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Chevrons lose again

The Herald PAKISTAN romped to victory against Zimbabwe in the first ODI at Queen’s Sports Club, Bulawayo, pummelling the hosts by 201 runs yesterday.

Mire’s star shines

The Herald Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter HOSTS Zimbabwe might have failed to make a big impression in the recent Triangular T20I series involving two of the world’s best cricket teams – Pakistan and Australia – but opening batsman Solomon Mire will probably remember the tournament for a long time.

Mire comes of age in losing cause

The Herald Liam Brickhill in HARARE ELEVEN years ago in Harare, Solomon Mire played his first professional cricket match.

Door still open for Taylor and company

The Herald Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE cricket selectors yesterday said the door is still open for senior players, including former captains Brendan Taylor and Graeme Cremer, who will not be part of the national team for the upcoming T20I triangular featuring Pakistan and Australia starting next week.

Heath Streak honoured

The Herald A WELCOME reception was hosted for former Chevrons gaffer Heath Streak for his role in helping the Kolkata Knight Riders reach the play-offs at the Indian Premier League.

Bid to paralyse ZC flops

The Herald ATTEMPTS by shadowy forces to paralyse Zimbabwe Cricket after the chaos that followed the country’s failure to qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup in England next year appear to be failing.


India have invested too much power in Kohli

Virat Kohli: domineering By Andy Bull/The Guardian The second Test was all of 37 balls old when Virat Kohli found himself back in the middle, batting again.