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Second Test Match

West Indies v Zimbabwe 1999-2000

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

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

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

Courtney Walsh's World Record - Trivia stats

Mar 27, 2000: Some trivia statistics on Courtney Walsh's World Record By type caught: 293 bowled: 80 lbw: 60 hwkt: 2 --------------- By victim (top 6) IA Healy: 15 ME Waugh: 11 MA Atherton: 11 AJ Stewart: 9 MJ Slater: 8 NS Sidhu: 7

Mike Whitaker

Zimbabwe in West Indies: Uphill battle

Mar 26, 2000: After the euphoria of last Monday's Great Escape at the Queen's Park Oval, stark reality returned to West Indies cricket after two days of the second Test against Zimbabwe

Tony Cozier

Tour diary: Not part of the plan

Mar 26, 2000: As I stated in my last report, we needed to let what happened in Trinidad go, and focus all our attention and energies on to the next Test match

Alistair Campbell

Goodwin spoils plan

Mar 25, 2000: Kingston - Things didn't go strictly according to plan for West Indians on the field or beyond the Sabina Park boundary yesterday

Tonu Cozier

Goodwin century helps Zimbabwe recover

Mar 25, 2000: The West Indies pulled themselves back into the game late in the evening after a very composed fourth wicket partnership of 176 between Murray Goodwin, who made 113 before he was run out going for a non-existent single and captain, Andy Flower, who

Colin Croft

West Indies late charge evens game up

Mar 25, 2000: The West Indies pulled themselves back into the game late in the evening after a very composed 4th wicket partnership of 176 between Murray Goodwin, who made 113; before he was run out going for a non-existent single; and captain, Andy Flower, who

Colin Croft
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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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