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Logan Cup resumes

Sports Reporter Mountaineers will be aiming to keep their campaign on track in their quest to retain Logan Cup title when the tournament resumes tomorrow with a home date against Midlands Rhinos.


STRANGE BEDFELLOWS…Former Zimbabwe cricket coach Heath Streak (left) and the game's domestic leader, Tavengwa Mukuhlani, share the same table at a media briefing when the two worked together before the gaffer was axed after the Chevrons failed to qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter 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.

Price questions ZC board

Sports Reporter THE raging debate over the Zimbabwe Cricket’s mass purge of national team technical staff has provoked angry responses from some sections of the cricket fraternity with former national team cricketer, Ray Price, yesterday alleging the board sacrificed the coaches to shift responsibility.

Chevrons target third win

A THRILLING two-run victory over Afghanistan has set Zimbabwe on course for a spot in the ICC Cricket World Cup for the 10th time in a row, and when they take on Hong Kong today, they will want to get themselves more points to be in a stronger position in the Super Sixes.

Zim, Afghanistan in mother of all battles

Mehluli Sibanda in Bulawayo AFTER a massive win over Nepal at Queens Sports Club on Sunday, Zimbabwe face a defining moment in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier when they clash with their arch-rivals Afghanistan at the same venue today.

ZC and PPC unveil big deal


ZC in shirt sponsorship deal

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter THINGS are shaping up for the Zimbabwe cricket team as they step up their preparations for the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 by unveiling a new shirt sponsorship deal estimated to be over $100 000 in Harare today.


Cricket Australia bags billion-dollar rights deal

Sydney: Cricket Australia has signed a new six-year broadcast agreement worth A$1.2 billion ($935 million), the board said on Friday, allaying fears of a financial blow in the wake of last month’s ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.