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Zimbabwe Test Cricketer Trevor Madondo who was single at the time of his death was attacked by a severe bout of malaria at the end of the previous month.

Trevor Madondo – The Youngest Test Cricketer Died

One of Zimbabwe’s most promising black cricketers Trevor Nyasha Madondo died at Parirenyatwa Hospital in the capital Harare on the morning of June 11, 2001, at the age of 24. Trevor Madondo who was single at the time of...
Grant Flower – Zimbabwe World Class Batsman

Grant Flower – Zimbabwe World Class Batsman

Zimbabwe now holds a good reputation at the International level. The players are getting world-class recognition with the progress of the game. Grant Flower was the most accomplished batsman of Zimbabwe who has written his name in the history...
Left Handed Andy Flower was low-profile, in search of recognition and driven by passion. The Zimbabweans commit themselves to their country and the flag.

Andy Flower – Zimbabwe First Superstar Batsman

The cricket player is not an actor on a stage, merely a personality to be lost in the creation of a poet's brain or a playwright's mind; he is himself the poet and the playwright. - A.E. Knight, The Complete...
Rashid Latif's new-look side succeeded in four nations Cherry Blossoms Sharjah Cup 2003 capturing the hearts and minds of the Pakistani people

Blast From Past – New Look Pakistan Won the Sharjah Cup 2003

Rashid Latif's new-look side succeeded in four nations Cherry Blossoms Sharjah Cup 2003 capturing the hearts and minds of the Pakistani people on the night of April 10 after a comprehensive eight wickets win over Zimbabwe in the final...

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Ian Botham – England’s Greatest Ever all-Rounders

Ian Botham was an aggressive batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler. Ian Botham was simply magnificent at the cricket headquarters Lord’s Test match of 1978...

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