Zimbabwe A v India A, Harare, 1st day
Aug 6, 2004: India A's medium-pacers Shib Shankar Paul and Amit Bhandari shared the spoils as Zimbabwe A crumbled to 200 all out in their four-day match at the Harare Country Club
Jan 22, 2003: South Africa A coasted to an eight-wicket victory over Zimbabwe A in the first of their series of three one-day matches at Country Club
Jan 17, 2003: Another victory to Mashonaland, this time over Midlands, made them the only team to win twice in the first two rounds of the competition
Nov 6, 2002: Match Report: John Ward from Zimbabwe on Pak v Zim A
Nov 4, 2002: A laid-back Pakistan team enjoyed a day of carefree batting practice at Country Club, the CFX Academy headquarters in the eastern suburbs of Harare, finishing the day with 352 on the board for the loss of five wickets
Apr 20, 2002: It was a two-day finish at Country Club in Harare as Mashonaland retained the Logan Cup, winning all five matches for the second year in succession
Apr 19, 2002: Thanks to the letdown by Australia, the Zimbabwe season of 2001/02 draws to a close this weekend
Mar 25, 2002: The match between the CFX Academy and Matabeleland at Country Club, Harare,fizzled out in a tame draw as Matabeleland declined to chase a target of 298 in a minimum of 70 overs.
Mar 24, 2002: A good finish could be in prospect tomorrow for the match between the CFX Academy and Matabeleland
Mar 23, 2002: Two differing innings dominated the second day's play, as Matabeleland took the lead against the CFX Academy and were 323 for six at the close
Mar 22, 2002: A fine maiden century by captain Andre Hoffman was the highlight of the first day's play between the CFX Academy and Matabeleland at Country Club, Harare
Mar 2, 2002: Mashonaland A dominated the second day's play of their match against CFX Academy at Country Club, despite the failure of their lower-order batting in the morning
Mar 1, 2002: Mark Vermeulen of Mashonaland A filled his boots against CFX Academy on a hot sunny day at Country Club in Harare, scoring 169 not out and hungry for more on the morrow, with his team score at 326 for five
Jul 11, 2001: Zimbabwe President's XI fell to a 214-run defeat against the West Indians at Harare - but they did not go down without a fight
Jul 10, 2001: Opener Chris Gayle bounced back from his first innings 0 to hit a double century on the second day of the West Indians' game against a Zimbabwe President's XI at the country club Harare
Jul 9, 2001: Morning sun was followed by miserable chilly weather at Harare's Country Club, headquarters of the CFX Academy, as the West Indians met a ZCU President's XI in the first of their two first-class warm-up matches before the First Test against Zimbabwe
Jun 4, 2001: What is more important for a touring team, batting practice or victory
Jun 4, 2001: The Indian tourists won their mismatch of teams against the CFX Academy by 226 runs with 13 overs to spare, thanks to superb bowling by Javagal Srinath and Harbhajan Singh
Jun 3, 2001: The Indian tourists continued to dominate their warm-up match against the CFX Academy at the Country Club in Harare
Jun 2, 2001: As the Indian cricket team chases its first Test series win away from the sub continent in 15 years, captain Sourav Ganguly has a few points to prove on his personal showing
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