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Alistair Campbell: Masakadza proves benefit of meritocracy

Aug 4, 2001: What a Test Match

Alistair Campbell

Blot on the series

Aug 2, 2001: The most damning comment as the West Indies started their second innings in the final Test in the gloom of Monday afternoon came through the television stump microphone from an unidentified voice in the Zimbabwean slips

Tony Cozier

West Indies take series as final day of Second Test is ruined by rain

Jul 31, 2001: Unseasonal rain, accompanied by more seasonal cold, brought an end to Zimbabwe's longest season after West Indies, chasing 348 to win, had progressed from 42 for one overnight to 98 for one

John Ward

Centurion Masakadza pays tribute to coach

Jul 30, 2001: Hamilton Masakadza, the youngest batsman to score a century on Test debut, feels that it was wonderful to reach a hundred but was not aware that he was setting an international record

Larry Moyo

Dion Ebrahim reprimanded

Jul 30, 2001: Zimbabwe batsman Dion Ebrahim has been severely reprimanded by the ICC Match Referee, Denis Lindsay

Media Release

West Indies set tough task to win Test

Jul 30, 2001: Zimbabwe continued their fightback on a freezing day in Harare under increasingly overcast skies with a steady Antarctic wind blowing

John Ward

Masakadza breaks many a records

Jul 30, 2001: Hamilton Masakadza became second Zimbabwean and 68th batsman in Test cricket history to score a century on Test debut when he notched up a brilliant 115* on the third day of second Test against Zimbabwe at Harare

Rajneesh Gupta

17-year-old inspires Zimbabwe fightback with century on Test debut

Jul 29, 2001: It was a not-so-small step for a man, but a giant leap forward for black cricket in Zimbabwe

John Ward

West Indies extend lead to over 200

Jul 28, 2001: The weather was sunny, but cold and windy as West Indies set out in their efforts to build a match-winning lead over Zimbabwe

John Ward

Test trophy to be named after Clive Lloyd

Jul 28, 2001: Former West Indies captain, Clive Lloyd, will be honoured by the West Indies and Zimbabwe cricketing authorities with the naming of a trophy after him

Derrick Nicholas

Going for broke

Jul 27, 2001: Abbreviated as it is, the two-match Test series between West Indies and Zimbabwe offers the Caribbean a real chance to claim their first overseas series triumph since they overcame Australia under Richie Richardson in 1992-93

Tony Cozier

Hooper sets specific goals for his young batsmen

Jul 27, 2001: Carl Hooper has set his young batsmen a specific goal for the second and final Test against Zimbabwe starting here today

Tony Cozier

West Indies in commanding position against Zimbabwe

Jul 27, 2001: Zimbabwe, without Andy Flower and with never-ending political wrangling in the background, had another dismal innings with the bat that has virtually ensured another heavy defeat at the hands of the resurgent West Indies

John Ward

Young Zimbabwe players need to learn fast

Jul 27, 2001: After a debacle in Bulawayo, we will be looking forward to a much better show in the up coming Test which starts today at Harare Sports Club

Alistair Campbell

Zimbabwe gloom

Jul 26, 2001: Only five weeks ago, Zimbabwe were rejoicing over a series-levelling victory over India in the second Test here and confidently awaiting their joust with the waning West Indies

Tony Cozier

Zimbabwe name team to face West Indies in Second Test

Jul 26, 2001: The 2nd Zimbabwe Sun Test between Zimbabwe and West Indies will be played at Harare Sports Club from 27 to 31 July 2001

Media Release

Rackemann: Disappointed by First Test but unable to extend contract

Jul 25, 2001: Zimbabwe national coach Carl Rackemann has ruled out extending his contract with the Zimbabwe Cricket Union beyond October

Larry Moyo

West Indies complete crushing victory despite Campbell's century

Jul 22, 2001: Shortly after tea, West Indies wrapped up a fine victory over Zimbabwe by an innings and 176 runs

John Ward

WICB To Investigate Spate of Injuries

Jul 21, 2001: The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have asked the manager of the West Indies team, Ricky Skerritt, to investigate the recent spate of injuries to members of the West Indies team now on tour of Zimbabwe with a view to determining the reasons for the

Derrick Nicholas

Zimbabwe openers defiant against West Indies in face of huge deficit

Jul 21, 2001: West Indies met with unexpected resistance in the final session of the third day against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo, when the home team's openers put on 112 together without loss

John Ward
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Tour Results
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Harare - Jul 27-31, 2001
Match drawn
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Bulawayo - Jul 19-22, 2001
West Indies won by an innings and 176 runs
Zimbabwe A v West Indians at Kwekwe - Jul 14-16, 2001
Match drawn
Zim Pres XI v West Indians at Harare - Jul 9-11, 2001
West Indians won by 214 runs
India v West Indies at Harare - Jul 7, 2001
West Indies won by 16 runs
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