[Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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Promising batters Jongwe and Munyonga are both on 51 not out, lets see what happens :lol:

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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Right, Munyonga decides to provide more ammunition to Zimdoggy.
Jongwe has defied him though.

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Plus nenhunzi

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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Atleast Jongwe did't get out after getting his fifty.

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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So 2 out of 5 people who crosed half century today fell to the "half century syndrome". Not even 50% :)

Garwe is retiring at the end of this match apparently.

Campbell Junior is slowly growing into this by the looks of it. Been involved in a couple of run outs along the way in today's knock. That would also make his father proud. Campbell and Taylor are the two most notorious run out candidates when it comes to Zimbabwe internationals (specially in running out well set partners)...

Looks like this is the end of the road for Masakadzas. Shingi has lost his bowling significantly by the looks of it and is essentially playing as a lower order slogger and Wellington is struggling to make any impact.

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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4 wicket hauls for Shumba and Mashinge. Pretty expensive one for Shumba though.

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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73* for Campbell Jnr and 4 wickets, well done.
Not good enough for Zimbabwe National colours, though

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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Is shumba a dark horse for the Bangladesh one dayers?

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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If he has a few more good days like that he’ll get a shot. Only in Zimbabwe. I haven’t seen him for a while, perhaps he’s a late bloomer. I’m not being facetious (is that the right word?), he has the pedigree. What will be interesting is what will happen to Makoni Jr next season.
Not that we need proof that this is a family business, but we’ll see it once again.

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Re: [Match Thread] Logan Cup (Rangers V Tuskers and Eagles v Mountaineers)

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I was talking about Campbell above.
The big talk of going with two young guys is unlikely, they certainly won’t play them at the same time.
Wesley has shown that he’s a talented chap with the bat, and he should get the nod ahead of Shumba.
If they don’t give him a shot soon we will never know if he was good enough to offer that bit extra because he will become just another ordinary Zim player if he is forced to languish in our FC without any opportunities.

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