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'I was too immature to understand what was happening in Zimbabwe cricket'

May 1, 2013: Mluleki Nkala was a talented fast bowler with a privileged cricket education who found himself stuck in the middle when the country's cricket plunged into crisis in 2004

Firdose Moonda

Mark Vermeulen makes comeback for club side

15-man Zimbabwe A squad announced

Feb 21, 2007: Zimbabwe Cricket has been holding trials for a standby Zimbabwe A side to keep the senior team on their toes ahead of their return to Test cricket later this year

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A, Dhaka

Nkala named captain of Zimbabwe A

Dec 10, 2006: Mluleki Nkala, the 25-year-old allrounder, has been named captain of Zimbabwe A for their match against Bangladesh A tomorrow in Dhaka

ESPNcricinfo staff

Zimbabwe in Bangladesh 2006-07

Nkala back in the big time

Nov 21, 2006: Warren Carne takes a look at the Zimbabwe squad on the eve of their departure for Bangladesh

Warren Carne in Bulawayo

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Duffin ruled out of Bangladesh tour

Nov 5, 2006: Zimbabwe have suffered a setback ahead of their Bangladesh tour later this month with news that Terrence Duffin has been ruled out of the tour due to a hand injury

ESPNcricinfo staff

Zimbabwe player contracts

Door shut on four Zimbabwean cricketers' careers

Sep 4, 2005: A row over contracts between Zimbabwe Cricket and its players is threatening to develop into another ugly strike

ESPNcricinfo staff

Zimbabwe player contracts

Players say new contracts 'a body blow'

Sep 3, 2005: Zimbabwe Cricket's player contracts debate took a surprise turn after the board withdrew contract offers to three players

ESPNcricinfo staff

Zimbabwe in South Africa 2004-05

Ebrahim axed as Zimbabwe bring in fresh blood

Feb 7, 2005: Dion Ebrahim has paid the price for his poor show with the bat in Bangladesh and has been left out of the 14-member squad to tour South Africa next week

ESPNcricinfo staff

Matabeleland v Manicaland, Logan Cup, 1st day

Vermeulen puts Matabeleland in control

Nov 3, 2004: Fast bowler Mluleki Nkala picked up four wickets and Mark Vermeulen cracked an unbeaten half-century to put Matabeleland in the driving seat on the first day of their Logan Cup match against Manicaland at Bulawayo Athletic Club

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Matabeleland v Mashonaland, Logan Cup, Bulawayo, 2nd day

Mashonaland take control

Oct 28, 2004: Mashonaland had scored 142 for 3 in their second innings, a lead of 250, after bowling Matabeleand out for 220 on the second day of their Logan Cup match

Simon Park

Zimbabwe A v South Africa A, Bulawayo, 4th day

Nkala heroics secure the draw

Aug 21, 2004: An eighth-wicket stand of 123 between Mluleki Nkala and Tinashe Panyangara carried Zimbabwe A to the brink of an astonishing victory over South Africa A, but in the end they were forced to settle for the draw on the final day of their four-day match

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe A v India A, Harare Sports Club

Zimbabwe lose one-dayer

Aug 1, 2004: Zimbabwe A made a better fist of their one-day encounter against India A at Harare, but they still lost, going down by 33 runs after India A scored 249 for 9 in their 50 overs

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Australia, 3rd ODI, Harare

Clarke and Gilchrist make light work of Zimbabwe

May 29, 2004: Five wickets from Jason Gillespie and an unbeaten hundred by Michael Clarke helped Australia to a comfortable eight-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the third one-dayer at Harare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

The Zimbabwe Crisis

Non-white trio 'played under duress'

Apr 20, 2004: Less than 24 hours after three of the current new-look Zimbabwe side issued a public denial of weekend reports that they were planning on joining the banned rebels, a local reporter has claimed that the three only did so under duress

Wisden Cricinfo staff

The Zimbabwe Crisis

Non-white trio set to join Zimbabwe rebels

Apr 18, 2004: Three non-white players are set to join the group of 15 white cricketers who have been sacked by the Zimbabwe Cricket Union, after speaking out about sacking of the captain Heath Streak, and the political interference that is undermining the national

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Nicolle leads Mashonaland to routine victory

Sep 22, 2003: Mashonaland completed their anticipated victory over Matabeleland in mid-afternoon on the fourth and final day of the match

John Ward

Logan Cup, Matebeland v Midlands, Day 3

Matebeland in charge thanks to Streak and Nkala hundreds

Sep 15, 2003: Mluleki Nkala cracked an unbeaten century, his second in first-class cricket, and Heath Streak scored his fourth first-class hundred as Matabeleland raced to a commanding total on the third day of their Logan Cup clash against Midlands at Queens

John Ward

Zimbabwe 2003-04 season preview

Zimbabwe prepare for tough tests ahead

Sep 9, 2003: Zimbabwe face one of their busiest seasons ever

John Ward

Flower, Nklala win awards at Sportsmen of the Year ceremony

Jul 6, 2001: Zimbabwe cricket did very well indeed at the annual Zimbabwe Sportsmen of the Year awards ceremony held last night


Mluleki Nkala: an updated biography

Apr 6, 2001: FULL NAME: Mluleki Luke Nkala BORN: 1 April 1981, at Bulawayo MAJOR TEAMS: Matabeleland; Zimbabwe (1998/99); CFX Academy (1999/2000)

John Ward
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