Henry Olonga and Andy Flower have a chat at Lord's

World Cup No. 8: the big story

Olonga and Flower make a stand

It was a defining image of the 2003 tournament: two players, one black, one white, risking their lives and careers by wearing black armbands to protest injustice

Prosper Utseya and Tendai Chatara celebrate the win

Walking up the down escalator

Player strikes, defeats against fellow minnows, and mountains of debt for the board marked another grim year

A disappointed Sikandar Raza heads back after holing out to point

Zimbabwe news

OB van impounded in latest ZC financial snag

Zimbabwe Cricket's mounting debt problems came to a head on Tuesday afternoon, when the deputy sheriff in Harare impounded its Outside Broadcast van, as well as vehicles used by managing director Wilfred Mukondiwa and selector Givemore Makoni

Dale Steyn exults after removing Aaron Finch's middle stump

Australia v South Africa, tri-series final, Harare

Swinging Steyn stings Australia

Once he had the ball reversing, Dale Steyn showed why he is the world's finest bowler

Darren Lehmann shakes hands with Dale Steyn

Australia v South Africa, Tri-series, final, Harare

'It was a 280-300 wicket' - Bailey

George Bailey rued the inability of his batsmen to weather the Dale Steyn storm after Australia's six-wicket defeat to South Africa in the final of the Zimbabwean tri-series

Faf du Plessis packs power into a shot

Zimbabwe triangular series 2014

Bailey wary of du Plessis threat

George Bailey, Australia's stand-in captain, believes that the South Africa's in-form batsman Faf du Plessis did not give "many clues as to how to get him out"

Faf du Plessis was solid against the spinners

Zimbabwe v South Africa, Tri-series, Harare

Du Plessis in the form of his career - de Villiers

South Africa captain AB de Villiers believes that Faf du Plessis is in the form of his international career, after the batsman struck his third hundred of the series to power South Africa into the final

Brendan Taylor targets the off side

Zimbabwe v South Africa, Tri-series, Harare

'Could have won if we supported Taylor' - Chigumbura

Zimbabwe didn't have a realistic chance of qualifying for the final, but they could have beaten South Africa if Brendan Taylor had more support at the other end, Elton Chigumbura has said

Dale Steyn is congratulated in a unique way after a wicket

Zimbabwe v South Africa, Tri-series, Harare

South Africa not taking it easy

Russell Domingo suggested that there is unlikely to be any experimentation in the South African line-up in their final group game against Zimbabwe

Mitchell Marsh scored his maiden ODI fifty

Australia v South Africa, tri-series, Harare

Marsh works his Mitchcraft on South Africa

Mitchell Marsh said that he had been working on his bowling "to get it up to a great level", after his all-round display in Harare helped Australia seal a place in the tri-series final with a 62-run win against South Africa