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Bryan Strang interview

'You can't give up on the children'

Feb 24, 2006: Bryan Strang, Zimbabwe's former medium-fast bowler, has found new passion in the children of his troubled African homeland

ESPNcricinfo staff

Named in Zimbabwe A side

Bryan Strang on comeback trail

Jan 25, 2005: Former Zimbabwe left-arm seamer Bryan Strang has bounced back into the picture after he was named in a 17-member Zimbabwe A side to play four limited overs matches in Namibia

Steven Price

Non-political board acts over political comments

Bryan Strang banned by ZCU

Mar 26, 2004: Bryan Strang's attempted comeback has hit a brick wall in the shape of the Zimbabwe Cricket Union

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Peter Chingoka interview

Chingoka - 'We expect England to tour'

Feb 4, 2004: Can a sporting event be cancelled on moral grounds

Nagraj Gollapudi

February 2004

Face up to Zim reality

Jan 29, 2004: Peter Roebuck's article suggests that people opposed to sporting ties in an abnormal society are "contemptible"

Bryan Strang: Record in all First Class Cricket

Jan 24, 2003: Abbreviations: Capital letters for team names denotes a Test match

John Ward

Brian Strang leaves for South Africa as Olonga recovers

Sep 16, 2002: Bryan Strang, who left Zimbabwe cricket at the beginning of the year, discouraged at selection policy, is working in Johannesburg and is now a South African citizen

John Ward

Bryan Strang: updated biography

Jan 4, 2002: FULL NAME: Bryan Colin Strang BORN: 9 June 1972, Bulawayo MAJOR TEAMS: Zimbabwe (since 1994/95), Mashonaland Country Districts (1994/95-1995/96), Mashonaland (1996/97- )

John Ward

All out 19: Bryan Strang tells the story

Mar 30, 2001: Last weekend Matabeleland set a new record for first-class cricket when they were dismissed for just 19 runs in their second innings against Mashonaland on the new square at Harare Sports Club

John Ward

Bryan Strang on the 1st one-day international

Sep 27, 2000: Bryan Strang, until recently considered by the selectors to be a Test rather than one-day player, was one of the few Zimbabwean players with much worth remembering about this match which New Zealand won by seven wickets

John Ward

Bryan Strang on the West Indian experience

Apr 5, 2000: Bryan Strang has returned to Zimbabwe from the West Indies, once again not required for a one-day series

John Ward

Bryan Strang - a short biography

Nov 25, 1999: MAJOR TEAMS: Zimbabwe (since 1994/95), Mashonaland Country Districts (1994/95-1995/96), Mashonaland (1996/97- )

John Ward


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