    Two Indian nationals have been arrested in Harare after being accused of rape, but reports that they are members of the Indian cricket team are incorrect, officials in Zimbabwe confirmed Sunday.

  • Indian cricketers not involved: Zimbabwe police

    Two Indian nationals have been arrested in Harare after being accused of rape, but reports that they are members of the Indian cricket team are incorrect, officials in Zimbabwe confirmed on Sunday.

  • Indian cricketer arrested for rape in Zimbabwe

    An unnamed Indian cricketer was arrested on Friday for allegedly raping a local woman in Harare, Zimbabwe.

  • Zimbabwe stun India

    The shorter the contest, the tighter the contest. Zimbabwe, outclassed in all three ODIs, pull off their second successive 20-over win over India.

  • Rahul ton lifts India

    Jasprit Bumrah leads the way with four wickets before KL Rahul marks his one-day international debut with an unbeaten century to take India to a nine-wicket victory over Zimbabwe.

  • Williamson confirmed as Kiwi Test captain

    Kane Williamson has officially been confirmed as New Zealand's captain in all three formats, and later this year is set to become the 29th man to lead the country in Test cricket.

  • Afghans romp into the Super Ten

    Afghanistan qualify for the Super Ten phase of ICC WT20 2016 on the back of a 59-run win over Zimbabwe at Nagpur stadium under the lights.

  • [WATCH] Scotland vs Zimbabwe World T20 highlights

    Zimbabwe win their second qualifying match for the ICC World T20 2016 after they came out in front by 11 runs against a feisty Scottish side at Nagpur.

  • Hero of the day: Match 5

    Sean Williams turns out a match-winning performance with the bat and scores 53 from 36 balls for Zimbabwe against Scotland during the Group B qualifying match of ICC World T20 2016.

  • Zimbabwe pip Scotland by 11 runs

    Zimbabwe win their second qualifying match for the ICC World T20 2016 after they come out in front by 11 runs against a feisty Scottish side at Nagpur, India.

  • Sibanda's fifty takes Zimbabwe closer to main draw

    Zimbabwe beat Hong Kong by 14 runs in ICC World T20 Qualifier at Nagpur, riding on Vusi Sibanda's first T20I fifty and Elton Chigumbura's audacious finishing.

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