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Disappearing acts

Sep 5, 2006: Steve Pittard on cricketers who went missing in action

Steve Pittard

Australia v Zimbabwe, 1st Test, Perth, day 1

A chastening start

Oct 9, 2003: Zimbabwe predictably struggled on the first day of the inaugural Test on Australian soil, at Perth

The Zimbabwe Verdict by John Ward

Warriors Re/Max Cip team announced

Oct 2, 2003: The WACA have announced the WA team to take on Zimbabwe in the three-day RE/MAX Cup clash beginning at the WACA Ground on Friday.

Western Australia Cricket Association

Zimbabwe in Australia 2003-04

Wishart and Gripper recalled for Australia trip

Sep 17, 2003: Craig Wishart and Trevor Gripper have been recalled to the squad for Zimbabwe's maiden Test tour of Australia next month

Wisden CricInfo staff

Craig Evans - One Day career averages

Apr 4, 2003: Opponents (Venue) No

John Ward

Craig Evans - First Class career averages

Apr 4, 2003: Abbreviations: Capital letters for team names denotes a Test match

John Ward

Biography: Craig Evans

Apr 4, 2003: FULL NAME: Craig Neil Evans BORN: 29 November 1969, Salisbury (now Harare) MAJOR TEAMS: Mashonaland Under-24 (1993/94), Mashonaland (since 1994/95)

John Ward

Craig Evans: peaking at 32

Apr 25, 2002: Tall, burly all-rounder Craig Evans has had a chequered career for Zimbabwe

John Ward

Craig Evans on the Board XI's one-day match v Natal B

Nov 2, 2000: Craig Evans is a Russian-roulette type of batsman

John Ward

Zimbabwe Board XI v Natal B: One-Day Match

Oct 30, 2000: The Zimbabwe Board XI completed a `double' over the visiting Natal B team by defeating them by four wickets in the one-day game, following on from their three-day victory the previous day

John Ward

Craig Evans interviewed on his Zimbabwe record partnership in the Logan Cup

Mar 30, 2000: Craig Evans (153) and Dirk Viljoen (173 not out) set a new record for all Zimbabwean partnerships when they added 330 together for the fourth wicket for Mashonaland against Matabeleland in the recent Logan Cup match at Bulawayo Athletic Club

John Ward

Evans and Viljoen record stand in Mashonaland victory

Mar 26, 2000: After putting up a good fight for the first day and a half of the Logan Cup match at Bulawayo Athletic Club, Matabeleland then subsided weakly to lose to Mashonaland by the huge margin of 276 runs in a most unimpressive performance

John Ward

Craig Evans - a short biography

Nov 4, 1999: MAJOR TEAMS: Zimbabwe (since 1990/91), Mashonaland Under-24 (1993/94), Mashonaland (since 1994/95)

John Ward
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