Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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Re: Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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jaybro wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:41 am
Scorecards

Game 1 v Takashinga U23s

http://www.ugcricket.com/Uganda/viewSco ... lubId=5335

Game 2 v Old Hararians

http://www.ugcricket.com/Uganda/viewSco ... lubId=5335

Ervine & Raza amongst the runs, Raza & Cephas of all people leading wicket takers

Game 3 v Takashinga

http://www.ugcricket.com/Uganda/viewSco ... lubId=5335
These scorecards right here show why we can’t promote ‘new bloods’.

Only Craig and Raza in the 33 people listed from Zimbabwe played to close to required standard against Uganda.
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Re: Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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That game 3 lineup does look more like a Zim a xi

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Re: Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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i have a question and who is footing for all the costs for this tour.. is it the zc coffers or takashinga.. my inner gut tells me zc could be footing all expenses..

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kudet wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 2:55 pm
i have a question and who is footing for all the costs for this tour.. is it the zc coffers or takashinga.. my inner gut tells me zc could be footing all expenses..
The costs of hosting these matches would be much cheaper than hosting even a T20 international series
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Maybe some reciprocity after Takashinga toured there?
Many of those guys are not Takashinga players so you know it’s not Takashinga paying for it. Its guaranteed to be ZC, but they’ve given Takashinga the money to host.
ZC supposedly don’t have any money from ICC yet so when Mukhulani was claiming he’d paid for something or other out of his own pocket we can now take that statement with a bag of salt :lol:
The rains will hopefully arrive in a week or so, just in time for the start of our FC, as I stated. Nothing will change here, if anything it’s about to get worse.
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Re: Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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To be fair, the Innocent One had a good game with the bat as well in match 3.

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Re: Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe U19s lineup

Milton Shumba
Gareth Chirau
Dion Myers
Dane Schadendorff
Luke Oldknow
Tadiwa Marumani
Rameez Ebrahim
Privledge Chesa
Brighton Chupungu
Tadiwa Nyangani
Spencer Magodo

We know a few of those names but can anyone fill us in for the rest ??
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Re: Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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Oldknow is supposed to be a damn good batter. Left handed and solid from what I’ve heard from sources on the ground

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Re: Uganda Tour of Zimbabwe

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Who is rameez ebrahim? Got a 50 for the under 19s. Myers scored 23

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