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    International Coach morgieb's Avatar
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    Reports have it that Rogers, Lamb, Ewing, Duffin & Strydom have returned to the fold.
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    From another site, and some of this is just rumour:

    Mountaineers

    CEO - Philip Senzanni
    Coach - Stephen Mangongo

    Players - Hamilton Masakadza (C) Njabulo Ncube ,Prosper Utseya, Stuart Matsikenteri,Johnson Marumisa, Steven Nyamuzinga, Tino Mawoyo.Shingi Masakazda Tatenda Taibu

    Midwest Rhinos

    CEO - Kenyon Ziehl
    Coach - Andy Waller

    Players - Vusi Sibanda (C) Brendan Taylor (VC) Graeme Cremer, Edward Rainsford, Malcolm Waller,Friday Kasteni,Brighton Mugochi, Bothwell Chapungu.


    Southern Rocks

    CEO - Givemore Makoni

    Players - Chama Chibhaba (C) Tendai Chisoro

    Tuskers

    CEO- Stanley Staddon
    Coach - Robin Brown

    Players - Tawanda Mupariwa(C) Mark Vermeulen ,Sean Williams, Charles Coventry, Christopher Mpofu, John Nyumbu, Simba Kusano, Sydwell Ndlovu, Titus Chipare, Matt Williams, Terry Duffin, Gavin Ewing, J McClean (unconfirmed) Dion Ebrahim (unconfirmed) Thabo Mboyi, Freedom Takarusenga, Romeo Kasawaya, Kendrick Moyo, Taurai Madiri, Mxolisi Dube, Bernard Mukondiwa, Cunningham Ncube, Khawulani Ntuli, Godwin Mamhiyo, Steven Chimanhiyo, Dumisani Mankunzini, Vincent Dururu and Mduduzi Fuzwayo.Tafadzwa Ngulube, Bonaparte Mujuru,

    Mash Eagles

    CEO- Hugo Ribatika
    Coach - Kevin Curren
    Assitant Coach - Dougie Hondo

    Players - Elton Chigumbura (C) Greg Lamb, Barney Rogers, Ray Price, Trevor Gripper (Unconfirmed), Regis Chakabva, Foster Mutizwa, Trevor Garwe
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    Sanga has done well but Murali has done better. In my opinion, Murali is simply the best off spinner in history of cricket and I can't make that kind of statement for Sanga.
    Sanga isn't the best off spinner in the history of cricket? News to me.

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    So Tuskers is the only one who actually been active in the market? Still got another day I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    So Tuskers is the only one who actually been active in the market? Still got another day I guess.
    Nah, Tuskers are simply the only ones who have bothered letting the internet world know their squad.


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    When does this all start, we should create a tipping comp similar to the NRL one for the all new ZDCS.

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    Eagles v Mountaineers (day 1)
    Eagles to 268-6 (Chigumbura 90*, Butterworth 67, Lamb 25, S Masakadza 2-53, Utseya 0-27 (21 overs))

    Rhinos v Tuskers (day 1)
    Rhinos 293-7 (Sibanda 130, Kastini 67, Mupariwa 2-49)
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    Cricinfo finally released something that vaguely resembles full squads.

    Tuskers

    Titus Chipare
    Charles Coventry
    Keith Dabengwa
    Terry Duffin
    Gavin Ewing
    Mbekezeli Mabuza
    Taurai Madhiri
    Brandon Marsh
    Thabo Mboyi
    Chris Mpofu
    Bornaparte Mujuru
    Tawanda Mupariwa
    Cunningham Ncube
    Sidwell Ndlovu
    Tafadzwa Ngulube
    Khawulani Ntuli
    John Nyumbu
    Gregory Strydom
    Mark Vermeulen
    Matthew Williams
    Sean Williams
    Robin Brown (coach)

    Eagles

    Saed Bala
    Regis Chakabva
    Elton Chigumbura
    Trevor Garwe
    Douglas Hondo
    Greg Lamb
    Admire Manyumwa
    Prince Masvaure
    Darlington Matambanadzo
    Dean Mazhawidza
    Tafadzwa Mufambisi
    Forster Mutizwa
    Tinotenda Mutombodzi
    Samuel Mwakayeni
    Ray Price
    Clement Rizhibowa
    Barney Rogers
    Ishmael Senzere
    Alois Tichana
    Cephas Zhuwawo

    Midwest Rhinos

    Bothwell Chapungu
    Innocent Chikunya
    Michael Chinouya
    Tendai Chitongo
    Graeme Cremer
    Simbarashe Gupo
    Friday Kasteni
    Tarisai Mahlunge
    Alexander Mavhiko
    Solomon Mire
    Tafadzwa Mpofu
    Brighton Mugochi
    Luther Mutyambizi
    Taurai Muzarabani
    Remembrance Nyathi
    Ed Rainsford
    Vusi Sibanda
    Brendan Taylor
    Malcolm Waller

    Southen Rocks

    Ryan Butterworth
    Patiant Charumbira
    Erick Chauluka
    Chamu Chibhabha
    Robertson Chinyengetere
    Tendai Chisoro
    Craig Ervine
    Roy Kahiya
    Tafadzwa Kamungozi
    Keith Kondo
    Blessing Mahwire
    Alester Maregwede
    Hilary Matanga
    Kudzai Maunze
    Bekezela Moyo T
    anyaradzwa Munyaradzi
    Richmond Mutumbami
    Steve Tikolo
    Brian Vitori

    Mountaineers

    Edzai Jaure
    Philmon Kadziche
    Tapiwa Kuhkengisa
    Alec Maparura
    Timycen Maruma
    Johnson Marumisa
    Hamilton Masakadza
    Shingirai Masakadza
    Stuart Matsikenyeri
    Tino Mawoyo
    Bernard Mlambo
    Silent Mujaji
    Natsai Mushangwe
    Allan Mwayenga
    Njabulo Ncube
    Tatenda Taibu (wk)
    Donald Tiripano
    Prosper Utseya

    Tikolo is interesting.

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    Some awesome names there. Remembrance, Darlington, Solomon Mire, Bornaparte, Admire, Innocent and Silent are my personal favourites.

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    Sad to see Tikolo's experience will be helping the opposition, though wish him personally all the best. A shame Cricket Kenya could not have offered him something at home.

    However, it does give me an interest in this comp so GO THE ROCKS!!!
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    Butterworth's listed in that Rocks team despite scoring runs for the Eagles yesterday, so we've found our first piece of wrong information.

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    Scorecards on Cricinfo are not that reliable it would seem...

    They have Ray Price bowling 46 overs for Mashonaland and given away a mere 11 runs despite only bowling 9 maidens.

    Looks like Hamilton Masakadza hit a career best though (188).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    Scorecards on Cricinfo are not that reliable it would seem...

    They have Ray Price bowling 46 overs for Mashonaland and given away a mere 11 runs despite only bowling 9 maidens.
    Supposed to be 111 runs. The bowling adds up exactly 100 short.

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    Good to see Zimbabwe domestic competition back on track... :-) Hope they can get a decent team by 2011 Cricket World Cup... Best wishes!
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    Thought I'd give a little update on this. I've gone to quite a few matches here in Harare and I must say I have thoroughly enjoyed this new domestic cricket set-up. When I went to the Logan cup match between Mashonaland and Matabeleland I got to have a chat with Sean Williams and Tawanda Mupariwa which was very good and I've been able to get quite a few players signatures.

    Logan Cup

    The Mashonaland Eagles have dominated the Logan Cup so far with 5 wins and 3 losses and are comfortably in first place with a lead of 37 points ahead of the second placed side which is the Mountaineers. Vusi Sibanda has been outstanding with the bat having scored 894 runs at an average of 68 with six centuries next to his name. Forster Mutizwa has been very impressive with the bat and has played an important role in many of the Mashonaland Eagle's victories. Up and coming spin bowler Timycen Maruma has been outsanding with the ball picking up 43 wickets at an average of 14 not to mention five 5 wicket hauls and two 10 wicket hauls.

    Logan Cup Table:
    Points Table | Logan Cup 2009/10 | Cricinfo.com

    Leading run scorers:
    Cricket Records | Logan Cup, 2009/10 | Records | Most runs | Cricinfo.com

    Leading wicket-takers:
    Cricket Records | Logan Cup, 2009/10 | Records | Most wickets | Cricinfo.com


    Faith One Day

    There is only one more round of matches in the Faith One Day competition before the finals series begins which I'm looking forward to. The Mountaineers are on top of the table at the moment being undefeated as of yet.


    Faith One Day table:
    Points Table | Faithwear Metbank One-Day Competition 2009/10 | Cricinfo.com


    Leading run scorers:
    Cricket Records | Faithwear Metbank One-Day Competition, 2009/10 | Records | Most runs | Cricinfo.com

    Leading wicket takers:
    Cricket Records | Faithwear Metbank One-Day Competition, 2009/10 | Records | Most wickets | Cricinfo.com
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    Wow thanks for the links man, very interesting to see
    With such a organised domestic competition the future looks alot brighter for Zimbabwean cricket - players will be picked for the national side on the basis of consistent domestic performances which imo is the basis for a successful national side.
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