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Regis Chakabva
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Regis Chakabva

Zimbabwe|Wicketkeeper batter
Regis Chakabva

INTL CAREER: 2008 - 2021

Full Name

Regis Wiriranai Chakabva

Born

September 20, 1987, Harare

Age

34y 74d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm offbreak

Fielding Position

Wicketkeeper

Playing Role

Wicketkeeper batter

TEAMS

A doughty wicketkeeper-batsman, Regis Chakabva's path in cricket took him through Highfields, Churchill, on to Takashinga, provincial cricket and eventually regular appearances in Zimbabwe's Twenty20, ODI and Test teams. At each level, Chakabva has improved his game and he is maturing into a fine batsman and tidy wicketkeeper.

Chakabva represented Zimbabwe Under-19s at the Afro-Asia Under-19 Cup in 2005, but despite the rebel crisis and subsequent player drain, had to wait in line behind Tatenda Taibu, Brendan Taylor, Alester Maregwede and, latterly, Richmond Mutumbami in the national wicketkeeping stakes. Despite a disappointing run during the Pakistan Cricket Academy's visit in 2008, he was included in Zimbabwe's squad for their trip to Canada soon afterwards and made his international debut in a Twenty20 against Pakistan at King City. He got another chance during the Kenya Tri-Nation tournament, making his ODI debut against the hosts.

Chakabva had been with Northerns under the old domestic system, and with the re-structuring of Zimbabwe's domestic system, continued as Mashonaland Eagles' wicketkeeper. In 2011, he made it into the national Test XI for the one-off Test against New Zealand in November, but the pivotal turning point in his career came at the end of 2013. In a Logan Cup match against Mid West Rhinos, he cruised to an almost chanceless 240 - his first double ton, and the third highest individual score in the history of the Logan Cup (and not far off Guy Whittall's tournament record of 247). A Grade Cricket contract with the Farleigh Magpies in Mackay, Queensland marked the beginning of a bountiful year in 2014, and Chakabva added three more hundreds for Mashonaland Eagles before the end of the season. He was one the few bright points of Zimbabwe's tour of Bangladesh late in the year, with a maiden Test century and two fifties against the hosts.
Liam Brickhill

Career Averages

Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test22434106110127.20261540.57151028465
ODI474328178419.92128463.6203595415
T20I262614104816.40315130.15002621100
FC12121113704624035.581299454.2216317596828322
List A15614313355213227.32486173.074172664913524
T207870611436517.85913125.19037145345
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test22------------
ODI47------------
T20I26------------
FC1215483311/41/1433.004.1248.0000
List A156------------
T2078------------
Regis Wiriranai Chakabva
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Recent Matches - Player

MATCHBATWKDATEGROUNDFORMAT
Eagles vs Rocks3--25-Nov-2021MasvingoList A
Eagles vs Tuskers1221c/0s13-Nov-2021MutareList A
Eagles vs Tuskers40*4c/0s11-Nov-2021MutareList A
Eagles vs Mountaineers13 & 181c/0s & 3c/0s27-Oct-2021HarareFC
Eagles vs Rhinos6 & 994c/0s & 3c/0s21-Oct-2021HarareFC

Photos


Regis Chakabva runs Simi Singh out
Regis Chakabva at the post-match presentation
Regis Chakabva picks one away through the leg side
Regis Chakabva swivels one to the on side
Regis Chakabva loses his off stump
Regis Chakabva goes for the upper cut