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Zimbabwe Tour of Ireland and Scotland: An Unofficial Thread

Aritro

State Vice-Captain
Didn't realise, but they're already up to the 3rd ODI. Zimbabwe in all sorts at 6/113 in an ODI reduced to 38 overs.

They appear to have won one of the matches by 38 runs with the other one being a wash out. Ervine, Taylor, Raza and Williams being the predictable top scorers in the game they won. Blessing Muzarabani took 4/29 as well. His ODI record against all nations is basically consistently excellent.

Also appears to be Brendan Taylor's last match. An excellent cricketer who deserved to play a lot more matches.
 
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Bahnz

Hall of Fame Member
Man, it sucks to think that in a different world Zim might still be a really competitive side with guys like de Grandhomme, Ballance and the Curran brothers (not to mention Taibu probably would've kept playing until a couple of years ago).

Taylor feels like the last scion of that great period of Zim cricket, and it makes me genuinely a bit misty eyed to see him hang up his gloves. Wish him all the best for his future.
 

CricAddict

International Vice-Captain
Man, it sucks to think that in a different world Zim might still be a really competitive side with guys like de Grandhomme, Ballance and the Curran brothers (not to mention Taibu probably would've kept playing until a couple of years ago).

Taylor feels like the last scion of that great period of Zim cricket, and it makes me genuinely a bit misty eyed to see him hang up his gloves. Wish him all the best for his future.
Sean Williams Raza and Ervine will be the last ones. But I can understand the emotion.
 

Aritro

State Vice-Captain
Man, it sucks to think that in a different world Zim might still be a really competitive side with guys like de Grandhomme, Ballance and the Curran brothers (not to mention Taibu probably would've kept playing until a couple of years ago).

Taylor feels like the last scion of that great period of Zim cricket, and it makes me genuinely a bit misty eyed to see him hang up his gloves. Wish him all the best for his future.
Man that really is pretty heartbreaking to think about
 

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