Under 25s Regionals

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Under 25s Regionals

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https://cricheroes.com/scorecard/994697 ... /scorecard

Wes scored 60 today, Chris Masike 74, Rodney Mupfudza 76.

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So a few questions here which, hopefully, our men on the ground can answer.

What's the deal with Frost? I thought he'd thrown his lot in with Ireland. If he hasn't, then that's an interesting factor. I rate this guy and he bowls decent little medium pace.

Is Alex Falao still somebody who could realistically play internationally. At that Under 19 World Cup a couple of years ago, he looked skinny but nippy. Is he somebody to target?

Where tf has Matt Campbell come from and who is he? Obviously I know the family connection, but can he play?

Great to see Ryan Kamwemba in the mix and succeeding. He looked decent in that world cup from the little I saw of him, in terms of his technique and time on the ball.

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Also, why have I never heard of Masike before

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Also, I had no idea Brandon James was the son of Wayne

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sloandog wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2024 8:46 pm
Also, I had no idea Brandon James was the son of Wayne
You’re probably the last to know on that one. Lol.
It was first pointed out here when he filled in for a Logan team years ago as a teen.
Plus you can always assume with the white population so small that sharing a surname is a relative.
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Alastair frost going very nicely today. Madhevere had a score too

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Mavuta in southern u25 squad :?

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Marshmallow wrote:
Tue Feb 20, 2024 9:17 am
Mavuta in southern u25 squad :?
I guess like Wes, he is allowed to participate in “high performance” programmes

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The high-performance program is used to select a team that will represent Zimbabwe at the upcoming 2024 All Africa Games which will be hosted by Ghana early next month. This year’s games will be the first to feature cricket.
Not going to be the national side then. Wonder if they will be official T20is

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zimfan1 wrote:
Tue Feb 20, 2024 6:39 pm
The high-performance program is used to select a team that will represent Zimbabwe at the upcoming 2024 All Africa Games which will be hosted by Ghana early next month. This year’s games will be the first to feature cricket.
Not going to be the national side then. Wonder if they will be official T20is
I thought I read that Namibia will be sending their full strength side. Zimbabwe woman are doing that, I think they sense a likely gold medal.

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