Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by zimfan1 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:54 am

Musakanda with a much needed 50. Despite all the hype he has never scored a century in FC or List A cricket, could today be the day?

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by zimfan1 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:55 am

No today will not be the day :roll:

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by cricket_22001 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:42 am

Record opening stand for the Eagles in matches against the Tuskers. It falls short of their overall record opening partnership of 217 by Masvaure & Gupo against Southern Rocks.

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by cricket_22001 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:43 am

Sorry. Just to clarify, this stand is a record for Eagles in matches against Tuskers.

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by foreignfield » Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:57 pm

A career best 8-91 for M'shangwe who also got his 200th FC wicket on the way. I can't remember when he last took a meaningful haul of wickets; I suspect it might have been prior to his harsh introduction to Test cricket in BD. After that he didn't seem to be the same bowler.

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by Mueddie28 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:02 pm

cricket_22001 wrote:
Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:39 am
I have to ask, are Cremer, Malcolm Waller & Madziva on this tour to Malaysia & Singapore, while MWR are second on the table, playing the competition leaders. And given MWR have never won the Logan Cup & this could well be one of their best opportunities, this tour is more important?
If they were going to England or playing in a overseas 20/20 comp, yes, I get it. Lousy scheduling against the need to earn a quid. But I'm sensing a lack of desire/pride/prestige to win the country's premium first class event.
Earlier, it was posted Williams missed a game because of a tour to Tanzania. Also, Ervine hasn't made an appearance. From what is said, these players are already paid.
Who is in the touring squad for Malaysia & Singapore
So Sean William is not bowling in the game..
An date on the departure of the Academy squad

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by CrimsonAvenger » Fri Apr 21, 2017 5:25 pm

Mushangwe with an 8 for, a 400+ score with only 3 wickets down! What on earth happened today at Zimbabwe?

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by zimfan1 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:37 pm

MASHONALAND WEST BEAT SINGAPORE SIDE IN TOUR OPENER

Mashonaland West – 148-6 in 20 overs (Malcolm Waller 72, Trevor Chibvongodze 20, Tarisai Mahlunge 19; Janak Prakash 2/39, Dharmichand Mulewa 1/17)
SCA President’s XI – 101-7 in 20 overs (Anish Paraam 27, Aalap Asurlekar 20*, Chetan Suryawanshi 16; Graeme Cremer 2/10, Tadana Masike 2/15, Tafara Chingwara 2/15)

Mashonaland West won by 47 runs

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Malcolm Waller smashed an imposing half-century that powered Mashonaland West to a 47-run win over the Singapore Cricket Association (SCA) President’s XI in a Twenty20 match played today in the Malaysian state of Johor.

Mashonaland West are in Malaysia where they are scheduled to play three T20 matches and four 50-over matches against the Singapore side.

The Zimbabwe provincial side will also face a Johor team in another 50-over match.

The tour got underway today with the T20 match against the SCA President’s XI played at the Johor Cricket Academy Oval.

After winning the toss and opting to bat first, Mashonaland West only had six runs on the board when Tinotenda Mawoyo, one of the senior Zimbabwe internationals touring with the provincial side, was dismissed without scoring after facing three balls.

His opening partner, Tarisai Mahlunge, went on to chalk up a 20-run partnership with Takudzwa Kaitano before the latter fell in the fifth over for 17 off 18 balls, a knock that included one six and a single four; 26 for two.

That brought in the experienced Waller to the crease who quickly asserted himself on the game as he and Mahlunge, who turned 29 today, added 28 before the birthday boy was trapped lbw by Anish Paraam in the 12th over; 54 for three.

He scored 19, including two boundaries, off the 25 deliveries he faced.

Just after the team hundred came up in the 17th over, Trevor Chibvongodze was dismissed having managed a run-a-ball 20 – his partnership with Waller had yielded a massive 46 runs.

Nyasha Mayawo came in with his intentions obvious, carting one over the rope and smacking another one to the boundary before he was run out having scored 12 off the four balls he faced; 120 for five.

With two overs remaining, Waller went for the kill, plundering 24 runs off nine deliveries before he was caught off the very last ball of the innings as he unsuccessfully sought to sign off with a maximum.

With his impressive 72-run knock, which came off 47 deliveries and included nine fours and two sixes, Waller had done enough to put his team in control of the match as they finished on 148 for six.

Graeme Cremer remained unbeaten, scoring three runs from as many balls, while Neville Madziva, Richard Muzhange, Tadana Masike and Tafara Chingwara did not get a chance to bat.

Janak Prakash was the Singapore side’s most successful bowler with two wickets, while there were one each for Paraam, Aalap Asurlekar and Dharmichand Mulewa.

Paraam got the SCA President’s XI off to a frenetic chase, flaying Muzhange all over the park before Cremer had his fellow opening batsman, Navin Param, caught for zero by Chingwara in the third over; 22 for one.

Paraam added three more runs before he again lost his partner, the new batsman Utsav Rakshit, who was bowled by Chingwara without also scoring.

The Singaporeans then suffered a major blow in the fifth over when Paraam was trapped lbw by Madziva – he top-scored for his side with 27 runs that came off 16 balls and contained three boundaries and the innings’ only six.

Chingwara bagged his second wicket of the day when he sent Mulewa’s bails flying for a duck, leaving the SCA President’s XI on 45 for four in the sixth over.

Captain Chetan Suryawanshi (16) tried to put their chase back on track with two quick boundaries but the writing was clearly on the wall when he was caught by Chibvongodze off Cremer’s bowling in the ninth over; 55 for five.

Tadana Masike then conjured up some magic with the ball in the 12th over, first snaring a return catch to end Deepak Sarika’s innings for two before dismissing Prakash for 11 in the space of three balls.

Although Asurlekar and Aman Desai saw out the remaining overs, finishing unbeaten with 20 and 12 respectively, their efforts were unfortunately not enough to save their team from a 47-run defeat as the SCA President’s XI could only manage 101 for seven in reply to Mashonaland West’s total.

Cremer, Masike and Chingwara each took two wickets, while Madziva had a single scalp.

The two sides will meet again tomorrow, this time in a 50-over match, at the same venue.

Adam Chifo is coaching Mashonaland West, while provincial board chairman Paul Mungofa is leading the team on tour.

ZIMBABWE CRICKET 21 APRIL 2017

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by Mueddie28 » Sat Apr 22, 2017 12:22 am

zimfan1 wrote:
Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:37 pm
MASHONALAND WEST BEAT SINGAPORE SIDE IN TOUR OPENER

Mashonaland West – 148-6 in 20 overs (Malcolm Waller 72, Trevor Chibvongodze 20, Tarisai Mahlunge 19; Janak Prakash 2/39, Dharmichand Mulewa 1/17)
SCA President’s XI – 101-7 in 20 overs (Anish Paraam 27, Aalap Asurlekar 20*, Chetan Suryawanshi 16; Graeme Cremer 2/10, Tadana Masike 2/15, Tafara Chingwara 2/15)

Mashonaland West won by 47 runs

******************************************************************

Malcolm Waller smashed an imposing half-century that powered Mashonaland West to a 47-run win over the Singapore Cricket Association (SCA) President’s XI in a Twenty20 match played today in the Malaysian state of Johor.

Mashonaland West are in Malaysia where they are scheduled to play three T20 matches and four 50-over matches against the Singapore side.

The Zimbabwe provincial side will also face a Johor team in another 50-over match.

The tour got underway today with the T20 match against the SCA President’s XI played at the Johor Cricket Academy Oval.

After winning the toss and opting to bat first, Mashonaland West only had six runs on the board when Tinotenda Mawoyo, one of the senior Zimbabwe internationals touring with the provincial side, was dismissed without scoring after facing three balls.

His opening partner, Tarisai Mahlunge, went on to chalk up a 20-run partnership with Takudzwa Kaitano before the latter fell in the fifth over for 17 off 18 balls, a knock that included one six and a single four; 26 for two.

That brought in the experienced Waller to the crease who quickly asserted himself on the game as he and Mahlunge, who turned 29 today, added 28 before the birthday boy was trapped lbw by Anish Paraam in the 12th over; 54 for three.

He scored 19, including two boundaries, off the 25 deliveries he faced.

Just after the team hundred came up in the 17th over, Trevor Chibvongodze was dismissed having managed a run-a-ball 20 – his partnership with Waller had yielded a massive 46 runs.

Nyasha Mayawo came in with his intentions obvious, carting one over the rope and smacking another one to the boundary before he was run out having scored 12 off the four balls he faced; 120 for five.

With two overs remaining, Waller went for the kill, plundering 24 runs off nine deliveries before he was caught off the very last ball of the innings as he unsuccessfully sought to sign off with a maximum.

With his impressive 72-run knock, which came off 47 deliveries and included nine fours and two sixes, Waller had done enough to put his team in control of the match as they finished on 148 for six.

Graeme Cremer remained unbeaten, scoring three runs from as many balls, while Neville Madziva, Richard Muzhange, Tadana Masike and Tafara Chingwara did not get a chance to bat.

Janak Prakash was the Singapore side’s most successful bowler with two wickets, while there were one each for Paraam, Aalap Asurlekar and Dharmichand Mulewa.
Great job zimfan1 for the report...Why not make a thread on the MASH West all-stars

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Re: Logan Cup: Tuskers v Eagles & Rhinos v Manicas

Post by cricket_22001 » Sat Apr 22, 2017 3:37 am

Here's a cut & paste of M'shangwe's career courtesy of Cricketarchive. These stats do not include his career best performance in the victory over MWR.


First-class Bowling in Each Season by Natsai M'shangwe
Season Balls Mdns Runs Wkts BB Ave 5wI 10wM
2008-09 (Zimbabwe) 672 22 336 14 4-40 24.00 0 0
2009-10 (Zimbabwe) 546 18 278 10 3-45 27.80 0 0
2010 (Netherlands) 257 3 145 4 3-47 36.25 0 0
2010-11 (Zimbabwe) 2126 77 1103 39 5-21 28.28 1 0
2011-12 (Zimbabwe) 1204 42 608 18 5-110 33.77 1 0
2012-13 (Zimbabwe) 813 13 566 25 4-11 22.64 0 0
2013 (Zimbabwe) 137 2 77 3 3-43 25.66 0 0
2013-14 (Zimbabwe) 553 29 246 12 5-39 20.50 1 0
2014 (Zimbabwe) 64 1 28 5 4-20 5.60 0 0
2014-15 (Bangladesh) 790 16 435 7 4-82 62.14 0 0
2014-15 (Zimbabwe) 1150 30 648 25 5-50 25.92 1 0
2015-16 (Zimbabwe) 1146 21 768 17 3-20 45.17 0 0
2016 (Zimbabwe) 168 3 144 3 3-144 48.00 0 0
2016-17 (Zimbabwe) 471 13 265 10 3-20 26.50 0 0


And for each team:


First-class Bowling For Each Team by Natsai M'shangwe
Team Balls Mdns Runs Wkts BB Ave 5wI 10wM
Easterns 672 22 336 14 4-40 24.00 0 0
Mountaineers 6989 222 3821 142 5-21 26.90 4 0
Zimbabwe 790 16 435 7 4-82 62.14 0 0
Zimbabwe A 1043 19 704 19 4-20 37.05 0 0
Zimbabwe Select XI 137 2 77 3 3-43 25.66 0 0
Zimbabwe XI 466 9 274 7 3-47 39.14 0 0

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