Logan cup (24-27 march)

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Zimco wrote:
Fri Mar 26, 2021 7:45 am
Roy Kaia had a good 2019 in the UK club cricket as well. He is worth a go and hasn't been given a fair go by ZC. Imagine getting selected once never getting a chance due to rain and then dropped.
It wasn't even rain if I remember correctly. It was the floodlights going off in the Pakistani stadium. Bad luck doesn't strike any worse than this.

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Re: Logan cup (24-27 march)

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Is nick welch still around the zimbabwe for logan cup matches

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Isn't he injured

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Re: Logan cup (24-27 march)

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Chingwara looks good. He's tall and he's bowling good lines and lengths. His FC record is decent too. Too bad he's 33 already. Made his FC debut in 2017.

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Re: Logan cup (24-27 march)

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CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Fri Mar 26, 2021 7:51 am
Zimco wrote:
Fri Mar 26, 2021 7:45 am
Roy Kaia had a good 2019 in the UK club cricket as well. He is worth a go and hasn't been given a fair go by ZC. Imagine getting selected once never getting a chance due to rain and then dropped.
It wasn't even rain if I remember correctly. It was the floodlights going off in the Pakistani stadium. Bad luck doesn't strike any worse than this.
word was that he was supposed to have had a look when india came but kaia and whatmore had an exchange of words and that was it

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kudet wrote:
Fri Mar 26, 2021 9:38 am
word was that he was supposed to have had a look when india came but kaia and whatmore had an exchange of words and that was it
Oh wow! Coaches continue to mess with what is best for the team's cause. We also know the episode between Nyauchi and Ntini that clearly set back Nyauchi's international career by a couple of years.

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Re: Logan cup (24-27 march)

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Maruma doing very well. Reminds me a little of Graham hick. Plundered the guys at domestic level but could not make the step up.

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Re: Logan cup (24-27 march)

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Great work by the Rocks after the Logan Cup restarted. Clinical approach, nearing another win.

Is Chisoro intentionally avoiding giving the ball to Roy Kaia, given that he could be a potential competitor for national team selection? :)

Maruma has exploded in the other match, possibly trying to get a result out of it for the Goats. Myers with another 50.

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100 for Myers! Excellent!

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Jesus, this is brilliant. Dion Myers scoring a hundred just before a test series! Could this be any better in terms of timing?

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