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What a win by Ireland - on the ODI Super League board!

What is the ideal format for cricket world cup so the Associate nations and Zimbabwe cricket can grow?
May I please post a cricket request ?
Tour of Australia is Zimbabwe ready.

We look to encourage and inform Zimbabwe Cricket supporters all over the world and be a forum for them to air their views about our cricket team.

By The People For The People; Providing Zimbabwe cricket fans information and news about their team as well as allowing them to discuss and share ideas on our cricket on a club, domestic and international level.

Operating as usual

13/09/2021

A blow for the country. Wish you the best mate. What are your memories for Brendon Taylor?

A blow for the country. Wish you the best mate. What are your memories for Brendon Taylor?

12/09/2021

Our Boys to face Ireland tomorrow in the third ODI.

Our Boys to face Ireland tomorrow in the third ODI.

08/09/2021

Emphatic victory by the lads. A team contribution overall as we win our first ODI against Ireland. Zim win by 38 runs.

Zim. 266/7 (50 overs)
Ireland. 228 (48.4/50 ov)

Sikandar Raza Man of the Match

Emphatic victory by the lads. A team contribution overall as we win our first ODI against Ireland. Zim win by 38 runs.

Zim. 266/7 (50 overs)
Ireland. 228 (48.4/50 ov)

Sikandar Raza Man of the Match

04/09/2021

Well done lads. What do you think we can improve on?

Well done lads. What do you think we can improve on?

04/09/2021

Well done Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe win by 5 runs. Good bowling from the lads.
Zimbabwe 124/4 in 20 overs
Ireland 119 all out

Well done Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe win by 5 runs. Good bowling from the lads.
Zimbabwe 124/4 in 20 overs
Ireland 119 all out

[09/04/21]   Can Zim defend 9.
Ireland need 9 runs in the last over with one wicket

[08/27/21]   Ngarava you beauty!!!
1 Wicket, a run out and 2 runs in the last over❤️

Zim win by 3 wins to beat Ireland in the first T20 match.
Zimbabwe. 117/7
Ireland. 114/9.

Well done Chevrons!!!

[08/27/21]   INNINGS BREAK
1st T20I, Dublin, Aug 27 2021, Zimbabwe tour of Ireland and Scotland

ZIM (20 ov)
117/7

IRE
Ireland chose to field. CRR: 5.85

[08/24/21]   ROY KAIA SUSPENDED FOR ILLEGAL BOWLING

Roy Kaia found to have illegal action, suspended from bowling in international cricket

He can apply for a reassessment after modifying his bowling action, in accordance with ICC regulations

An independent assessment has found Zimbabwe allrounder Roy Kaia's bowling action to be illegal, and he has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect. He can, however, bowl in domestic cricket with the consent of Zimbabwe Cricket. He can also apply for a reassessment after modifying his bowling action, in accordance with ICC regulations.
"Kaia's international suspension will also be recognised and enforced by all National Cricket Federations for domestic cricket events played in their own jurisdiction," an ICC release said. "However, according to Article 11.5 of the Regulations and with the consent of Zimbabwe Cricket, Kaia may be able to bowl in domestic cricket events played under their auspices."
Offspinner Kaia's bowling action was reported last month during the one-off Test against Bangladesh in Harare. He had bowled a combined 23 overs in the match without picking up a wicket. With the bat, he had bagged a pair in Zimbabwe's 220-run loss.
The ICC release said an expert panel had reviewed the footage of Kaia's bowling action because "assessment at an ICC accredited centre was not possible due to various restrictions resulting from Covid-19". It added: "The panel concluded that his deliveries exceeding the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations and his bowling action was illegal."
Kaia, 29, first played for Zimbabwe in an ODI in Pakistan in 2015, when he was picked more for his batting abilities. That remains his only appearance in while-ball cricket for the country. He made his Test debut earlier this year, also against Pakistan, and has played two more Tests since then.
Since the Bangladesh Test in Harare last month, Kaia has played three competitive games - two one-dayers and one T20 - while representing Zimbabwe Emerging Players against Namibia Eagles. He went wicketless in all three games and managed scores of 6, 14 and 11.

Timeline Photos 23/08/2021

Williams and Taylor are back for the Ireland series scheduled to begin on Friday 27 August.

Williams and Taylor are back for the Ireland series scheduled to begin on Friday 27 August.

[08/20/21]   Zimbabwe to host Women's ODI World Cup qualifier

Top three secure qualification for 2022 WC in New Zealand, while fourth and fifth make it to next edition of ICC Women's Championship

The Women's ODI World Cup Qualifier 2021, that will decide the final three spots for the 2022 World Cup, will be held in Zimbabwe later this year. The ICC announced that the ten-team tournament will be played between November 21 and December 5 in Harare.
The qualifiers were originally meant to be hosted by Sri Lanka in July 2020, but the Covid-19 pandemic forced the postponement of the tournament, as well as the main event in New Zealand.
The ten teams, vying for the three World Cup spots, will include Pakistan, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Ireland - and the five regional qualifiers who won their respective competitions in 2019.
Hosts Zimbabwe are the Africa regional qualifiers, Thailand are from Asia, Papua New Guinea represent Asia East-Pacific, Netherlands are the European winners and United States of America will play as Americas champions.
While the top three make it to the eight-team ODI World Cup in March-April 2022, the next two teams from the competition will also secure their places in the next ICC Women's Championship.
The next cycle of the ICC Women's Championship will expand from eight teams to ten, thus freeing up five places. The other five spots will be taken by the automatic qualifiers of the ODI World Cup - Australia, England, India, South Africa and New Zealand - on the back of their top-five finish in the previous ICC Women's Championship.
"I wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the ICC board for their magnanimous gesture in allowing us the privilege of hosting the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2021," Zimbabwe Cricket's Tavengwa Mukuhlani said.
"On our part, we will leave no stone unturned to ensure this prestigious global event stands out as a unique event that celebrates Zimbabwe in all its magnificent splendour, richness, vibrancy, diversity and glory. I believe being granted the right to host this tournament is a vote of confidence in what we as ZC are doing and what we are hoping to do.
"You can rest assured we will not disappoint. We will not disappoint the nation of Zimbabwe and we will not disappoint the game of cricket."

07/07/2021

Go go Zim

Go go Zim

[04/25/21]   Come on Taylor. Take this home
Zim 103-2
14 overs
Zim need 64 runs in 39 balls. RRR:9.84

23/04/2021

Can Zimbabwe build on today’s stellar win against Pakistan and maintain the winning form? Well done Team Biscuit!!! Our Batting performance needs to support the Bowling unit.

Can Zimbabwe build on today’s stellar win against Pakistan and maintain the winning form? Well done Team Biscuit!!! Our Batting performance needs to support the Bowling unit.

18/04/2021

The Chevrons

The Chevrons

18/04/2021

Let’s rally behind our boys for the upcoming series against Pakistan.

Let’s rally behind our boys for the upcoming series against Pakistan.

15/04/2021

Babar Azam now the number one ranked ODI player. Congratulations Pakistan

Babar Azam now the number one ranked ODI player. Congratulations Pakistan

15/04/2021

Which IPL Team are you supporting

Which IPL Team are you supporting

15/04/2021

How Heath Streak was lured by a corruptor, and caught by the ICC investigators

Details of the former Zimbabwe captain's dalliance with corruptor Deepak Agarwal

Agarwal told Streak that he could "earn some good money" for setting up a T20 league in Zimbabwe ICC
Heath Streak and Deepak Agarwal started chatting on the pretext of organising a T20 league in Zimbabwe, in September 2017. Streak, the iconic former Zimbabwe captain, was the head coach of the national team at the time, and Agarwal, simply a Delhi-based businessman. Agarwal wasn't yet banned (for two years) by the ICC's anti-corruption unit from participating in any cricket-related activities - that wouldn't be till April 2020, after details of his key role in the Shakib Al Hasan corruption breaches emerged.

Agarwal initiated the chats, mainly over WhatsApp, contacting Streak on his personal phone number and email account. Agarwal told Streak that he could "earn some good money" for setting up the T20 league.

The ICC anti-corruption unit's verdict on Streak, released by the governing body on Wednesday, reveals telling details of the investigation, including that of Agarwal telling Streak that he was "involved in betting on cricket". Agarwal also asked Streak for details of his bank account "outside" Zimbabwe, which Streak provided readily. "Mr Streak also made it clear in these discussions that he wanted to establish a T20 League in Zimbabwe and was passionate about furthering cricket in Zimbabwe," the ICC's investigation said.

Streak's past as Bangladesh coach exploited

Streak and Agarwal's relationship began with those T20-league discussions, and would last 15 months until the ACU busted it in December 2018. During this period, Streak served as a coach in Zimbabwe, at the IPL, at the Afghanistan Premier League (APL). But Agarwal also made use of Streak's contacts in Bangladesh, where he had served as the head coach between 2014-16. And it was the 2017 Bangladesh Premier League, where Agarwal used Streak as a conduit to get inside information on and from active players for the first time.

"In relation to the 2017 edition of the Bangladesh Premier League, Mr X [later confirmed to be Agarwal] asked Mr Streak to provide him with any links, namely team captains, or owners or players, in the BPL, saying they could earn good money as a result which they could invest in a T20 event in Zimbabwe," the ICC's investigation found. "It appeared that Mr X wanted Mr Streak to provide him with contacts of players, team owners etc. who Mr X could then approach for Inside Information, such as which team would win a match, in upcoming matches."

'Mr X', who gave bitcoins to Streak, is Deepak Agarwal
Despite him not being involved in the BPL, the players in question trusted Streak, who had formed and maintained strong one-on-one relationships with many of the Bangladesh players. Streak, the ICC said, provided details of "three players in the BPL (including the details of a national captain), in circumstances where he knew or should have known that Mr X may use these details to contact these players and request Inside Information from them for him to use for betting purposes." Streak "actually contacted" two of the players himself to "vouch" for Agarwal.

ESPNcricinfo understands that one of these players - the national captain - was Shakib, who in 2019 had been slapped with a two-year ban (one year suspended) for failing to report three approaches from Agarwal.

In November 2017, during the BPL, Agarwal contacted Shakib for the first time. Shakib was representing the Dhaka Dynamites at the time.

While releasing details of the Shakib investigation in 2019, the ICC had pointed out that Agarwal had received the player's contact details from a person who was close to Shakib. This, the ICC investigation eventually established, was Streak.

In January 2018, when Shakib was playing in the tri-series involving Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Agarwal sent him a message asking "do we work in this or I wait til the IPL", by which he meant getting "inside information".

On April 26 that year, during the IPL, Agarwal contacted Shakib, who was then playing for the Sunrisers Hyderabad. It was on the day on which the Sunrisers were playing the Kings XI Punjab in Hyderabad. As well as insider information, Agarwal also broached the topic of crypto-currency and dollar accounts from Shakib, prompting the cricketer to ask the corruptor to meet him in person for the first time.

Shakib failed to report all of this initially before eventually admitting to the charges levelled by the ACU.

Crypto-currency as payment

While it could not be established if that meeting did indeed take place, in Streak's case the meeting with Agarwal did take place. One of these occasions was in India in 2018 during a personal trip Streak took with his wife. It is understood that it was after this meeting that Streak received the two bitcoins and the phone (a present to his wife) - he did not disclose these details to the authorities until the ACU questioned him.

This is the first time the ACU has come across a corruptor using crypto-currency as a mode of payment. It appears that Agarwal transferred the bitcoins as payment against future coaching assignments for Streak.

As for the expensive phone, it was gifted to Streak during the 2018 Afghanistan Premier League where he had "facilitated the introduction of Mr X to one player and attempted to facilitate the introduction of Mr X to another player". Agarwal also asked Streak to help him with procuring "inside information" at the APL.

How Streak was nailed

In 2017, a young cricketer from an economically disadvantaged background (from a full-member country), reported an approach from Agarwal to the ACU. It was while conducting that investigation that the ACU became aware of a long-term relationship between Streak and Agarwal. The ACU team analysed the phone interactions and unearthed evidence of the relationship between the two, and used that as the basis to formulate the five broad charges to nail Streak.

One of the charges was that both Streak and Agarwal had scripted their responses to cover for the other before the cricketer was scheduled to meet the ACU team in January 2019. Streak and Agarwal exchanged "a series of WhatsApp messages".

"Mr Streak has admitted that he and Mr X effectively discussed what Mr Streak should say in the interviews to ensure that they both told the same story (a story which on occasions was not true) and consequently he has admitted that his conduct in so doing could be construed as misleading or obstructing the ACU's investigation. Mr Streak also sought clarification from Mr X over the interview process and what Mr X had told the ACU on certain matters," the ICC said.

Confronted with the evidence against him, Streak eventually cracked. "Mr Streak has admitted that, at the instruction of Mr X, he deleted these messages from his phone before he attended the ACU interview, as well as deleting Mr X's phone number from his phone."

How Heath Streak was lured by a corruptor, and caught by the ICC investigators

Details of the former Zimbabwe captain's dalliance with corruptor Deepak Agarwal

Agarwal told Streak that he could "earn some good money" for setting up a T20 league in Zimbabwe ICC
Heath Streak and Deepak Agarwal started chatting on the pretext of organising a T20 league in Zimbabwe, in September 2017. Streak, the iconic former Zimbabwe captain, was the head coach of the national team at the time, and Agarwal, simply a Delhi-based businessman. Agarwal wasn't yet banned (for two years) by the ICC's anti-corruption unit from participating in any cricket-related activities - that wouldn't be till April 2020, after details of his key role in the Shakib Al Hasan corruption breaches emerged.

Agarwal initiated the chats, mainly over WhatsApp, contacting Streak on his personal phone number and email account. Agarwal told Streak that he could "earn some good money" for setting up the T20 league.

The ICC anti-corruption unit's verdict on Streak, released by the governing body on Wednesday, reveals telling details of the investigation, including that of Agarwal telling Streak that he was "involved in betting on cricket". Agarwal also asked Streak for details of his bank account "outside" Zimbabwe, which Streak provided readily. "Mr Streak also made it clear in these discussions that he wanted to establish a T20 League in Zimbabwe and was passionate about furthering cricket in Zimbabwe," the ICC's investigation said.

Streak's past as Bangladesh coach exploited

Streak and Agarwal's relationship began with those T20-league discussions, and would last 15 months until the ACU busted it in December 2018. During this period, Streak served as a coach in Zimbabwe, at the IPL, at the Afghanistan Premier League (APL). But Agarwal also made use of Streak's contacts in Bangladesh, where he had served as the head coach between 2014-16. And it was the 2017 Bangladesh Premier League, where Agarwal used Streak as a conduit to get inside information on and from active players for the first time.

"In relation to the 2017 edition of the Bangladesh Premier League, Mr X [later confirmed to be Agarwal] asked Mr Streak to provide him with any links, namely team captains, or owners or players, in the BPL, saying they could earn good money as a result which they could invest in a T20 event in Zimbabwe," the ICC's investigation found. "It appeared that Mr X wanted Mr Streak to provide him with contacts of players, team owners etc. who Mr X could then approach for Inside Information, such as which team would win a match, in upcoming matches."

'Mr X', who gave bitcoins to Streak, is Deepak Agarwal
Despite him not being involved in the BPL, the players in question trusted Streak, who had formed and maintained strong one-on-one relationships with many of the Bangladesh players. Streak, the ICC said, provided details of "three players in the BPL (including the details of a national captain), in circumstances where he knew or should have known that Mr X may use these details to contact these players and request Inside Information from them for him to use for betting purposes." Streak "actually contacted" two of the players himself to "vouch" for Agarwal.

ESPNcricinfo understands that one of these players - the national captain - was Shakib, who in 2019 had been slapped with a two-year ban (one year suspended) for failing to report three approaches from Agarwal.

In November 2017, during the BPL, Agarwal contacted Shakib for the first time. Shakib was representing the Dhaka Dynamites at the time.

While releasing details of the Shakib investigation in 2019, the ICC had pointed out that Agarwal had received the player's contact details from a person who was close to Shakib. This, the ICC investigation eventually established, was Streak.

In January 2018, when Shakib was playing in the tri-series involving Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Agarwal sent him a message asking "do we work in this or I wait til the IPL", by which he meant getting "inside information".

On April 26 that year, during the IPL, Agarwal contacted Shakib, who was then playing for the Sunrisers Hyderabad. It was on the day on which the Sunrisers were playing the Kings XI Punjab in Hyderabad. As well as insider information, Agarwal also broached the topic of crypto-currency and dollar accounts from Shakib, prompting the cricketer to ask the corruptor to meet him in person for the first time.

Shakib failed to report all of this initially before eventually admitting to the charges levelled by the ACU.

Crypto-currency as payment

While it could not be established if that meeting did indeed take place, in Streak's case the meeting with Agarwal did take place. One of these occasions was in India in 2018 during a personal trip Streak took with his wife. It is understood that it was after this meeting that Streak received the two bitcoins and the phone (a present to his wife) - he did not disclose these details to the authorities until the ACU questioned him.

This is the first time the ACU has come across a corruptor using crypto-currency as a mode of payment. It appears that Agarwal transferred the bitcoins as payment against future coaching assignments for Streak.

As for the expensive phone, it was gifted to Streak during the 2018 Afghanistan Premier League where he had "facilitated the introduction of Mr X to one player and attempted to facilitate the introduction of Mr X to another player". Agarwal also asked Streak to help him with procuring "inside information" at the APL.

How Streak was nailed

In 2017, a young cricketer from an economically disadvantaged background (from a full-member country), reported an approach from Agarwal to the ACU. It was while conducting that investigation that the ACU became aware of a long-term relationship between Streak and Agarwal. The ACU team analysed the phone interactions and unearthed evidence of the relationship between the two, and used that as the basis to formulate the five broad charges to nail Streak.

One of the charges was that both Streak and Agarwal had scripted their responses to cover for the other before the cricketer was scheduled to meet the ACU team in January 2019. Streak and Agarwal exchanged "a series of WhatsApp messages".

"Mr Streak has admitted that he and Mr X effectively discussed what Mr Streak should say in the interviews to ensure that they both told the same story (a story which on occasions was not true) and consequently he has admitted that his conduct in so doing could be construed as misleading or obstructing the ACU's investigation. Mr Streak also sought clarification from Mr X over the interview process and what Mr X had told the ACU on certain matters," the ICC said.

Confronted with the evidence against him, Streak eventually cracked. "Mr Streak has admitted that, at the instruction of Mr X, he deleted these messages from his phone before he attended the ACU interview, as well as deleting Mr X's phone number from his phone."

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