Telford Vice on Mark Vermeulen
Jan 13, 2007: Mark Vermeulen, once among Zimbabwe's most promising young batsmen, could spend his next 25 years in jail. Telford Vice examines his descent into serious behavioural disorder ...
Three-year term for former PM
Apr 15, 2005: John Major, the former Prime Minister and current president of Surrey, has topped the poll in the elections of the next of committee of MCC
Sep 22, 2003: 1939 The birth of a dear old thing
Dec 21, 2002: Abbreviations: Capital letters for team names denotes a Test match
Dec 17, 2002: Alistair Campbell, acting captain of Zimbabwe during the Pakistan tour, spoke to ZCO about that tour and assessed each of the players who took part
Nov 16, 2002: Abbreviations: Capital letters for team names denotes a Test match
Nov 7, 2002: Alistair Campbell was perhaps rather reluctant to take on the mantle of Zimbabwe cricket captain again, but he saw it as a duty to Zimbabwean cricket, with no other obvious willing and capable candidate for the post in the absence of Heath Streak
Jan 19, 2002: Alistair `Two-Ton' Campbell is ready and prepared to join the national team in India - if the selectors choose him
Jan 4, 2002: Alistair Campbell for the first time has been omitted from the Zimbabwean team, currently touring Sri Lanka - although he reveals that he had been invited at the last minute
Nov 15, 2001: The Board of Directors of the Zimbabwe Cricket Union has agreed that for transparency the findings by the Disciplinary Board of Inquiry be made public and accordingly the full report on the above matter is now attached
Aug 4, 2001: What a Test Match
Jul 22, 2001: Shortly after tea, West Indies wrapped up a fine victory over Zimbabwe by an innings and 176 runs
Jul 21, 2001: West Indies met with unexpected resistance in the final session of the third day against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo, when the home team's openers put on 112 together without loss
Jul 3, 2001: As most of you probably have gathered, our participation in the Coca-Cola triangular tournament is now at an end
Jun 14, 2001: After winning the toss in the First Test and deciding to bat, we needed to bat well as it was a very good wicket, and a poor start would put us on the back foot straight away
Jun 5, 2001: Well the time has come for us to get stuck into our winter programme
May 14, 2001: The dust has long settled on the Bangladesh Tour, and I have had the opportunity to take a 10 day break with my family on the Natal coast in South Africa
Mar 3, 2001: Alistair Campbell continues his talk with John Ward with his impressions on Zimbabwe's performances in Australia
Mar 3, 2001: Alistair Campbell talks about his first Test century, scored in India, and the Australian tour to John Ward
Feb 13, 2001: Alistair Campbell Photo © CricInfo Ltd
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This Bangladesh are crazy if they think they can beat Sri Lanka in their own den. Right?
Under duress again, Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim forged a match-winning partnership and contributed in the second innings to help Bangladesh create history