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Zimbabwe's exodus continues

Bulawayo's groundsman quits

May 2, 2006: Zimbabwe cricket has suffered another loss with the news that Noel Peck, who has been head groundsman at Bulawayo's Queens Club since 1988, has resigned

ESPNcricinfo staff

Stand-off between official and rebel sides

Queens ban National League match

Apr 13, 2006: There was confusion at Bulawayo's Queens Sports Club last Sunday when a purported National League match organised by Zimbabwe Cricket could not be completed after Queens officials refused to allow the game to proceed

ESPNcricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v England, 3rd ODI, Bulawayo

Bulawayo's big day out

Dec 4, 2004: Roving Reporter by Steven Price at Bulawayo

Roving Reporter by Steven Price at Queens Club

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 4th day

The deluge returns at Bulawayo

Feb 29, 2004: Yet another washout at Bulawayo has left the second Test heading towards a dreary draw

The Wisden Bulletin by Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 4th day

Zimbabwe capitulate after doing the hard work

Nov 15, 2003: West Indies require only one more wicket to beat Zimbabwe after an astonishing day at Bulawayo in which 18 wickets fell

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe look back 20 years for inspiration

Feb 23, 2003: Almost 20 years ago - on 9 June 1983 to be precise - Zimbabwe met Australia in their first-ever World Cup match at the historic Trent Bridge ground in Nottingham

John Ward

Queens Sports Club development report

Dec 17, 2000: Queens Sports Club is presently undergoing extensive centre wicket and net wicket expansion

Derrick Townshend

Test match records- Queens Sports Club, Zimbabwe

Jan 6, 2000: Test Matches at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 1 20-24 October 1994

John Ward

Zimbabwe Test Grounds Undergoing Major Development

Nov 25, 1999: Zimbabwe Cricket Union vice-president Dave Everington talks to John Ward about the major developments taking place at Zimbabwe's leading venues

John Ward and Dave Everington
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