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Rajput appointed Chevrons coach | The Chronicle

Lalchand Rajput Bongani Ndlovu, Sports Correspondent ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) has appointed Indian Lalchand Rajput as interim head coach of the senior national men’s team.

Zim announce interim selection panel | The Chronicle

Zim announce interim selection panel A three-man panel will select Zimbabwe’s squad for the triangular T20 international series against Australia and Pakistan.

Nyumbu reaches 200 wickets milestone | The Chronicle

John Nyumbu Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter MATABELELAND Tuskers’ spin bowler John Nyumbu is still revelling at his 200-wicket first class cricket milestone achieved when they overran Mashonaland Eagles by 354 runs in the Logan Cup last week.

Zim’s CWC failure claims another scalp | The Chronicle

Bongani Ndlovu, Sports Correspondent ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) managing director Faisal Hasnain has officially resigned from his position with immediate effect due to the Chevrons’ failure to qualify for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.

Cricketers who have become stars outside their countries of birth | The Chronicle

FOR many years now, more and more cricketers have established themselves as star performers on the international stage outside their country of birth.

PPC Zim seeks schools to sponsor | The Chronicle

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter IN a bid to help develop sports in the country, PPC Zimbabwe will sponsor deserving schools with marathon vests and has appealed to the public to help identify such schools.

New twist to ZC, Streak saga | The Chronicle

Eddie Chikamhi, Harare Bureau THE dispute between Heath Streak and Zimbabwe Cricket is likely to drag longer as the former national team coach has taken his legal battle a gear up by seeking to stop the association from appointing new personnel to fill his position.

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.

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.


Warner to play grade cricket in Sydney

(Reuters) - Banned Australia batsman David Warner will attempt to get his career back on track by playing the start of the Sydney grade cricket season with Randwick Petersham.