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Second Cornhill Test

England v Zimbabwe, 2000

2001: At Nottingham, June 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Simon Briggs

First Cornhill Test

England v Zimbabwe, 2000

2001: Toss: England

Hugh Chevallier

England 1 Zimbabwe 0

The Zimbabweans in England, 2000

2001: All the elements were in place for Zimbabwe's first full tour of England to end in tears and acrimony

Stephen Brenkley

Zimbabwe in fine form

Jul 23, 2000: ZIMBABWE has at last shown its true potential, judging by the way they overwhelmed their one time nemesis, the West Indies, in three consecutive matches, on their way to yesterday's NatWest triangular series final at Lords

Itayi Viriri

Neil Johnson to play for Western Province

Jul 19, 2000: Mr Arthur Turner Chief Executive Officer of Western Province Cricket Association today confirmed that WP Cricket Ass and Neil Johnson had come to terms for him to play for WP next season


Zimbabwe Cricket Year- review

Jul 16, 2000: Most Test playing countries have a year book, annual or almanack - for example English cricket has Wisden and Playfair, Australian cricket has Allan's Australian Cricket Annual and and the new green Wisden, India has Indian Cricket, and there's New

Dave Liverman

2nd Match, NatWest Series, Eng v Zim, Statistical Highlights

Jul 10, 2000: It was the 1607th ODI in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Mluleki Nkala: Zimbabwe's Bright Spark

Jul 6, 2000: Peter Roebuck talks to Mluleki Nkala about the advances made by young black cricketers in Zimbabwe and the balancing act he performs between the traditions of his forbears and the promise of a new generation..

Peter Roebuck

Rain frustrates Zimbabweans as Goodwin shines

Jul 4, 2000: The Zimbabweans were in good batting form in what play there was against New Zealand A at Bristol, but were frustrated by rain from pressing home their advantage

Staff and agencies

Nottinghamshire v Zimbabweans

Jun 29, 2000: Nottinghamshire fought gamely in their one-day match against Zimbabwe before going down by 5 wickets as the tourists warmed up for the forthcoming Tri-Nations Series against England and West Indies

Dave Bracegirdle

Somerset v Zimbabweans

Jun 25, 2000: In a pleasant match, played from Zimbabwe's viewpoint against the backdrop of the country's crucial elections, the touring team beat Somerset at Taunton by 21 runs with eight balls to spare

John Ward

Zimbabwe draw with British Universities

Jun 23, 2000: Thanks to rain, which wiped out all but 11 balls from the pre-lunch session, the match was doomed to be a draw

John Ward

Cambridge, Close: Zimbabweans 196/2 (61.2 overs Carlisle 60, Wishart 58)

Jun 22, 2000: Rain ruined the prospect of the match between the Universities and the Zimbabwean tourists reaching a conventional finish

John Ward

Cambridge, Close: British Universities 270/7 (109 overs, Porter 90, Murtagh 6)

Jun 21, 2000: It was a good day for the Universities, and especially their 20-year-old left-hander Joe Porter of the Oxford Universities, fresh from three consecutive first-class fifties

John Ward

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 4

Jun 19, 2000: Zimbabwe emphasised their fast-improving form on their tour of England by inflicting a record defeat on Gloucestershire in the Vodafone Challenge match at Gloucester

Mark Easterbrook

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 3

Jun 18, 2000: Gloucestershire are facing one of the heaviest defeats in their history after closing the third day of the Vodafone Challenge Series match with Zimbabwe in Gloucester on 98-4 in their second innings

Mark Easterbrook

Zimbabwe gets ready for triangular series

Jun 18, 2000: ZIMBABWE's busy England tour continues with the ongoing four-day Vodafone Challenge Series match against Gloucestershire at Gloucester

Itayi Viriri

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 2

Jun 17, 2000: Zimbabwe strengthened their hold on the Vodafone Challenge match with Gloucestershire when they reduced the home side to 146-7 at the close of the second day's play in reply to their 568

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 1

Jun 16, 2000: Zimbabwe batsman Murray Goodwin took advantage of a weakened Gloucestershire attack to post a career-best 194 on the opening day of the Vodafone Challenge Series match at Gloucester

Ireland v Zimbabwe 2nd Match Report by John Ward

Jun 8, 2000: It was another cold overcast day at the Clontarf Ground in Dublin, but again fortunately without rain

John Ward
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