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Zim hope for home ground edge | The Chronicle

ZIMBABWE skipper Graeme Cremer acknowledged that the Cricket World Cup qualifier would not be easy, but opined that the home conditions could give them the edge.

ICC team inspects Bulawayo venues | The Chronicle

Mehluli Sibanda, Senior Sports Reporter Officials from ICC yesterday toured venues to be used for matches and practice in Bulawayo ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier matches to be played in the city in less than two weeks.

Cash crunch threatens to derail Zim’s season | The Chronicle

ZIMBABWE’S ongoing cash crunch is threatening to disrupt, if not entirely wipe out, their forthcoming international season.

Five Byo schools to benefit from CWC Qualifiers legacy | The Chronicle

Mehluli Sibanda, Senior Sports Reporter FIVE schools from Bulawayo will benefit from expert coaching from the teams that will be based in the city as part of the International Cricket Council Cricket World Cup Qualifier legacy.

Afghans announce squad for CWC Qualifier | The Chronicle

THE 2018 World Cup qualifier is all set to begin in a few weeks’ time in Zimbabwe to decide the final qualification for the much-anticipated 2019 World Cup, which is scheduled to be held in England and Wales.

Madhevere stars in easy Zim win | The Chronicle

Namibia 113 in 40.1 overs (van Wyk 24; Madhevere 2/11) lost to Zimbabwe 114/3 in 19.1 overs (Madhevere 47) by seven wickets.

‘Never wanted to completely give up’ | The Chronicle

BRENDAN Taylor signed a three-year Kolpak deal with Nottinghamshire following the conclusion of the 2015 World Cup.

Vitori’s action gets clean chit | The Chronicle

ZIMBABWE’S left-arm fast bowler Brian Vitori has been cleared to bowl in international cricket after his bowling action was found to be legal following remedial work and reassessment, the International Cricket Council announced on Saturday.

Streak hopeful of ODI series | The Chronicle

Ellina Mhlanga, Harare Bureau ZIMBABWE cricket coach Heath Streak is hopeful his side will rediscover their form when they get back into action next week in a triangular One Day International series in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh without head coach for tri-series | The Chronicle

BANGLADESH will be without a head coach for the upcoming one-day international tri-series against Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe, as well as the Test and T20 series against Sri Lanka.

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North Kalgoorlie and Great Boulder have emerged as Goldfields A-grade turf cricket’s early benchmarks after both squads chalked up wins last Sunday.

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