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Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby brmtaylor.com admin » Wed May 28, 2008 7:54 am

The first 2 results:

Centrals v Southerns at Harare - May 27, 2008
Centrals won by 7 runs

Northerns (Zimbabwe) v Westerns at Harare - May 27, 2008
Westerns won by 95 runs

Northerns have rested their top players (Taylor, Price, Chigumbura) to give the non-international players a go. Graeme Cremer, the pick of the bowlers, is captain.
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby jimbo » Wed May 28, 2008 8:26 am

Nice to see keegan meth back playing domestically again!! :)
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby BABAR SHAH » Thu May 29, 2008 5:00 pm

jimbo wrote:Nice to see keegan meth back playing domestically again!! :)

i think they might have offered him a central contract thats why he came from europe well hopefully he play well in the up coming games. :P
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby maehara » Fri May 30, 2008 8:27 am

2nd Round Results;

Easterns v Southerns
Zimbabwe Cricket Academy, Harare, 28 May 2008

Southerns 164 (43.1 overs; Machiri 53, S Masakadza 4/21)
Easterns 139 (34.1 overs; Mutizwa 49, Matanga 3/10)
Southerns win by 25 runs

Northerns v Centrals
Harare Sports Club, 28 May 2008

Centrals 172 (49.2 overs; Waller 54, Price 3/24)
Northerns 174/7 (46.5 overs; Cremer 54*, Mugochi 2/37)
Northerns win by 3 wickets

3rd Round is today (30th May).
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby andy24 » Fri May 30, 2008 11:58 am

little masakadza doin well again in the series so far. 4/21 pretty good figures.
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby maehara » Fri May 30, 2008 2:38 pm

andy24 wrote:little masakadza doin well again in the series so far. 4/21 pretty good figures.

Still early days for him yet, but he's made a very promising start and could well turn out to be a better cricketer than his big brother. Good bowler, and not too bad with a bat either if the Logan Cup was anything to go by.

If Zim Provinces are playing in the SAA Provincial competitions this year, that'll be a good stage for us to really see what he's made of.
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby jimbo » Fri May 30, 2008 3:52 pm

Taibu comes back from the indian premier league to play for northerns against southerns and its a good start for him with 38 runs. What a good player for the younger members of the northerns team like masvaure and chakvabha to be around. H ereally is a great player taibu and im glad he's around now for other players to learn from
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby brmtaylor.com admin » Sat May 31, 2008 4:47 am

3rd round. This is a joke. One team all out for 74, the other 90... :roll: Old Malvernians could have strung together a better total :roll:

Faithwear Series
Northerns vs Southerns
Nthns (2/76, T Taibu 38, T Chimbambo 18, R Chakabva 10*, T Chisoro 1/9) def. Sthns (10/74, I Chinyoka 17, C Chibhabha 13, T Hove 10, T Garwe 3/19)

Faithwear Series
Easterns vs Westerns
Estns (1/92, S Matsikenyeri 51*, C Mpofu 1/52) def. Wstns (10/90, K Dabengwa 26, S Musoso 3/21)


It appears Tinashe Hove is back as well: http://www.brmtaylor.com/news-72.html
Good news, he is a skillful player.
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby maehara » Mon Jun 02, 2008 12:32 pm

Round 4 (1st June):

Easterns won by 79 runs (D/L method)
Centrals 237/6 (50 ov); Easterns 197/2 (31.1/31.1 ov)

Westerns won by 6 runs
Westerns 151 (44.5 ov); Southerns 145 (47.2 ov)
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Re: Series thread: Faithwear series

Postby maehara » Tue Jun 03, 2008 1:03 pm

And the final round...

Centrals v Westerns: Zimbabwe Cricket Academy, Harare, 2 June 2008
Westerns 104 (30.2 overs; Dabengwa 20, Mire 4/22)
Centrals 105/6 (36.4 overs; Mire 42, Meth 3/12)
Centrals win by 4 wickets

Northerns v Easterns: Harare Sports Club, 2 June 2008
Easterns 249/9 (50 overs; Matsikenyeri 55, Cremer 3/47)
Northerns 157 (39.4 overs; Zhuwawo 41, Steady Musoso 3/14)
Easterns win by 92 runs

Easterns retain the title.
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