Tafara Mupariwa joins bro in Oz

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jaybro
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Tafara Mupariwa joins bro in Oz

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While Mukuhlani and his gang of thieves are busy patting themselves on the back for ‘saving cricket’ another young prospect walks straight out the door.

He might not be as highly regarded as some but Tafara Mupariwa is a young wicket keeper batsman and there aren’t many young batsman coming through, so to lose him is a blow.

He’ll join his brother Tawanda in Oz, good life choice, I wonder how many other young talents will be ‘missing’ from this hears’ Domestic season???
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Tsiga is in Aus as well. They are just getting some experience and will be back.

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zimfan1 wrote:
Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:13 am
Tsiga is in Aus as well. They are just getting some experience and will be back.
Isn’t the domestic season about to kick off??
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Yeah, any idea about the domestic season? Although not sure what to look forward to. At least it just gives an idea of who is still around...

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Maybe Zimbabwe National squad can tour Australia and play against ex-Zimbabwe squad
Then Tour UK and organize matches with Former or Zimbabwe born players playing in UK...
Just a thought

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