Zimbabweans in the UK/Europe Club Cricket (2022)

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Donald
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Surrey lost most of their players to the hundred. Gave 4 players Liat A debuts because of this
Great start from Welch but want to see him against tougher opposition

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You'll take a County hundred any way it comes. :lol:

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Schadendorf with 15 before getting run out. Hope to see something better from him later on

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I know this is a bit off topic, but have noticed that Byrom, Muyeye, Muzarabani and Raza have nominated for the BBL draft.

Doubt any of them will get picked up as it's quite a huge field of nominations.

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Hey you have to be in it to win it. That's what I tell myself when I buy a Euro lotto twice a week. Lotto is for people who can't do maths, by the way!
Muyeye just needs one good T20 innings and he'll get a shot somewhere.

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Not creating a new thread for this. 4 more Zimbabweans have registered in the BBL draft. Burl, Mpofu, Ngarava and Chigumbura.

The others are still playing. I get it, but Elton? The man is kidding himself?

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You gotta be in it to win it. Thsts what I tell myself when I drop 10 quid a week on lotto tickets for the last 10 years :lol:

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Wonder what is going on with Dane? His two year contract is up thus summer. Has not scored a run this year.

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He got back to back hundreds in County Two's. There may be a third hundred in there somewhere as well? Has kept well and has shown promise with the bat. Plus he's young, you get some grace if you're young, plus they need him as a reserve keeper. He's filled out, will be able to hit a long ball.
I doubt he has anything to worry about.

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Thought I'd update on how Zimbabweans have done in the UK this summer;

Remembrance Nyathi - 692 runs at 49.43, and 20 wickets at 22.05
Tinashe Chimbambo - 951 run at 95.10, and 8 wickets at 24.38
Brian Mudzinganyama - 916 runs at 43.62, and 22 wickets at 36.86
Prince Masvaure - 486 runs at 28.59, and 53 wickets at 9.58
William Mashinge - 934 runs at 51.89, and 33 wickets at 21.30
Tino Mutombodzi - 604 runs at 60.40, and 29 wickets at 16.28
Kudzai Maunze - 937 runs, at 55.12, and 18 wickets at 23.44
Carl Mumba - 897 runs at 52.76, and 32 wickets at 25.47
Steven Saul - 549 runs at 34.31
Rogan Wolhuter - 825 runs at 41.25
Connor Mitchell - 627 runs at 26.13, and 55 wickets at 22.95
Brandon Diplock - 550 runs at 28.95, and 61 wickets at 17.59

Did I miss anyone?

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