Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

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Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by CrimsonAvenger » Mon Dec 03, 2018 5:51 am


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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by TapsC » Mon Dec 03, 2018 7:55 am

Looks like Mumba is playing for the Rhinos. Vusi Sibanda and Waller too.

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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by jaybro » Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:42 am

No Burl or Jongwe 🙁
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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by zimfan1 » Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:51 am

jaybro wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:42 am
No Burl or Jongwe 🙁
jaybro wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:42 am
No Burl or Jongwe 🙁
Jongwe has a finger injury.

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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by CrimsonAvenger » Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:10 am

Burl, Jarvis and Hamilton the biggest names missing from this round of action. Guessing Chatara is yet to fully recover.

Good to see Musakanda captaining the Rhinos. Would have also liked to evaluate the leadership skills of Moor, but unfortunately both playing for the same team.

Chigumbura is still around. I know Waller at least adds depth at this level, but what exactly does Chigs bring to the table on the domestic scene?

By the way, whatever happened to Nathan Waller?

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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by jaybro » Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:37 am

Cremer missing as well !!!

Same old shit, these guys really don’t help themselves sometimes

Good to see Ervine playing, although I wonder if he would be lining up if he was coming off a big tour of Bangladesh
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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by Train Driver » Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:23 am

jaybro wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:37 am
Cremer missing as well !!!

Same old shit, these guys really don’t help themselves sometimes

Good to see Ervine playing, although I wonder if he would be lining up if he was coming off a big tour of Bangladesh
Is Cremer actually fit yet?

From a Rhino point of view it's great to see Mumba and Musakanda back, not so sure about Sibanda though, if he's the old Sibanda then the scoreboard should get plenty of use but should a 35 year old be taking the place of a future player when there are so few matches being played, if Taylor, Jarvis, Cremer and Mavuta are going to get some Rhino time then it spells bad news for 'fringe' players like Chapungu, Kaitano, Chingwara and Maruma

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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by Conant » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:26 am

Musakanda making mincemeat of the Mountaineers attack. Currently on 83 at an unbelievably high strike rate of 72. Good for him, need him to perform sooner or later.

Nyauchi playing as well, and 3 wickets already he surely has potential.

The most relevant thing right now is that the domestic season has started on time. There is improvements, certainly, just as they are in the country despite evident difficulties but people just down wanna see it.

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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by Andybligzz » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:51 am

Any cricket is good cricket , anyone know why Burl is not playing ? Stoked for musakanda , he is someone we really need to click , has all the shots and talent . Just need him to figure out how to play the long innings .
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Re: Logan Cup 2018: R1: Eagles v Tuskers & Mountaineers v Rhinos

Post by Googly » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:53 am

Tari captain ahead of Moor shows they’re determined for him to be Zim captain at some point, even if he’s not quite succeeding. But for sure he’s a talented guy.

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