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Second Test Match

West Indies v Zimbabwe 1999-2000

2001: At Kingston, March 24, 25, 26, 27, 28

Inaugural Test Match

West Indies v Zimbabwe 1999-2000

2001: Toss Zimbabwe

West Indies 2 Zimbabwe 0

The Zimbabweans in the West Indies, 1999-2000

2001: West Indies began their first home international season of the new millennium, combining Test series against Zimbabwe and Pakistan with the first triangular one-day tournament in the Caribbean, in a state of uncertainty

Craig Cozier

Tour diary: From paradise to reality

Apr 20, 2000: Well this is my last report and probably time for reflection on the just concluded tour

Alistair Campbell

Adams Right Tonic For WI

Apr 16, 2000: The pleasing transformation of the West Indies team continues

Tony Cozier

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

Tour diary: Jamaican stay ends in disappointment

Apr 5, 2000: We have come to the end of our stay here in Jamaica and it has not been a very successful one to say the least

Alistair Campbell

Tour diary: reflections on the Tests

Apr 5, 2000: Well we have come to the end of the Test match series and what a dissapointing reading it makes

Alistair Campbell

Cricket, too much cricket!: Houghton

Apr 4, 2000: Kingston - Amidst a disappointing string of results on their first trip to the Caribbean, a Zimbabwe team official is lamenting the recent demanding schedule in international cricket

Haydn Gill

West Indies Cricket: Light at the end of the Tunnel

Apr 3, 2000: Brian Lara must now be ruing his decision not to play cricket this Caribbean year against Zimbabwe and Pakistan

Colin E. Croft

A new West Indies?

Mar 31, 2000: The West Indies Cricket Team stormed to a 2-0 series victory over Zimbabwe this past weekend at Sabina Park in Jamaica

Zach Kenworthy

West Indies: Batting worry

Mar 30, 2000: Kingston - The chairman of selectors is elated over the 2-0 triumph and encouraged by the new spirit evident in the West Indies team

The 2nd Test and the Logan Cup: Zimbabwe Cricket online editorial

Mar 30, 2000: Another week, another Test match - and another heavy defeat by Zimbabwe

John Ward

The Jamaican Connection: Jimmy Adams and Courtney Walsh

Mar 29, 2000: The Zimbabweans, having just failed to win that 1st Test match in Trinidad & Tobago last week, a match which in itself was historic for many reasons, seem not to be controlling their own destiny with history while being in the Caribbean

Colin Croft

Born a King, always a King

Mar 29, 2000: Reon Dane King, the tremendously improved and talented Guyanese West Indian fast bowler, does not come from a long line of fast bowlers

Colin Croft

Keep going, Kapil tells Walsh

Mar 29, 2000: First they were to inspire him (to break Kapil Dev's world record) and now calls are pouring in for congratulatory messages

Bipin Dani

Walsh: Top of the world

Mar 28, 2000: With the Blue Mountains forming a backdrop, one of the West Indies' finest cricketing sons scaled the highest bowling mount in all cricketdom

Canadian cricket extends congratulations to Walsh and others

Mar 28, 2000: Canadian Cricket extends congratulations to Captain Jimmy Adams and members of the West Indies Test team for " True Grit" performances in the current test series against Zimbabwe

CCA

Tour diary: Fairy-tale stuff at Sabina Park

Mar 28, 2000: Today belonged to Courtney Walsh and to the West Indies

Alistair Campbell

Rose turns it around

Mar 27, 2000: A week ago, Franklyn Rose was at the heart of the Miracle of Port-of-Spain, helping to scatter Zimbabwe for 63 with his pace and swing and conjure up the remarkable first Test victory

Tonmy Cozier
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Tour Results
Pakistan v Zimbabwe at St George's - Apr 15, 2000
Pakistan won by 6 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)
Pakistan v Zimbabwe at St John's - Apr 5, 2000
Pakistan won by 5 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Kingston - Apr 2, 2000
West Indies won by 41 runs
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Kingston - Apr 1, 2000
West Indies won by 87 runs
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