Mutiti’s last dance

The 30-year old told Standard Sport that he will be playing his last season.
By Sports Reporter Apr. 21, 2024

Eagles captain pleads for quality game time

Durham bullied every opposition, winning the Cup on their debut tournament with a 213-run humbling of the country's finest franchise, The Eagles.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 14, 2024

Ngarava inspires Goromonzi community

Ngarava, renowned for his pace and swing bowling skills, decided to return to humble beginnings and offer his expertise to the struggling cricket club, hoping to inspire the next generation.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 14, 2024

Junior cricket extravaganza begins

ASCA has made arrangements for live streaming of matches on social media platforms, allowing fans and enthusiasts to follow the action from anywhere in the world.
By Austin Karonga Mar. 27, 2024

Chevrons through to Games’ semis

Zimbabwe women, powered by bowler Francisca Chipare, defended six runs off the final to force a tie and took the gold after winning the Super Over bowled by Chipare.
By Austin Karonga Mar. 19, 2024

Mutiti New York bound

Mutiti has described the invitation to speak at the Youth Entrepreneur Summit as an honour which will unlock opportunities for the Marondera-based cricket academy.
By Sports Reporter Mar. 17, 2024

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