Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has cleared Wessly Madhevere and Brandon Mavuta to return to competitive cricket after they completed their four-month suspensions for drug use. The ban was imposed after the two tested positive for a recreational drug during an in-house dope test in December. As part of their rehabilitation, Madhevere and Mavuta were ordered to
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Allrounders Wessly Madhevere and Brandon Mavuta have been suspended with immediate effect by Zimbabwe Cricket for “allegedly breaching anti-doping rules”. They have been suspended from all cricket activities, pending a hearing, after they tested positive for a banned recreational drug in an out-of-competition case during a in-house dope test recently. They have been charged under
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Dave Houghton has resigned as Zimbabwe men’s head coach, 18 months after accepting the job last June. After Zimbabwe’s failure to qualify for the T20 World Cup and their defeat in both the ODIs and T20I series to Ireland, Houghton told ESPNcricinfo he felt the players were “not responding to my voice anymore.” He handed
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Ireland 204 for 3 (Balbirnie 82*, Campher 40, Mavuta 1-19) beat Zimbabwe 197 (Gumbie 72*, Hume 4-34, Campher 4-37) by 7 wickets (DLS) Career-best bowling performances from Campher and Graham Hume helped restrict Zimbabwe to 197 in 40 overs before Balbirnie, Campher and Harry Tector knocked off the target with 13 balls to spare in
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Zimbabwe have named a new-look squad for the three upcoming ODIs against Ireland, calling up seven players who weren’t part of the team that took part in the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier in June and July, during their previous ODI series. Captain Craig Ervine, Sean Williams and Brad Evans were ruled out
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Ireland 141 for 4 (Tector 54*, Dockrell 49*) beat Zimbabwe 140 for 6 (Burl 36, Bennett 27, Delany 2-8, Little 2-21, Young 2-27) by six wickets An unbroken 104-run partnership between Harry Tector and George Dockrell helped Ireland turn a tricky situation into a comfortable chase against Zimbabwe in the third T20I in Harare to
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Raza opened the batting and scored a 36-ball 58; this innings, allied to Tadiwanashe Marumani’s 31-ball 50 and Ryan Burl’s unbeaten 21-ball 44, helped Zimbabwe pile up 215 for 4 after they were sent in to bat. Zimbabwe’s bowlers then got to work, with Richard Ngarava taking three wickets in his first three overs to
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