BEFORE the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup 2015 began, it would have been hard to imagine a scenario in which anyone involved with Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) could have found anything to be pleased about with winning just one out of six games in the group stage. And it is very, very disappointing.
A disagreement with Zimbabwe’s former coach left Sean Williams on the verge of retiring from international cricket, now he’s shaping as a key figure as the team look to repeat Ireland’s upset win over the West Indies.
It’s often hard to tell between Sean Williams and Craig Ervine. Both are lean, tall, white, left-hand batsmen who bowl a bit of part-time spin.
Before serious preparation for this World Cup had even begun, Sean Williams knew it would be a watershed tournament for him.
The team, currently ranked 10th in the one-day internationals (ODIs), will be led by Elton Chigumbura this year.
Matabeleland Tuskers beat MidWest Rhinos by an innings and 95 runs in the Logan Cup match at Kwekwe Sports Club yesterday.
DAVID Coltart has questioned Zimbabwe Cricket’s decision to drop all rounder Sean Williams from the squad to tour Bangladesh with the former sports minister even alleging racism in the selection process.
Sean Williams, Zimbabwe’s top run-scorer in the ongoing one-day international (ODI) series against South Africa, has pleaded with his top order to take greater responsibility and put higher prices on their wickets.
THE NATIONAL cricket team middle order batsman Sean Williams says he finally received his dues from Bangladesh club Brothers’ Union yesterday after having been left stranded in a Dhaka hotel after his club failed to pay the accommodation costs on time.