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ZC spoils ‘golden girls’

The Lady Chevrons emerged inaugural winners of gold medals, with cricket making its debut at the games when they broke South African hearts with a super over win.
By Sports Writer Mar. 15, 2024

ZC rewards ‘Golden Girls’ with US$80 000 bonus

The money will be shared between the victorious team’s players and technical staff members.
By Boitumelo Makhurane Mar. 14, 2024

A time to reclaim lost pride

Before that, they had failed to qualify for the 50 over World Cup after hosting the qualifiers.
By Newsday Mar. 13, 2024

Bennett, Gwandu set for African Games

The second three-day match between Zimbabwe A and Durham gets underway this morning at Takashinga Cricket Club in Highfield.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 27, 2024

ZC hunt for national team coaches

The former Test skipper admitted he had lost the team's dressing room, prompting him to throw in the towel.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 12, 2024

Banned Mavuta apologises.

Mavuta, a former U19 captain says he regrets his actions and has since apologised for his misdemeanours.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 8, 2024

India visit thrills ZC

Zimbabwe failed to qualify for the T20 World Cup, where Associate sides Namibia and Uganda took the two slots that were up for grabs in the Africa Region.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 7, 2024

Cricket to debut at Accra Games

Mangongo, a cricket development genius who takes no prisoners, has been with the team since last month after returning from abroad.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 6, 2024

Lady Chevrons dine at Kuimba Shiri

He explained the different scenarios where several birds end up at Kuimba Shiri. 
By Austin Karonga Jan. 30, 2024