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Tendai Chatara bowled economically and took the crucial wicket of Paul Stirling

Zimbabwe news

Injured Chatara out for up to six months

Zimbabwe fast bowler Tendai Chatara has been ruled out of cricket for nearly six months, after fracturing his left leg

Mohammad Irfan got the better of Solomon Mire with his extra bounce

Pakistan news

PCB in talks to host Zimbabwe - Shahryar Khan

Shahryar Khan, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has said that the board is in talks with Zimbabwe Cricket over a limited-overs bilateral series in May that could be held in Lahore and Karachi, pending security clearance

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The victorious Mashonaland Eagles

Tuskers v Eagles, Pro50 Final, Bulawayo

Mutombodzi steers Eagles to Pro50 title

Captain Tinotenda Mutombodzi steered Mashonaland Eagles to victory in the Pro50 Championship final with 79 from 76 balls.

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Natsai M'Shangwe in his delivery stride

Pro50 Championship 2014-15

Tuskers, Eagles to clash in final

A round-up of the Pro50 Championship matches played on March 17, 2015

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Wellington Masakadza managed to take a wicket but West Indies secured a comfortable victory

Logan Cup 2014-15

Champions Tuskers end with defeat

Tuskers had already secured the title but they could not end on a winning note, as Eagles completed a six-wicket win in the final round of games

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Vusi Sibanda prepares to play the ball

Logan Cup 2014-15

Mumba wraps up big Rhinos win

Five wickets from 18-year-old Carl Mumba, taking his match haul to eight, helped Mid West Rhinos to a three-day win over Mountaineers in Kwekwe

Dhoni finished the chase with a pulled six

India v Zimbabwe, World Cup 2015, Group B, Auckland

Dhoni breaks down the chase method

After leading India to a six-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the final group match of the World Cup, MS Dhoni said that breaking the target down into smaller goals was the key in handling high-pressure situations

Brendan Taylor surveys proceedings

Zimbabwe news

Steadfast Taylor bows to circumstance

Brendan Taylor stayed through some of the toughest times in Zimbabwe cricket's recent history but the circumstances have forced him to opt for a stint in England