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Flakeman wrote:
Fri Aug 18, 2017 6:42 am
Please may nobody feel bad for Shingi. He's the opposite to Hami, who is a likable guy. Shingi thinks he owns cricket in this country, he's the kingpin at Mountaineers and has more pull than the coaches. He is a proper ZANU fool and doesn't know what manners are.
Maybe this is it, he has polarised people.
I don't think Shingi is a star, but without politics he would have played more games but clearly he's turned the people who matters off him
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Re: Zimbabwe Bowling Talent Stocks

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ZIMDOGGY wrote:
Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:20 pm
Flakeman wrote:
Fri Aug 18, 2017 6:42 am
Please may nobody feel bad for Shingi. He's the opposite to Hami, who is a likable guy. Shingi thinks he owns cricket in this country, he's the kingpin at Mountaineers and has more pull than the coaches. He is a proper ZANU fool and doesn't know what manners are.
Maybe this is it, he has polarised people.
I don't think Shingi is a star, but without politics he would have played more games but clearly he's turned the people who matters off him
Then you wonder why I question the value of Tristan and Liam Brickhill.

At least tristan always tries to get the match squads out early, but real journalism around Zimbabwe Cricket is something that they simply don't do properly.

Look at how Mickey Arthur-Umar Akmal is being covered for Pakistan.

In Zim the local journos are ridiculed, but the resourced ones who are supposed to be better don't do besides that odd negative article once or twice a year. Same applies to Firdose. At times it's almost like she's got hands tied behind her back when it comes to reporting SA cricket properly. All her news are 2nd hand with more experienced reporters having covered such "scandals" in local papers.

NB: We still don't know if that ZC loan was paid by the ICC as promised. Are Bvute and Chingoka's bank still milking that interest :?:

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Real journalism can't exist in Zimbabwe. Freedom of press in the country is almost non-existent.
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eugene wrote:
Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:52 pm
Real journalism can't exist in Zimbabwe. Freedom of press in the country is almost non-existent.
Sports journalism too?

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To a large degree I think sports journalism is limited. If one makes any accusations against certain well-connected individuals you are likely to disappear for a couple of days. Even Dean du Plessis got a visit from some government thugs once.
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The local journos have written some really embarrassing stuff and we've actually pointed it out on the forum. It's one thing to be 'limited' by politics when writing articles but there's really no excuse for getting simple things wrong.
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Re: Zimbabwe Bowling Talent Stocks

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pariah wrote:
Thu Aug 17, 2017 12:59 pm
ONE DAY INTERNATIONALS (30 years of age and under)

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PLAYER				AGE	MAT	WKTS	AVE	ECON	SR	4W	5W
Richard Ngarava			20	6	8	34.25	5.95	34.5	0	0*
Carl Mumba			22	2	0	0	6.48	0	0	0*
Luke Jongwe			23	22	25	30.36	5.27	34.5	0	1
Wellington Masakadza		24	10	15	25.06	4.26	35.2	1	0
Neville Madziva			26	12	20	25.95	5.98	26.0	1	0
Tendai Chatara			27	41	55	33.18	5.19	38.3	0	0
Tendai Chisoro			29	12	13	26.38	4.03	39.2	0	0
Donald Tiripano			30	15	14	31.92	5.59	34.2	0	0*

TWENTY20 INTERNATIONALS (30 years of age and under)

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PLAYER				AGE	MAT	WKTS	AVE	ECON	SR	4W	5W
Luke Jongwe			23	8	7	30.36	9.89	18.2	0	0
Wellington Masakadza		24	7	8	24.62	7.88	18.7	1	0
Neville Madziva			26	9	8	34.87	8.95	23.3	1	0
Tendai Chatara			27	11	11	28.0	7.7	21.8	0	0
Tendai Chisoro			29	7	10	17.30	6.17	16.8	0	0
Donald Tiripano			30	8	10	21.8	7.6	17.2	0	0*

TESTS (any age)

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PLAYER				AGE	MAT	WKTS	AVE	ECON	SR	4W	5W
Carl Mumba			22	2	8	37.25	3.82	58.3	1	0*
Tendai Chatara			27	7	20	29.25	2.42	72.3	0	1
Donald Tiripano			30	6	10	51.0	2.96	103.2	0	0*
Shingi Masakadza		31	16	25	32.18	2.92	66.0	2	0
Graeme Cremer			31	16	46	47.80	3.82	74.9	4	1*
Tinashe Panyangara		32	9	31	26.22	2.58	60.9	0	1
Chris Mpofu			32	12	25	48.84	3.49	83.8	2	0*

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FORMAT				AGE	MAT	WKTS	AVE	ECON	SR	4W	5W
ODI				29	24	27	45.22	6.01	45.0	0	0
T20I				29	9	10	27	8.39	19.3	0	0
TESTS				29	8	30	31.73	3.64	52.3	2	2

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CHATARA http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/ ... 25639.html
SHINGI http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/ ... 43529.html
CREMER http://www.espncricinfo.com/tri-nation- ... 55346.html
PANYANGARA http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/ ... 55705.html
JONGWE http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/ ... 41224.html
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MUMBA http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/ ... 72775.html
TIRIPANO http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/ ... 92945.html
MPOFU http://www.espncricinfo.com/zimbabwe/co ... 55633.html
Mumba seems to be the best prospect with Jongwe gone

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What has actually happened to Jongwe?

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Googly wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:18 pm
What has actually happened to Jongwe?
Played in the UK for Bovey Tracy (Somerset) in the summer. Imagine he will be back with the Tuskers this season.

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zimfan1 wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 3:27 pm
Googly wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:18 pm
What has actually happened to Jongwe?
Played in the UK for Bovey Tracy (Somerset) in the summer. Imagine he will be back with the Tuskers this season.
Tweeted today about being excited for the Logan Cup season with Tuskers.

Guess he didn’t end up going to Oz, in one way it’s a shame as he’s still young and a season or two could have done wonders to his game.
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